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ME Departmental Fall Seminar Series Begins


Each seminar will take place from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in 1504 GG Brown on the following days:

DateSpeakerInstitutionSeminar Title

9/20/2011Markus BuehlerMassachusetts Institute Technology 

From Atoms to Structures:How Spiders Turn Weakness into Strenghth

10/04/2011Curtis TaylorUniversity of Florida

Nanomanufacturing for Energy Efficient Products and Industrial Productivity

10/11/2011  Karim SabraGeorgia Tech

Using Ambient Noise for Passive Sensing and Imaging

10/25/2011Prashant PurohitUniversity of PennsylvaniaBrownian motion and elasticity in biological filaments and networks

11/01/2011Peter FriedmanFord Motor CompanyImplementation of Lightweight Materials in Automotive Applications 

11/08/2011Charles BrooksUniversity of MichiganMulti-scale Studies of Viral Capsid Dynamics and Mechanics

*11/10/2011Steve ElliotUniversity of SouthamptonFeedback Control of Vibration in Aircraft and in the Cochlea

11/29/2011Charles DoeringUniversity of MichiganOptimal Stirring for Passive Scalar Mixing

12/06/2011Li ShiUniversity of Texas – AustinThermal Transport and Thermoelectric Conversion in Nanostructured and Complex Materials

12/13/2011Alison MarsdenUniversity of California – San DiegoOptimization and Multiscale Modeling for Single Ventricle Heart Patients

* This is on Thursday and is a joint seminar with the Aero Department


For abstracts and more information, visit the ME Seminar Page.