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Fall 2016 Seminar Series

Dr. David Cappelleri

Purdue University

Multi-Scale Robotics and Automation

August 30th, 2016

Dr. Mohammad Kiani

Temple University

The Long and Winding Road to Tissue on a Chip September 6th, 2016

Dr. Dennice Gayme

Johns Hopkins University

The Restricted Nonlinear System: A Minimal Model for Self-sustaining Turbulence in Wall Bounded Shear Flows

September 13th, 2016

Dr. Jorge Ramos Grez

Pontificia Universidad Cathólica De Chile

Laser Materials Processing and Manufacturing Research at the Mechanical and Metallurgical Engineering Department - PUC Chile: Phenomenological and Numerical Approaches

September 27th, 2016

Dr. Jack Edwards

North Carolina State University

Large-Eddy/ Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes Simulations of Scramjet Combustor Flowfields October 4th, 2016

Dr. Kenneth Brentner

Pennsylvania State University

Helicopter Noise Prediction and the Challenges of Noise Abatement

October 11th, 2016

Dr. Elisabeth Guazzelli

Aix-Marseille University

Midwest Mechanics Seminar Series

Falling Clouds of Particles October 26th, 2016

Dr. Bevely McKeon

California Institute of Technology

Midwest Mechanics Seminar Series

Systems Analysis of Wall Turbulence: Characterizing Natural and Synthetic Self-Sustaining Processes November 2nd, 2016

Dr. Wei Chen

Northwestern University

Design of Emerging Engineered Materials System November 8th, 2016

Dr. Miltiadis Papalexandris

Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL)

Solid-fluid Mixtures: Fundamentals and Emerging Ideas for their Continuum Modeling

November 17th, 2016

Dr. Xiaowei Sherry Liu

University of Pennsylvania

Functional Adaptation of the Maternal Skeleton to Reproduction and Lactation November 22nd, 2016

Dr. Alexandre Tartakovsky

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Non-local Mesoscale Model for Multiphase Flow November 29th, 2016

Dr. Pawel Keblinski

Rensseleaer Polytechnic Institute

Evaporative Processes and Mass Accommodation Coefficient via Molecular Dynamics

December 6th, 2016