This is the Spring 2004 MEMS department seminar listing. Seminars listed on Fridays are the required seminars for the M.S. and Ph.D. students registered for MECH 606 or MSCI 500/501. We will put additional seminars here as they are announced. Be sure to check back often for the next scheduled seminar.

All seminars are held in MEB 123 unless indicated elsewhere.

  • January 30 - Marc Meyers -
    Title: Growth, Structure and Mechanical Response of Abalone Shells

  • February 6 - Tony Mikos -
    Title: Tissue Engineering

  • February 13 - Dan Sorensen -
    Title: Projection Methods in Scientific Computing

  • February 20 - Millard Beatty -
    Title: The Mullins Effect in Rubberlike Materials

  • March 12 - Bennett Richard -
    Title: Acoustic Technology - A Viable Tool for the Oil & Gas Industry

  • March 19 - Frederic Raichlen -
    Title: The Role of Harbor Resonance in Port Operations

  • March 26 - Kamel Salama -
    Title: The Promise of MgB2 Superconductor for Electric Power Applications

  • April 2 - J. Edward Colgate -
    Title: Cobotics

  • April 16 - Thomas Pardoen -
    Title: Micromechanics-Based Modelling of Ductile Fracture in Metals

  • April 23 - George Chiu -
    Title: How to Make Pleasing Printouts Cheap and Fast -Disturbance Rejection in Electrophotography

  • May 10 - Peter McHugh -
    Title: Examples of Finite Element Modeling Applied to Medical Devices and Tissue


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