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Autumn 2018 Graduate Seminar

Date Speaker Hosted by
Oct 2 Themis Sapsis
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Extreme events in complex dynamical systems: prediction and statistical quantification”
Steve Brunton
Oct 4 Ronald Miles
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Binghamton University
“The Nanophone: Sensing Sound with Nanoscale Spider Silk”
This lecture will be held in HUB 250
Steve Shen
Oct 9 Anant Madabhushi
Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University
“Prognostic and Predictive Radiomics and Pathomics: Implications for Precision Medicine”
Jon Liu
Oct 16 Kevin Carlberg
Sandia Labs
“Nonlinear reduced-order modeling: Using machine learning to enable extreme-scale simulations in fluid dynamics”
Steve Brunton
Oct 23 Rui Ni
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University
“Turbulent bubbly flows with strong two-phase couplings”
Alberto Aliseda
Oct 30 Alison Marsden
Associate Professor, Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering and Pediatric Cardiology
Stanford University
Alberto Aliseda
Nov 6 Boris Kramer
Postdoc, Mechanical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Nonlinear Model Reduction for Complex Systems”
Steve Brunton
Nov 13 Hari Shroff
Chief of the High Resolution Optical Imaging Section
NIH/NIBIB
“Biological Imaging at High Spatiotemporal Resolution”
Nate Sniadecki
Nov 20 Ashwin Dani
Associate Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Connecticut
“Human Robot Collaboration”
Santosh Devasia
Dec 4 Harri Kytomaa
VP & Principal Eng
Exponent
“Caution Hot! Understanding, preventing and investigating burn injuries”
Val Overlan