Stanford Mechanics and Computation

Fall 2009-2010 ME395 Seminar Series

Please use the signup links if you would like to meet with a seminar speaker during their visit. MC Faculty can add themselves to a meeting time slot if they have an account or can email Shelley Cluff with their title, contact information, department, preferred meeting times and office location and she can confirm a timeslot for you.
Winter '09-10 Spring '09-10

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Location Host
9/24/09 Robert Asaro, Ph.D.
UC San Diego Prospects for Nanocrystalline Metals and Alloys Bldg 200 Room 205 Dave Barnett
10/08/09 YC Tai
CalTech Micro Neural Implants Bldg 200 Room 205 Beth Pruitt
10/15/09 Tomasz Wierzbicki
MIT DUCTILE FRACTURE: Theory, Model Identification and Industrial Applications Bldg 200 Room 205 Adrian Lew
11/05/09 Frank Sachse, Ph.D.
University of Utah Imaging and Modeling of Cardiac Cells and Tissues Bldg 200 Room 205 Ellen Kuhl
11/19/09 William Klug, Ph.D.
UCLA Structural Mechanics of Viral Shells: Stretching Continuum Models to Their Limits Bldg 200 Room 205 Ellen Kuhl
12/03/09 Brian Kirby, Ph.D.
Cornell University Microfluidic Devices for Cell Capture, Sorting, and Culture Bldg 200 Room 205 Beth Pruitt
  • attend six seminars for ME395 credit, you may substitute any other seminar once to make up a missed session, email Shelley Cluff a summary with name/title of the speaker and makeup seminar and the most interesting thing you learned there. Seminars marked with * are special seminars in different locations.