Stanford Mechanics and Computation

Fall 2010-2011 ME395 Seminar Series

Please use the signup links if you would like to meet with a seminar speaker during their visit. Faculty can add themselves to a 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.
Fall '10-11

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Location Host
09/30/10 Blaise Bourdin
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LSU Reservoir stimulation: an approach based on variational fracture 300-300 Adrian Lew
10/7/10 Carol Livermore, Ph.D.
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MIT High Power and High Energy Systems at Small Scales 300-300 Beth Pruitt
10/14/10 Rafael Grytz, Ph.D.
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Glaucoma and Computational Multi-Scale Modeling of the Human Eye 300-300 Peter Pinsky
10/21/10 Evan Reed, Ph.D.
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Stanford Extreme mechanics: Unraveling the high temperature and pressure dynamics of shock compressed materials 300-300 David Barnett
Note: Do Not
attend ME Reynolds seminar or another makeup*
11/11/10 Matteo Negri
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University of Pavia Analysis of crack propagation by the Principle of Local Symmetry 300-300 Adrian Lew
11/18/10 KC Park
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University of Colorado Paradigm Changes from Analytical to Data-Driven Engineering Modeling: Is It a Boon or Menace? 300-300 Charbel Farhat
  • 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.