Fall 2014-2015 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 Melanie Cole with their title, contact information, department, preferred meeting times and office location and she can confirm a timeslot for you.
|Sept 29, 2014|| Peter Pinsky
|Stanford University||Mechanisms of self-organization for the collagen fibril lattice in the human cornea||530-127||Wei Cai|
|Oct 13, 2014||Yanli Wang||Stanford University||Energy Flow in the Cochlea: Passive and Active Mechanisms||530-127||Wei Cai|
|Oct 20, 2014||Ovijit Chaudhuri||Stanford University||Beyond the Elastic Modulus: Investigating How Complex Mechanical Cues Regulate Biology||530-127||Wei Cai|
|Nov 17, 2014||Scott Delp||Stanford University||Biomechanical Simulations to Optimize Human Performance||530-127||Wei Cai|
|Nov 20, 2014||Paul Janmey||UPenn||Mechanical Signaling in Cells and Tissues||300-300||Beth Pruitt, Ovijit Chaudhuri|
|Dec 1, 2014||Tony Keaveny||UC Berkeley||The Micromechanics of Bone Strength and Osteoporosis||530-127||Wei Cai|
- attend six seminars for ME395 credit, you may substitute any other seminar once to make up a missed session, email Melanie Cole 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.