Stanford Mechanics and Computation

Spring 2008 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'08-09

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Location
4/3 Anna Pandolfi
(signup)
Politecnico di Milano Three-Dimensional Modeling and Computational Analysis of the Human Cornea Bldg 300, room 300
4/17 Marino Arroyo
(signup)
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain Mechanics of two-dimensional media: carbon nanotubes and fluid membranes Bldg 300, room 300
4/24 Mary Boyce
(signup)
MIT ME Mechanics of Deformation-Triggered Pattern Transformations and Superelastic Behavior in Periodic Elastomeric Structures Bldg 300, room 300
5/1 *Farsh Guilak - BioX seminar Duke Biomedical Engineering and Orthopaedic Surgery mechanics of cartilage Clark Center Auditorium
5/8 Steve Senturia
(signup)
Polychromix/MIT EE Peanuts vs. Pyramids: Two Perspectives on MEMS Bldg 300, room 300
5/15 Pradeep Guduru
(signup)
Brown University Mechanics of Biologically Inspired Adhesion, Friction and Engineered Surfaces Bldg 300, room 300
5/22 Tarek Zohdi
(signup)
University of California Berkeley Multiphysical Particulate Systems Bldg 300, room 300
5/29 Joseph B. Keller
Timoshenko Lecture
Stanford University Emeritus Optimization Problems in Mechanics Bldg 300, room 300

PLEASE NOTE ROOM CHANGE FROM LAST QUARTER! SEMINAR IS NOW LOCATED IN BUILDING 300, ROOM 300.

  • attend all 6 seminars for ME395 credit, you may substitute any other seminar once to make up a missed session, email Prof. Pruitt 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. You may use the following link to add seminars and key academic dates to your google calendar.