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| 2/21 || Kit Parker <br> [[ Kit Parker  |(signup)]] || Harvard University ||  || EDUC128
 
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| 3/6 || Ralph Mueller <br> [[ Ralph Mueller  |(signup)]] || ETH Zurich  ||   || EDUC128
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| 3/6 || Ralph Mueller <br> [[ Ralph Mueller  |(signup)]] || ETH Zurich  || [[Structure function assessment in bone - from macro to nano]]  || EDUC128
 
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| 3/13 || Jonathan Howard <br> [[ Joe Howard  |(signup)]] ||  Max Plank Dresden ||  || EDUC128
 
| 3/13 || Jonathan Howard <br> [[ Joe Howard  |(signup)]] ||  Max Plank Dresden ||  || EDUC128

Revision as of 12:17, 7 February 2008

winter 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 Smith with their title, contact information, department, preferred meeting times and office location and she can confirm a timeslot for you.
Spring'08 Fall'08

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Location
1/10 Edin Sarajlic
(signup)
University of Tokyo Electrostatic Micromotors and Micromachining Methods for their Fabrication EDUC128
1/24 Wei Cai
(signup)
UNCC Numerical Methods of Electromagnetic Phenomena in Complex Inhomogeneous Systems EDUC128
2/7 Gerard Ateshian
(signup)
Columbia University Modeling Cell Mechanics with Continuum Theories EDUC128
2/21 Kit Parker
(signup)
Harvard University EDUC128
3/6 Ralph Mueller
(signup)
ETH Zurich Structure function assessment in bone - from macro to nano EDUC128
3/13 Jonathan Howard
(signup)
Max Plank Dresden EDUC128
  • 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.