Title: "Swarms of Small Autonomous Floats for Tracking Ocean
Currents, Mimicking Larvae, and Sensing the Environment"
Speaker: Jules S. Jaffe, Marine Physical Lab, Scripps Inst. of
Title: Exploring the Principles of Biological Self-Assembly By Design
Speaker: Dr. Rebecca Schulman, UC Berkeley
Speaker: Anurag Tripathi, Fluid Mechanics Lab., Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
Title: Rheology and Segregation of Granular Mixtures
Speaker: Francois Charru, Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse
Title: Migration of sand dunes by fluid flows
The influence of confined geometries on the instability of jets and wakes.
Title: Active Gels and Cell Quakes: Exploring the non-equilibrium rheology and fluctuation spectrum of motor-driven polymer networks
Title: "Design of Uncertain Complex Systems: A Randomization Viewpoint"
Speaker: Roberto Tempo, IEIIT, Torino, Italy
Title: Visualization of Micro Flows in Some Applications of MicroelectronicsPackaging
Speaker: Jaeyong Sung, Department of Mechanical Engineering , Seoul National University of Science and Technology
Speaker: Lorenzo Fagiano
Title: High-altitude wind energy using controlled tethered wings
On September 28, 2010, The National Research Council (NRC) published its
long-awaited report evaluating over 5,000 doctoral programs in 62 fields
at 212 universities in the United States.
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