Date: October 31, 2019
Location: Engineering Science Building (ESB) 2001
Professor Neitzel will provide a brief overview of research and graduate programs in Mechanical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University. He will discuss research areas including:
- Robotics (me.jhu.edu/robotics)
- Systems, modeling, and control (me.jhu.edu/research/systems)
- Mechanical engineering in biology and medicine (me.jhu.edu/research/mechanical-engineering-in-biology-and-medicine)
- Micro/nanoscale science and engineering (me.jhu.edu/research/micronanoscale-science-and-engineering)
- Mechanics and materials (me.jhu.edu/research/mechanics-and-materials)
- Fluid mechanics and thermal processs (me.jhu.edu/fluid-mechanics-and-thermal-processes)
- Energy and the environment (me.jhu.edu/research/energy-and-the-environment)
A questions and answer session will follow the presentation.
Refreshments will be provided!