Series: Graduate Events
Location: Bowen Hall Room 222
Date/Time: Friday, September 13, 2013, 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
MAE Research Day begins with lectures by four MAE Graduate students on their present research. All first year students should attend. This is a good opportunity for you to see what faculty and graduate students are working on and to gather information about a potential advisor.
1:30 pm Fluids: Dan Quinn: Swimming at the Bottom of the Pool
1:50 pm Materials Frederik Brasz: Tilting of Liquid Jets in Laser-Induced Forward Transfer at High Repetition Rates
2:10 pm Dynamics & Controls: Paul Reverdy: Human-in-the-Loop Control Systems: A framework for Human-Machine Search
2:30 pm Applied Physics; Sébastien Philippe: Nuclear Archaeology for Gaseous Diffusion Enrichment Plants
2:50 pm Combustion: Fujia Wu: Ignition, Propagation and Acceleration of Expanding Flames
It is followed by a Welcome Back Barbeque in the EQuad Courtyard at 3:30.