- Professor Emily A. Carter is the recipient of the 2015-16 Joseph O. Hirschfelder Prize in Theoretical Chemistry.Four Nobel Prize winners are among the honorees. She is the first female scientist and first professor at Princeton University to receive this prestigious honor.
- The University of Dayton has named Eric Spina the 19th president of the university and the second lay leader in its 165-year history.
June 1st MAE Seminar Speaker, Professor Dr. Stephan Herminghaus will present at 5:00 pm in Bowen Hall Rm 222.
Professor Dr. Stephan Herminghaus is a German physicist who will present "Dynamic Instabilities in microbial mats: fingerprints from early life forms".
Flow cytometry is one of the cornerstones of biomedical research and clinical diagnostics. With its ability to screen individual cells for multiple protein epitopes simultaneously and subsequently identify sub-populations of cells, flow cytometry has had a profound impact in a broad range of areas including immunology, cancer, and regenerative medicine.
March 23, 2015 Anca Dragan will present "Interaction as Manipulation" at 4 pm in Bowen Hall Room 222
The goal of my research is to enable robots to work with, around, and in support of people, autonomously producing behavior that reasons about both their function _and_ their interaction with humans. I aim to develop a formal understanding of interaction that leads to algorithms which are informed by mathematical models of how humans interact with robots, enabling generalization across robot morphologies and interaction modalities.