- Lex Smits will be the next Editor-in-Chief of the AIAA Journal. He will assume this leadership position on January 12, 2015. Congratulations Lex!
- Professor Emily Carter has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, which honors academic inventors whose inventions have made a tangible impact on society.
- After several years of creating these photographic prints, Mr. Button was curious about the underlying science of what was going on. Mr. Button typed "fluid mechanics" and "art" into Google. Up popped a list of search results that included Dr. Howard Stone.
The talk will describe the deeper understanding of the effects of strong fields on atomic and molecular physics made possible by his invention of high-power short-pulse X-ray lasers based on optical-field multiphoton ionization.
Prof. William Irvine will be presenting "The Life of a Vortex Knot: Linking Coiling and Twisting Across Scales" at 3:30 pm in Bowen Hall Rm 222
Prof. Hugh Herr will be giving a public talk on Tuesday, November 11th, “The New Era of Human 2.0 New Minds, New Bodies, New Identities”, at 6pm McCosh 50, and will be visiting the MAE Department on Wednesday, November 12th and will be presenting “A Data-Driven Neuromuscular Model of Walking and its Application to Prosthetic and Orthotic Control” at 3:30 pm in Friend Center 101