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2011-12 MIME Seminars

Fri, June 8

MBI Seminar: Nano-engineered siRNA Based Therapy for Multiple Drug Resistant Cancer presented by Dr. Wassana Yantasee (OHSU School of Medicine). Noon–1 pm, Metolius Room at HP Bldg 11, Corvallis.

MIME Seminar: Developing a Low Cost Multi-Robot Autonomous Marine Surface Platform presented by Prasanna Velagapudi (Carnegie Mellon University). 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Thurs, May 17

MatSci Seminar: Convergent-beam electron diffraction - an overview of a misunderstood technique presented by Dr. John Mansfield (Univ of Michigan). 3–4 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Fri, May 11

MIME Seminar: Optimization of Robot Motor Control in Tasks with Contact presented by Dr. Tom Erez (University of Washington). 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Thurs, May 10

MatSci Seminar: The role of synthesis levers for control of phase, size and morphology in nanoscale transition metal pnictides: consequences for catalytic and magnetic properties presented by Dr. Stephanie Brock (Wayne State University). 3–4 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Mon, May 7

MBI Seminar: Progress on Coating Engineering of Nanosprings and Corresponding Applications presented by David McIlroy, Professor and Department Chair (Univ of Iowa). Noon–1 pm, Metolius Room at HP Bldg 11, Corvallis.

Mon, April 16

MatSci Seminar: Performance Limiting Imperfections in Silicon Carbide Based Transistors presented by Patrick Lenahan (Penn State). 4–4:50 pm, KEC 1001.

Fri, April 13

MIME Seminar: The Advantage of Random: Novel Carbon Fiber Material Forms presented by Dr. Paolo Feraboli (Director of the Automobile Lamborghini Advanced Composite Structures Lab at UW). 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Mon, April 9

Socratic Club Debate: Have Science and Technology Made God Irrelevant? presented by Dr. Ken Funk (IE) and Dr. Mark Walsh (Math). 7 pm, Gilfillan Auditorium.

Fri, April 6

EEM Candidate Seminar: Aluminum Production Using High-Temperature Solar Process Heat presented by Dr. Jean Murray (Center for Processes and Solar Energy). 1–2 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Tues, April 3

EEM Candidate Seminar: Microscale Sorption Technologies for Waste Heat Utilization and Carbon Capture presented by Matthew Determan (Georgia Institute of Technology). 1–2 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Wed, March 21

MBI Seminar: Commercialization Mindset for Researchers: How and why to drive research and innovation at the speed of business presented by Ravi Sinha. Noon, MBI HP Bldg 11 Metolius Conference Room.

Fri, March 16

MIME Cascades Campus EEM Candidate Seminar: "One of these things is like the other ones: A similarity measure for identifying analogies among a heterogeneous collection of design artifacts" presented by Kerry Poppa. 1 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

MIME Seminar: TBA presented by Dr. Barry Carter (UCONN). 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Thurs, March 15

Materials Science Seminar: Deconstructing structural transitions via thermal transport presented by Michael Zwolak from the OSU Dept of Physics. 3 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library). Contact Brady Gibbons for more information.

Tues, March 13

Marine Energy Forum: "Composites Materials for Marine Applications" presented by Dr. Roberto Albertani. Noon, Kearney 305. Email Cameron McNatt for more information.

MIME Cascades Campus EEM Candidate Seminar: "Clean, Efficient Energy: The Role of Fuels, Sensors, & Control Systems" presented by Christopher Hagen (Colorado State). 1 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Mon, March 12

MIME IE Candidate Seminar: "Remanufacturing Strategies for Stochastic End-of-Life Product Returns" presented by Xiaoning Jin, (Univ of Michigan). TBA, Covell 117 (MIME Library). Contact Phyllis Helvie for more information.

Thurs, March 8

MIME Guest Lecture: Low-k/Cu Metallization and Future Advanced Interconnect Technologies presented by Sean King (Intel). 10–11:20 am, Covell 218.

MIME Candidate Seminar: The Bed Manager’s Dilemma: A Dynamic Bed Assignment Problem presented by Dr. Jackie Griffin (Georgia Institute of Technology). 11 am–noon, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Mon, March 5

MIME Candidate Seminar: Algorithms and Optimization Models for Truckload Relay Network Design presented by Hector Vergara (University of Arkansas). 2 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Wed, Feb 22

MIME Candidate Seminar: Robotics and Virtual Reality as Tools to Study Human Motor Learning presented by Dr. Felix Huang (Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago). 11 am–noon, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Mon, Feb 20

MIME Candidate Seminar: Engineering Biomimicry in Mathematical Models of Fish Schooling presented by Dr. Nicole Abaid (Polytechnic Institute of New York). 11 am–noon, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Fri, Feb 17

MIME Seminar: System Level Design Optimization presented by Dr. Raju Mattikalli. 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Mon Feb 13

MIME Candidate Seminar: A Comparison of Alternative Propulsion Module Architectures for the International Space Station presented by Dr. Paul Componation (University of Alabama). 2 pm, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Fri, Feb 10

MIME Candidate Seminar: Geometric Mechanics and Optimal Coordinates for Locomotion presented by Dr. Ross Hatton (Carnegie Mellon). 11 am–noon, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Wed, Feb 8

MIME Candidate Seminar: Autonomous Decision Making for Robotic Information Gathering presented by Dr. Geoffrey Hollinger (USC). 11 am–noon, Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Fri, Feb 3

MIME Seminar: Capillary Fluidics in Space presented by Mark Weislogel (PSU). 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Thurs, Jan 19

MIME Seminar: Computational Approaches to Hypothesis Testing in Neuromuscular Systems presented by Francisco Valero Cuevas. 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Kidder 278.

Wed, Nov 9

IAB Professional Development Series: "New Product Commercialization" and "Corporate Entrepreneurship" presented by Jake VanderZanden, President of ICS and Senior Vice-President of New Product Development at Blount International. 6 pm, Dearborn 118. Pizza and drinks provided.

Mon, Nov 7

MIME Seminar: Reliable Numerical Methods for Large-Scale Game-Theoretic Market Systems Models of Engineering Design presented by Dr. W. Ross Morrow. 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Fri, Nov 4

MBI Workshop: Electrical / Electronic Connections for Computer Process Control presented by Steven Leith. Noon–2 pm, Metolius Room at the Hewlett-Packard campus building 11. Bring your lunch, dessert provided. Part 3 of 3.

Fri, Oct 28

MBI Workshop: Custom Made and Off-the-Shelf Parts Integration presented by Steven Leith. Noon–2 pm, Metolius Room at the Hewlett-Packard campus building 11. Bring your lunch, dessert provided. Part 2 of 3.

Mon, Oct 24

MIME Seminar: Configuring and Exploring the Foundry Tradespace presented by Dr. Michael Yukish. 2:30 pm snacks, 3–4 pm talk. Covell 117 (MIME Library).

Wed, Oct 19

IAB Professional Development Series: "How to Interview a Company" presented by LaMont Matthews, CH2M HILL employee #30. 6 pm, Dearborn 118. Pizza and drinks provided.

Mon, Oct 17

MBI Workshop: Macro to Micro: The Challenges of Micro-device Fabrication presented by Steven Leith. Noon–2 pm, Metolius Room at the Hewlett-Packard campus building 11. Bring your lunch, dessert provided. Part 1 of 3.

Wed, Oct 5

School of MIME IAB Professional Development Series: An Example of Manufacturing Engineering Roles in Test and Measurement presented by Vince Barghigiani of Tektronix Inc's Worldwide Operations. 6–7 pm, Dearborn 118.