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BME Seminar Series: Sarah Shelton, PhD

1003 (Tong Auditorium) Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI

Vasculature-on-chip models for studying metastasis and the tumor microenvironment Sarah Shelton, PhDPostdoctoral Research FellowMassachusetts Institute of Technology and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Microphysiological systems or “organ-on-chip” devices are three-dimensional models of...

MS&E Seminar Series: Dr. Caroline Ross

1003 (Tong Auditorium) Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI

Dr. Caroline Ross
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Magnetic insulators for spintronic, photonic and magnetoelectric devices

ECE Rising Stars Seminar: Dr. Vladimir Dvorkin

4610 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison

Join MIT Postdoctorate Fellow, Dr. Vladimir Dvorkin, when he presents Optimization and Learning in Energy Systems: Privacy and Performance

BME Seminar Series: Patrick Link, PhD

1003 (Tong Auditorium) Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI

Engineering cell/ECM interactions in lung disease Patrick Link, PhDPostdoctoral Research FellowDepartment of Physiology and Biomedical EngineeringMayo Clinic Abstract:Cell characteristics are regulated through a variety of mechanisms, such as cytokines, the...

ECE Rising Stars Seminar: Dr. Manish Singh

4610 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison

Join us as Postdoctoral Associate Manish Singh from the University of Minnesota presents Modeling and analysis of energy networks: System-theoretic solutions to fundamental challenges.

ME 903 Graduate Seminar: Mark Hersam

3M Auditorium, rm 1106 Mechanical Engineering Building 1513 University Ave, Madison

Speaker: Mark Hersam, Northwestern University Faculty host: Joseph Andrews

MS&E Seminar Series: Jacob Brunsberg

1003 (Tong Auditorium) Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI

Jacob Brunsberg
Sigma Additive Solutions

An autonomous transportation future: Perspectives on diverse users’ interactions with different types of automated vehicle systems

1163 Mechanical Engineering 1513 Engineering Dr., Madison, WI

The development of vehicles with high levels of autonomy and intelligence has become one of society’s most ambitious technological goals. Improved roadway safety for all and enhanced independence for individuals with limited mobility are often cited as anticipated benefits of autonomous vehicles (AVs). However, given the various types of automated vehicle systems and the complexities...

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MS&E Seminar Series: Dr. Ichiro Takeuchi

1003 (Tong Auditorium) Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI

Dr. Ichiro Takeuchi
University of Maryland
Autonomous Combinatorial Experimentation for Streamlined Materials Discovery

ME 903 Graduate Seminar: Sergio Pellegrino

3M Auditorium, rm 1106 Mechanical Engineering Building 1513 University Ave, Madison

Speaker: Sergio Pellegrino, Caltech Faculty host: Stephan Rudykh