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CBE Fall Seminar Series: Alexander Dowling

1610 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI, United States

Alexander DowlingAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Chemical and Biomolecular EngineeringUniversity of Notre DameNotre Dame, IN Science-Based Data Analytics for Molecular-to-Systems Engineering Environmental and sustainability global challenges are “wickedly” complex. Identifying impactful solutions for these challenges often requires concerted research efforts that span molecular, material, device, systems, andinfrastructure length-scales and transcend disciplines. In this talk, we argue predictive...

UW Advanced Materials Industrial Consortium (AMIC) Seminar

You are invited to attend this hybrid seminar that highlights student/industry interactions, insightful talks given by an AMIC member, and networking. Participants can discuss about specific topics related to AMIC member company’s current research and hiring needs. This will be an interactive event with our director, Xiujuan (Jane) Zhang facilitating the speaker introduction and Q/A...

HFES Ice Cream Social

Babcock Dairy Store 1605 Linden Dr, Madison, WI, United States

HFES Ice Cream Social Go visit Babcock Dairy Store for a Human Factors and Ergonomics Society event! All are welcome and dues-paying members get a free scoop!

Fall INES Seminar Series: Xuan Zhang

Engineering Research Building, Room 106 1500 Engineering Dr., Madison, Wisconsin

Synchrotron High-energy X-ray Studies of Nuclear Structural Materials Dr. Xuan Zhang, Principal Materials Scientist, Nuclear Science and Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory Abstract: Synchrotron x-ray diffraction- and imaging-based techniques are ideal tools for probing the evolution of deformation microstructures at multiple length scales and for revealing the underlying deformation mechanisms in bulk irradiated materials in...

MS&E Seminar Series: Dr. Xavier Roy

Room 265 Materials Science and Engineering Building 1509 University Ave, Madison, Wisconsin

Dr. Xavier Roy
Columbia University
Multifunctional van der Waals Quantum Materials

Fundraiser: Raising Cane

Raising Cane's 579 State St., Madison

Join the UW-ISyE IISE Student Org for this annual social event and fundraiser. Mention "IISE" at the register to participate. See you there!

The Mechanics Seminar: Ying Li

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

Development of a Physics- and Chemistry-based Viscoelastomeric Constitutive Model Ying Li, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison Abstract: Elastomers consist of long polymer chains joined together by chemical bonds through cross-linkers. They are usually capable of recovering their original shapes after finite deformation due to covalent cross-linkages. During a loading-unloading process, energy...

Federated Data Analytics for the Internet of Federated Things (IoFT)

1163 Mechanical Engineering 1513 Engineering Dr., Madison, WI, United States

Room 1163 Mechanical Engineering A critical change is happening in today's Internet of Things (IoT). The computational power atthe edge device is steadily increasing. AI chips are rapidly infiltrating the market. Mobile phones'processing power is becoming comparable to laptops available for everyday use. Tesla's autopilot systemhas 150 million times more computing power than Apollo 11,...

WEMPEC Seminar Series – Milwaukee Electronics

1227 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI, United States

Clint Hanson, VP of Engineering, Milwaukee Electronics
Kamran Ramezani, Motor Designer
The Challenges of Designing a Good Motor All the Way to Manufacturing

Celebrating Women and Gender Diversity in Plasma Physics Seminar: Saskia Mordjick

1610 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI, United States

Plasma density as the main lever to controlling fusion reactors Saskia Mordjick, Associate Professor, College of William & Mary Abstract: Fusion energy promises to produce clean and safe electricity on a large scale, but it still faces some challenges.). The fusion gain in a tokamak is directly linked to the density of the plasma. However,...