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Fall INES Seminar Series: Dr. Laura Jamison

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

Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors Abstract: The Material Management and Minimization Program is focused on conversion of civilian research and test reactors using highly enriched uranium (HEU, ā‰„ 20% U-235) to low enriched uranium (LEU, <20% Uā€‘235) fuels. The RERTR Program is managed by the Office of Material Management and Minimization in the...

MS in Biomedical Engineering Info Session

1045 Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Drive, Madison

Learn about the three different MS programs offered in biomedical engineering. UW students can start any term ā€“ spring, summer or fall 2023. See the flyer for more information and to apply.

ME 903 Graduate Seminar: Virginia L. Ferguson

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

Speaker: Virginia L. Ferguson, University of Colorado Boulder Faculty host: Corinne Henak

MS&E Seminar Series: Dr. Ryan Hayward

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

Dr. Ryan Hayward
University of Colorado-Boulder
Driving deformation, assembly, and coupled motion of polymer composites with light

Interpretability, Robustness, and Fairness in Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics for Social Impact

Via Zoom WI

Zoom Motivated by problems in homeless services delivery, suicide prevention, and substance use prevention, we consider the problem of learning optimal interpretable, robust, and fair models in the form of decision-trees to assist with decision-making in socially sensitive, high-stakes settings. We propose new models and algorithms, showcase their flexibility, and theoretical and practical benefits, and...

The Mechanics Seminar: Saverio Spagnolie

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

Professor Saverio Spagnolie Abstract: Many microorganisms must navigate strange biological environments whose physics are unique and counter-intuitive, with wide-ranging consequences for evolutionary biology and human health. Mucus, for instance, behaves like both a fluid and an elastic solid. This can affect locomotion dramatically, which can be beneficial (e.g. for mammalian spermatozoa swimming through cervical fluid)...

BME Alumni Town Hall

Via Zoom WI

Join us on Zoom to hear about the state of the department from Peter Tong Department Chair Paul Campagnola and learn about what BME students and faculty are up to. Following Professor Campagnola, Assistant Professor Filiz Yesilkoy will talk about her latest research into novel biosensor technologies for next-generation diagnostics. There will be time for...

BME Seminar Series: Luis Solorio, PhD

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

Topic: Engineering the Metastatic Niche

IISE General Member Meeting

1227 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI

Room 1227 Engineering Hall ISyE's IISE student organization will be welcoming representatives from Milwaukee Tool at this meeting. PIzza will be served.

CBE Fall Seminar Series: Chad McGehee

1610 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI

Director of Meditation Training
Wisconsin Athletics
University of Wisconsin-Madison