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ECE All-student Welcome!

ECE Students! Join your peers, staff and faculty for food, fun and ECE swag. It's a great way to meet other ECE Badgers and kick off a fantastic year on...

UW-ISyE Welcome Picnic

Engineering Lawn 1415 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI, United States

Come to the UW-ISyE welcome picnic!

INFORMS kick-off meeting

3121 Mechanical Engineering 1513 Engineering Drive, Madison, WI, United States

All students are invited to the INFORMS student org. kick-off meeting.

System Engineering of a Complex Dynamic System

Mechanical Engineering alumnus Scott Ahlman (BSME'93) will return to share a series of seminars for the SAE automotive teams. Attend to learn from Ahlman's 29 years of professional experience. Special seminar dates: Scott Ahlman professional summary (PDF)

Seminar: The State of Responsible AI Today and Your Role in Shaping Tomorrow

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

Join Navrina Singh, CEO and Founder of Credo AI and University of Wisconsin-Madison alum (Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering), when she discusses the current Responsible AI landscape and your role in shaping a world where AI benefits all. This event is part of the David and Sarah Epstein Ethics in Engineering Distinguished Seminar Series....

BME Seminar Series: Dr. Gary Zabow

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

3-Dimensional micro- and nanofabrication for new biomedical imaging and sensing platforms Dr. Gary ZabowGroup Leader, Magnetic Imaging GroupProject Leader, Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contrast Agents and ProbesNational Institute of Standards and Technology Abstract:Today’s burgeoning micro- and nanofabrication technologies are impacting an ever-increasing number of research areas, including multiple across the biomedical fields. Most often, micro- and...

CBE Seminar Series: Claire Adjiman

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

The performance of chemical products and processes depends critically on the molecular scale interactions, and in the case of processes, on broader aspects of process design such as route selection, flowsheet structure, operating conditions. Thus, the development of better, more sustainable products and processes requires the exploration of a vast space of possible molecular and larger scale decisions.

In this talk, we explore how optimisation, electronic structure modelling and/or molecular-based group contribution methods can be combined to help identify promising design and accelerate experimental efforts.