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Multi-paradigm Simulation and Decision Models for Planning and Control of Complex Systems

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

In this talk, we will discuss multi-paradigm simulations to support planning and control decisions. First, we will discuss a simulation-based planning and control (SPC) approach, where a fast-running simulation is used to evaluate decision alternatives at the planning stage, and the same simulation model (running in real-time) is used as a task generator to drive...

BME Seminar Series: Jessica Houston, PhD

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

Applications of fluorescence lifetime measurements in flow cytometry Jessica P. Houston, PhDProfessor, Chemical & Materials Engineering DepartmentNew Mexico State University Co-sponsored by Morgridge Institute for Research and the UW SPIE/Optica Chapter Abstract:Methods for high throughput single-cell analyses have become quite complex over the last decade with emerging technologies that advance the speed of imaging and...

CBE Seminar Series: Luke Roling

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

Luke RolingAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Chemical & Biological EngineeringIowa State University Enhancing Heterogeneous Catalysis by Manipulating Surface Structure:Guiding Design with First-Principles Calculations The performance of a heterogeneous catalyst has long been...

BME Seminar Series: Mahsa Dabagh, PhD

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

Quantitative studies for mechanobiology of cancer via data-driven in silico replication of human tissues Mahsa Dabagh, PhDAssistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering DepartmentUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Abstract:The in silico replication of patient-specific tissues has tremendous potential for screening to early diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer via facilitating the study of cellular and molecular mechanisms predisposing the progression...

A Chat With Alumni

Join the student chapter of SME for an informal online chat with two of our alumni.

ISyE Student BINGO Night

3127 Mechanical Engineering Madison

Join students and faculty members for BINGO night in ME 3127!

Free

MS&E Seminar Series: Dr. Eun Soo Park

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

Dr. Eun Soo Park
Seoul National University
Alloyed Pleasure: Multi-metallic cocktails

Breaking the Vicious Cycle with Community Corrections: Data-driven Analytics for Societal Benefits and Fairness

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

Recidivism -- a formerly incarcerated individual commits a new offense -- is one of the most challenging issues facing the modern criminal justice system. Notably, many recidivated individuals suffer from substance use disorder (SUD). Rather than receiving aid/treatment from their local communities, SUD sufferers are often criminalized and incarcerated for minor offenses. Incarceration-diversion programs have...

Information Session – Kearney

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

Info session with Kearney, a global management consulting firm. Hosted by IISE.

Meet Environmental Engineer Katie Richardson

The Environmental Engineering Club will host Professional Engineer Katie Richardson on April 10 in room 150 of 1410 Engineering Drive. This event is open to all students, and food will be provided. Katie will share insights from her work experience and an exciting new water supply program in Waukesha that she's working on. Katie has...