Please join us in welcoming Joseph M. Tucci, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EMC Corporation. He will be presenting Cloud Meets Big Data: An Insider’s Look at the Information Technology Industry, the first of the Distinguished Lecture Series: Leadership in Technology. Named one of the World’s Best CEOs by Barron’s in 2011 and 2012, Tucci has been EMC’s Chairman since January 2006 and CEO since January 2001. Hear how the technology mega trends of social media, mobile devices, big data and cloud computing are reshaping business.
Joint Materials/Solid Mechanics Seminar Series:“Convoluted Thermal/Spatial Statistics and Scale Effects in Nanoindentation Plasticity” Bio: Yanfei Gao is currently an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Tennessee, and a Joint Faculty in Materials Science and Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His research group focuses on modeling and simulation of plasticity at small length scales, thin-film growth, contact and friction, and constitutive behavior of amorphous alloys, among many others.
Visitors are invited to hear welcoming remarks from Dean Larry Larson followed by guided tours to observe a student design Make-a-Thon. This workshop will focus on design concepts and hands-on design, showcasing team-based, experiential learning. The theme of the design challenge will be: Brown Encapsulated - students will be challenged with re-imagining a ‘time capsule’. What could be created to capture small representations of Brown culture and society now to revisit in the future?
Rajat Mittal Professor of Mechanical Engineering Whiting School of Engineering The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD Multiphysics Modeling of Cardiac Flows: from Heart Murmurs to Ventricular Thrombogenesis The heart is first and foremost a flow pump and the design of a healthy heart ensures the smooth and efficient passage of blood through the cardiac chambers. Thus, fluid dynamics figures prominently in almost all analyses of cardiac biomechanics.
Dean in the Lobby Tuesdays, 4:30 p.m. -5:30 p.m. Barus & Holley Lobby Join Senior Associate Dean Rod Beresford every Tuesday during the academic year in the lobby of Barus & Holley for open office hours. He will discuss issues, answer questions, listen to suggestions or comments about the School of Engineering, engineering classes, labs, facilities, etc.
In this program we will review the resources and strategies necessary to find a summer internship. If you know what you are looking for or have no idea what you want to do, this program will help. We will also review the LINK program, funding for unpaid or low-paying internships. Part I of a 2 part series. Must be able to attend BOTH programs. Second event is on Tuesday, 10/28 from 4-5pm.
Minding the Gap: Research and Publishing in Translational Medicine Megan Frisk, Ph.D. Associate Editor, Science Translational Medicine The translational research path is a continuum, with steps ranging from basic biomedical research to clinical trials to commercialization. This path is not as smooth or as straight as often envisioned--it's really more of a network of research that works toward a common goal of improving patient health. Sometimes, translation also works in the reverse, where clinical problems feed back into preclinical or basic research.
The Superfund Research Program (SRP) Seminar Series is held on the first Friday of each month, 12:00-1:00pm, during the academic year. Topics include a wide range of topics relevant to the theme of our SRP such as environmental health, co-exposure, human health, engineering, land re-use, and community outreach issues.