Mechanical Engineering Department Spring 2003 Colloquium Series Mechanical Engineering Department Spring 2003 Colloquium Series


Unless otherwise noted seminars are held Wednesdays, 4:00-5:30 PM in room 224 of the Mechanical Engineering Center.  Refreshments served at 3:45 PM

 

JANUARY 29, 2003

DR. LEX SMITS
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
“Flapping Membranes for Energy Harvesting and Propulsion”

 

FEBRUARY 5, 2003

DR. ANDREAS ACRIVOS
Levich Institute, New York, NY
"Deterministic and Stochastic Properties of Sheared Suspensions. 
Latest Variations on a Theme by Albert Einstein"

 

FEBRUARY 7, 2003
(Friday) 11:30 AM

DR. DAVID WOOTTON
Drexel University
"Mechanochemical Thrombosis Models"

 

FEBRUARY 12, 2003

DR. SIOBHAN MATTHEWS
SCF Processing Ltd, Regional Development Center,
Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland
“The Application of Supercritical Fluid Technology to Materials Processing”

 

FEBRUARY 19, 2003

DR. ANTHONY RENSHAW
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, NY
“Nonlinear Modeling and Dynamic Stability of a
Uniformly Loaded Thin, Rotating, Circular Disk”

 

MARCH 5, 2003

DR. L-S FAN
Department of Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
“Real Time Three-Dimensional Tomography and the Discrete
Computations for Multiphase Flow Systems”

 

APRIL 2, 2003

DR. STUART B. SAVAGE
Department of Civil Engineering & Applied Mechanics, McGill University, Montreal, QC
“Effects of Pore-pressure Dissipation on Debris-flow Surges”

 

APRIL 9, 2003

DR. HAIM BAU
Department of Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics,
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
“Complex Interactions In Microfluidic Systems”

 

APRIL 16, 2003

DR. SUBRATA MUKHERJEE
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
“Error Analysis and Adaptivity in the Boundary Element and Related Methods”

 

NCE Cullimore Lecture

Joint seminar with the Department of Mathematics will be held at Cullimore Hall Lecture Room II
Joint seminar with the Departments of Mathematics and Chemical Engineering

For more information contact: Prof. Kwabena Narh 973-596-3353, kwabena.a.narh@njit.edu or Prof. Edward Dreizin 973-596-5751, dreyzin@njit.edu