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Sep
26
Tue

The Factory: Hummingbirds

1:00 pm
Willis Library 138
Sep
26
Tue

Engineering Fair Prep

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Discovery Park Library
Sep
26
Tue

The Factory: Arduino

7:00 pm
Willis Library 138
Sep
27
Wed

CSA Movie: Despicable Me 3

1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Discovery Park Student Lounge
Sep
27
Wed

The Factory: Video Editing

6:30 pm
Willis Library 138
Sep
28
Thu

Walk-in Resume Reviews

2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Discovery Park Career Center; C111
Sep
28
Thu

The Factory: TinkerCAD

2:00 pm
Willis Library 138
Oct
2
Mon

The Factory: Tool Training/Authorization

7:00 pm
Willis Library 138
Oct
3
Tue

Engineering Resume Reviews

10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Discovery Park; In front of the Cafeteria
F A Kulacki

University of Minnesota

Fri, September 29 - 3 pm

Discovery Park F175

Boiling of Dilute Emulsions. A New Heat Transfer Mechanism?

Chris J. Benmore

Argonne National Laboratory

Fri, October 6 - 2 pm

Discovery Park B155

Aerodynamic levitation, supercooled liquids and glass formation

William J. Weber

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Fri, October 20 - 2 pm

Discovery Park B155

Functional Nanostructures in Ceramics using Ion Beams

Carlos Alejandro Figueroa

University Caxias Do Sul, Caxias do Sul-RS, Brasil

Fri, October 27 - 2 pm

Discovery Park B155

Role of deuterium and hydrogen in the physical understanding of nano-friction in a-C:H/D thin films

Michael A. Carpenter

SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Albany, NY

Fri, November 3 - 2 pm

Discovery Park B155

Harsh Environment Compatible Plasmonics Based Chemical Sensors

Leo V. Zhigilei

University of Virginia

Fri, November 10 - 2 pm

Discovery Park B155

Large-scale atomistic simulations of nanoparticle generation and material modification by short pulse laser irradiation in vacuum and liquid environment