Engineering Seminar Series

  • BoHung Kim
    University of Ulsan, Korea
    Modeling nanoscale heat transfer on dissimilar interfaces using Molecular Dynamics
    Discovery Park F175
  • Lingqian Chang
    Biomedical Engineering, UNT
    Precise Manipulation and Transfection of Single Cell on Nano-Electroporation Platform
    Discovery Park B155
  • Seok Ho Yoon
    Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials
    Development of PCHE (Printed Circuit Heat Exchanger) for extreme environment
    Discovery Park F175
  • Amy J. Clarke
    Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO
    In-situ Imaging of Metallic Alloy Solidification Dynamics for Advanced Manufacturing
    Discover Park B155
  • Zhuomin Zhang
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Nanoscale Heat Conduction and Thermal Radiation
    Discovery Park F175
  • Daniel B. Miracle
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    High entropy alloys, High throughput experiments and High Temperature metals
    Discover Park B155
  • Edoardo Persichetti
    Florida Atlantic University
    Code-Based Cryptography for Post-Quantum Standardization
    Discovery Park F285
  • Babu Chalamala
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Energy Storage and the Grid of the Future
    Discovery Park F175
  • Brett Conner
    Youngstown State University
    Using Sensing for Process Improvement and Material Qualification in Metal Additive Manufacturing
    Discovery Park B155
  • Yunzhi Wang
    Ohio State University
    Computational Design of Novel Microstructures for Smarter Materials
    Discovery Park B155
  • Christina Wasson
    Anthropology Department, UNT
    Anthropological Research for the Design of New Technologies
    Discovery Park F175
  • Peeyush Nandwana
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Metal Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing via Electron Beam Melting and Binder Jet 3D Printing
    Discovery Park B155
  • Leitao Chen
    Rice University
    Improving the Unstructured Discrete Boltzmann Method
    Discovery Park F175
  • John Mauro
    Pennsylvania State University
    Relaxation is everywhere
    Discovery Park B155
  • Jeong Bong (JB) Lee
    University of Texas at Dallas
    Hierarchical Micro/Nano Structures for Bio and Photonics Applications
    Discovery Park F175
  • Craig Brice
    Lockheed Martin Space, Advanced Technology Center
    Influence of Compositional Changes on Mechanical Properties in Additively Manufactured Aluminum Alloys
    Discovery Park B155
  • Gale A. Holmes
    Materials Science and Engineering Division, NIST
    Using Micromechanics, Chemistry, Image Analyses, and Modeling to Better Understand Failure in Reinforced Composites
    Discovery Park F175
  • Edwin Schwalbach
    Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, AFRL, Dayton, OH
    Assessing Additive Manufacturing Process Heterogeneity
    Discovery Park B155
  • Weisong Shi
    Wayne State University
    Edge Computing: A New Computing Model for Internet of Everything
    Discovery Park F285
  • John M. Fossaceca
    US Army Research Laboratory
    Motivating Factors Behind US Army Research in AI and ML
    Discovery Park B242
  • Gale A. Holmes
    Materials Science and Engineering Division, NIST
    Using Micromechanics, Chemistry, Image Analyses, and Modeling to Better Understand Failure in Reinforced Composites
    Discovery Park F175
  • Binish Desai
    BINISHDESAI .COM
    WASTE INTO ECO ECONOMICAL ASSETS
    Discovery Park B192
  • Qiang Gao
    Beijing Forestry University, China
    Wood Adhesive and Green Adhesion
    Discovery Park D212
  • Jun Yang
    Western University, Canada
    The Next Wave of Additive Manufacturing for the Upcoming Industrial Revolution-Industry 4.0
    Discovery Park F175
  • Weidong Zhou
    University of Texas at Arlington
    Scaling from Semiconductor Nanomembranes to 2D Materials for Cavity-Integrated Silicon Photonics and Bio-Photonics
    Discovery Park B155
  • Abhishek Ghosh
    Dept. of Mechanical and Energy Engineering, UNT
    Metal Oxide Gas Sensors for Environmental Air Quality Monitoring
    Discovery Park F175
  • Shad Roundy
    University of Utah
    Self-Powered Wearable Sensing: What is the current state of the art and what is achievable?
    Discovery Park F175
  • Ananth Dodabalapur
    University of Texas at Austin
    Thin-Film Transistors and the Future of Displays
    Discovery Park B155
  • Yook-Kong Yong
    Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ
    Nonlinear Frequency Response and Time Domain Response of Piezoelectric Surface Acoustic (SAW) & Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) Resonators
    Discovery Park F175
  • John R. Turner
    Texas Engineering Services
    Future Trends in Mechanical Engineering
    Discovery Park F175
  • Michael F. Durstock
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Enabling Soft Electronics through Flexible, Printable and Stretchable Batteries
    Discovery Park B155
  • H. Felix Wu
    U.S. Department of Energy
    Leveraging Materials Technology with Other Vehicle Technologies for EVs, Autonomous Vehicles, and Next Generation ICEVs
    Discovery Park B185
  • Sridevi Narayan-sarathy
    PepsiCo
    Sustainable Food Packaging Development Efforts at PepsiCo
    Discovery Park F175
  • Yvo G. Desmedt
    University of Texas at Dallas
    The fundamental reasons information technological systems are insecure
    Discovery Park F285
  • Guoan Wang
    University of South Carolina
    MEMS for RF and Sensing Applications
    Discovery Park F175
  • Bugao Xu
    Merchandising & Digital Retailing, University of North Texas
    Automated Pavement Distress Inspection Systems
    Discovery Park F175
  • Debjyoti Banerjee
    Texas A&M University
    Nano-Manufacturing for Enhanced Thermal Energy Storage, Cooling & Sensing
    Discovery Park D212