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Rui Ni: Physics, Fluids, and Bubbles

New faculty Rui Ni aims to deepen our understanding of fluid dynamics from a physicist’s perspective.

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Meet Our Faculty Expert: Charles Meneveau

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Upcoming Events

Oct
25
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3:00 pm Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 210 Hodson Hall
Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 210 Hodson Hall
Oct 25 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Department of Mechanical Engineering 2018 Fall Seminar Series @ 210 Hodson Hall
Micro Mechanical Methods for Biology (M3B) Presented by Professor Liwei Lin University of California, Berkeley Next-generation autonomous microfluidic components, circuits and systems have been widely investigated for the past decades by researchers from various disciplines,[...]
Nov
15
Thu
12:00 pm Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 106 Latrobe Hall
Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 106 Latrobe Hall
Nov 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Department of Mechanical Engineering Special Seminar @ 106 Latrobe Hall
“The Hexagon KH-9 Spy Satellite, its workings and importance to world peace” Presented by Mr. Phil Pressel Retired: United Technologies Corporation Mr. Pressel will explain how the stereo camera system worked in perfect synchronization with[...]
3:00 pm Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 210 Hodson Hall
Department of Mechanical Enginee... @ 210 Hodson Hall
Nov 15 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Department of Mechanical Engineering Fall Seminar Series @ 210 Hodson Hall
“From fast to ultrafast: the biological world of extreme movement” Presented by Professor Sheila Patek Department of Biology, Duke University This talk will explore the principles of fast movements in small biological and synthetic systems.[...]
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