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Particle-Resolved Simulations of Complex Multi-Phase Flows
Published: August 1, 2017

Multiphase flows are ubiquitous in a wide range of natural processes and engineering applications. Although efforts to compute multiphase flows started as early as the beginning of the computational fluid dynamics.

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Battery Aging and Lifetime: What Can We Learn From Ecological Approaches?
Published: May 20, 2017

Battery technologies are increasingly being deployed across diverse applications, from portable devices to transportation and residential and grid applications

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Towards Cognitive Design Assistants
Published: February 6, 2017

Abstract: Much research in engineering design has focused on making design tools more intelligent by means of optimization, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

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Transport of Heat & Momemtum in Non-Equilibrium Wall-Bounded Flows
Published: November 18, 2016

Non-equilibrium wall-bounded flows, in which perturbation time scales are comparable to turbulent flow time scales, don’t exhibit universal behaviors.

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Seminar of Reconfigurable Plasmonics and Metamaterials
Published: November 11, 2016

Plasmonics has become a very important branch in nano optics. It allows us to concentrate, guide, and manipulate light at the deep sub-wave length scale.

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Probing Thermophysical Properties of Micro/Nanostructured Materials Using Ultrafast Pump
Published: November 4, 2016

Micro/nanostructured materials behave differently from their macroscale counterparts with regards to thermal energy transport at short time and length scales.

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Design for Discovery: Structural Shape & Topology Optimization
Published: October 7, 2016

Topology optimization is an optimization-driven methodology which is capable of generating an optimal design without depending on the designers’ intuition, experience and inspiration.

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Electro-Chemo-Mechanics of Solids and Its Applications
Published: October 7, 2016

Materials used in energy conversion and storage devices are often subjected to multi-field driving forces (electrical, chemical, radiological, thermal, mechanical, etc.)

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High-throughput 3D Printing of Functional Biomedical Devices
Published: September 9, 2016

Advancements in healthcare have opened up the promising opportunities for personalized medicine to improve patient outcomes while decreasing costs.

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Engineers Week!
Published: February 22, 2016

February 21-27, 2016 marks Engineers Week. Take this time to step back and consider the amazing things engineers do for our society, and to watch the video below that highlights some of the impressive things going on at UConn Engineering.

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Analysis of Convection in the Presence of Apparent Slip
Published: November 6, 2015

This seminar will introduce the physical principles and micro/nanotechnology that are exploited to trap a liquid in this state, where the no-slip boundary condition does not apply.

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The Science and Engineering of Developing Reliable Electronic Systems
Published: October 30, 2015

This presentation will focus on some of the interesting lessons learned at the CALCE Center over the past 30 years in the science and technology of material aging mechanisms and system degradation modes in complex electronic systems.

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A Quest for the Ideal Solution in engineering design. Five challenges of BTIPS.
Published: October 23, 2015

The nature of engineering is problem solving. The process starts with the problem definition and is followed by the search of a solution that satisfies the most requirements.

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Learning-based High-speed Motion Control: Application to Scanning Probe Microscopy
Published: October 16, 2015

Friday, October 16 • 2:30 PM – UTEB, Rm. 175 Learning-based High-speed Motion Control: Application to Scanning Probe Microscopy Prof. Qingze Zou Rutgers University Abstract: Iterative learning control (ILC) has demonstrated its superior efficiency, efficacy, and robustness in a broad variety of applications including high-speed, broadband motion control. A fundamental limitation of ILC framework, however, […]

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PV, EV and Your Home: How Transportation and Grid Infrastructures Work Together
Published: October 9, 2015

Friday, October 9 • 2:30 PM – UTEB, Rm. 175 Joint ME & CBE Seminar PV, EV and Your Home: How Transportation and Grid Infrastructures Work Together Dr. James Fenton Director of Solar Energy Center University of Central Florida Abstract: There are over 20 models of electric vehicles (EV) (350,000 vehicles on the road) that […]

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Thermofluidic and interfacial dynamics of spark-ignited metallic droplets
Published: October 2, 2015

Friday, October 2 • 2:30 PM – UTEB, Rm. 175 Thermofluidic and interfacial dynamics of spark-ignited metallic droplets Dr. Sukalyan Bhattacharya Texas Tech University Abstract: In the first part of this talk, an intriguing experimental observation is discussed where highspeed imaging captures thermofluidic dynamics of spark-ignited nano Aluminum powder. The phenomenon consists of initial detachment, […]

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Combustion: From a Jet Engine to an Exploding Star
Published: September 25, 2015

Friday, September 25 • 2:30 PM – UTEB, Rm. 175 Combustion: From a Jet Engine to an Exploding Star Dr. Alexei Poludnenko Naval Research Laboratory Abstract: Turbulent reacting flows are pervasive both in our daily lives on Earth and in the Universe. They power the modern society being at the heart of many energy generation […]

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Can Other Materials Besides Diamond have Ultrahigh Thermal Conductivity?
Published: September 18, 2015

Friday, September 18 • 2:30 PM – IMS, Rm. 20 Can Other Materials Besides Diamond have Ultrahigh Thermal Conductivity? David A. Broido Professor of Physics Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Abstract: Diamond and its carbon cousins, graphite and graphene, have long been known to have by far the highest thermal conductivities (κ) of any materials, […]

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Computational Fluid dynamics modeling of industrial-scale fires
Published: September 11, 2015

Friday, September 11 • 2:30 PM – UTEB, Rm. 175 Computational Fluid dynamics modeling of industrial-scale fires Dr. Ning Ren Fire Hazard and Protection Group FM Global Abstract: Fire is one of the major causes of property loss. According to the National Fire Protection Association, more than ten billion dollars in fire-induced property damage are […]

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Designing Shape Memory Materials for Damping, Actuation, and Energy Applications
Published: June 24, 2015

Wednesday, June 24 • 1:30 PM – Biology/Physics Building (BPB), Rm. 130 Designing Shape Memory Materials for Damping, Actuation, and Energy Applications Ying Chen Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY Abstract: Shape memory alloys have the remarkable capability to switch between two “programmed” geometries upon the application and removal […]

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