Academic year: 2016 - 2017
MAE Colloquium: Dr. Robert D. Braun (Georgia Institute of Technology), "Entry, Descent and Landing Technology Advancement to Enable a New Era of Mars Exploration"
CFSeminar: Jialun Wang (Chemical Engineering, Cornell University), and Dr. Poornima Padmanabhan (Chemical Engineering, Cornell University)
MAE Colloquium: Professor Matthew R. Begley (University of California, Santa Barbara), "Virtual Testing of Two-phase Materials and Field Assisted 3-D Printing"
CFSeminar: Professor Michel Louge (Cornell University), "Statistical Mechanics of the Triple Contact Line"
MAE Colloquium: Naomi Ehrich Leonard (Princeton University), "Human Decision-Making and Multi-Armed Bandit Problems"
CFSeminar: Professor Olivier Desjardins (Cornell University), "Numerical Study of Liquid Jet Atomization in Supersonice Crossflows"
MAE Colloquium: Dennice F. Gayme (John Hopkins University), "The Restricted Nonlinear Model: a minimal model for self-sustaining turbulence in wall bounded shear flows"
CFSeminar: Professor Peter J. Diamessis (Cornell University), "Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulence under an Internal Solitary Wave of Depression"
MAE Colloquium: Sven Schmitz (The Pennsylvania State University), "Breezy Mysteries”—Understanding Wind Turbine Wakes Using High Fidelity Simulation & Visualization"
CFSeminar: Dr. Kris Rowe, "Computational Study on the Turbulent Wake Generated by a Bluff Body in Stably Stratified Fluids"
MAE Colloquium: Suzanne Maher, Ph.D. (Hospital for Special Surgery), "Predicting Outcomes after Knee Surgery: An Engineers Approach"
CFSeminar: John Palmore, Sheng Wang, and Robert Chiodi (Cornell University), "Three SImulations of Liquid-Gas Phenomena"
MAE Colloquium: Robert Ecke (Los Alamos National Laboratory), "Granular Material in a Laboratory Earthquake System: Characterization of Earthquake Magnitude Statistics"
CFSeminar: Dr. Pierre Jean Lidon (Cornell University), "Effect of High-Intensity Ultrasound on Soft Materials"
MAE Colloquium: Sindy KY Tang (Stanford University), "Order and Chaos*: Collective Behavior of Crowded Drops in Microfluidic Systems"