The Pritchard Lab Seminar (2007)

The Pritchard Lab seminar provides a flexible forum in which scientists of all disciplines can present research problems to which mathematics might contribute. It is sponsored by and associated with the W. G. Pritchard Fluid Mechanics Laboratory, and is held in 315 McAllister Building.

The Pritchard Lab Seminar (2007)
DateRoomSpeaker(s)Title
10 Sep 2007 11:15am - 12:15pm106 McAllisterWilliam D. RistenpartElectrohydrodynamics and epitrochoids: dynamic pattern formation of micron-scale objects near electrodes
01 Oct 2007 11:15am - 12:15pm106 McAllisterNancy SottosSelf-healing materials systems: mechanics meets chemistry
08 Oct 2007 11:15am - 12:15pm106 McAllisterOrlin D. VelevOn-chip droplet and particle manipulation by electric fields: applications in microfluidics and colloidal assembly
15 Oct 2007 11:15am - 12:15pm106 McAllisterAndrew BelmonteStanding waves on moving bubbles
05 Nov 2007 11:15am - 12:15pm106 McAllisterTimothy RelugaPopulation games for vaccination and epidemiology
03 Dec 2007 11:15am - 12:15pm106 McAllisterSteinn SigurdssonPlanet formation dynamics: growth, migration, and the dozy-doe
10 Dec 2007 11:15am - 12:15pm106 McAllisterJean-Luc ThiffeaultStirring and mixing: topology, optimization, and those pesky walls
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If you have a speaker to suggest for this series, please contact Andrew Belmonte (belmonte "at" math.psu.edu) or Tim Reluga (treluga "at" math.psu.edu)