Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Graduate Seminars

MIME seminars are scheduled weekly in the fall and spring semesters. Check back for the upcoming semester schedule or watch selected seminar recordings below.

PREVIOUS SEMINAR RECORDINGS

Spring 2022 Seminars 

February 18

Dr. William Mars, Endurica, Approaches for aligning an engineering budget with durability requirements in rubber part design

March 4

Li Xi, McMaster University, Multistage transitions in viscoelastic Turbulent Channel Flow

April 1

Dr. Olga Ivanova, Mechnano - Discrete Carbon Nanotube (D-CNT) Dispersions to Enhance Performance of AM Materials

April 8

Corey Grice, University of Toledo - Introduction to the Center for Materials and Sensor Characterization (CMSC)

April 15

Dr. Wesley Brewer, DoD HPCMO, AI for Science and Engineering

Fall 2021

September 24

Adam Schroeder, University of Toledo, Swarm Robotics Applications and Folding Robot Gaits

October 1

Ahmed Hassen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, How Advanced Manufacturing can Support and Accelerate the Tooling Industry in the United States

October 8

Jason Carrol, Eaton, Additive Manufacturing in Industrial Companies

October 29

Jordan Weaver, NIST, Applied Metrology in Additive Manufacturing

November 5

Christina Vanderwel, University of Southampton, Simulating Urban Flows and Air Pollution in the Lab

November 12

Bertrand Jodoin, University of Ottawa, Cold Gas Dynamic Spraying: How a Deceptively Simple Process has Changed Manufacturing Paradigm 

November 19

Muaz Kemerli, Sakarya University, Design and Application of a Magnetorheological Damper to Mitigate Seismic Vibrations

Spring 2021

January 29

Hamed Seyyedhosseinzadeh, University of Wisconsin, Computational Manufacturing and Cyber-Enabled Design in Metal Additive Manufacturing to Accelerate Innovations

February 12

Abbas Amini, University of Western Sydney, Biomedical NiTi Shape Memory Alloys with Displacive Solid-State Phase Transformation

March 5

Mahmoud Ghannam, Ford Motor Company, Sensing Systems and Data Fusion

March 12

Konrad Rykaczewski, Arizona State University, Soft Thermal Materials and Systems: From Microscale Engineering to Wearable Systems 

FALL 2020

August 28 

 MIME Faculty, Introduction to MIME Research 
September 25 Prof. Miljkovic Nenad, Associate Professor, UIUC; Advancing Energy and Water Technologies via Micro/Nanoengineered Surfaces
November 13  Moataz Attalla, University of Birmingham, Additive Manufacturing of Tungsten for Nuclear Fusion

 

Spring 2020 MIME Seminar Schedule

April 3 George Bibel, Ph.D.;  University of North Dakota; Beyond the Black Box: The Forensics of Airplane Crashes
April 17 Amir Hadadzadeh, Ph.D.; University of Memphis; Evolution of Hierarchical Microstructures in Additive Manufactured Metallic Materials and its Role on Mechanical Properties
Last Updated: 6/27/22