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    Distinguished Seminar Series: Brenna Argall , article

    Brenna Argall of Northwestern University presents, "Assistive Autonomy Revisited" on Thursday, September 22 at 2:00 pm.

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    Distinguished Seminar Series: Tony Huang , article

    Tony Huang presents: Acoustofluidics: merging acoustics and fluid mechanics for biomedical applications

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Knox Millsaps , article

    Knox Millsaps, Department Head of Naval Air Warfare and Weapons with the Office of Naval Research, presents, "Funding Opportunities at the Office of Naval Research."

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Sharon Swartz , article

    The world in a wing: the integrative biology of bat flight

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Liangbing (Bing) Hu , article

    Liangbing (Bing) Hu presents, "Emerging Energy Materials: Joule Heating and Wood" in a visit from the University of Maryland, College Park.

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Katia Bertoldi , article

    Katia Bertoldi presents, "Inflatable matter: from soft robots to reconfigurable structures."

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Ioana Voiculescu , article

    "Innovative MEMS Sensors for Biological Applications Researched and Developed at The City College of New York" with Ioana Voiculescu, Associate Professor, The City College of New York

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Leila Ladani , article

    Leila Ladani presents, "Moore’s law ahead: mixing old and new to keep it alive?" March 30th, 3:00 pm.

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Henry Chu , article

    Henry Chu of the University of Florida presents, "Fundamentals and applications of diffusiophoresis: Particle motion induced by solute concentration gradients."

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Wei Gao , article

    "Skin-Interfaced Wearable Biosensors" with Cal Tech's Wei Gao

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: NSF Program Director Stephanie George , article

    Stephanie George presents, "Navigating (and Hopefully Receiving) BME-Related Funding from NSF."

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    IDEA Seminar Series: Indigenous at VT , article

    In this session, Mae Hey will conduct an open discussion from the Indigenous perspective, answering questions to help broaden understanding of that people group.

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    Nuclear Seminar: Rose Montgomery , article

    Nuclear energy is essential to meet the world’s growing demand for energy while limiting climate change and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Nuclear energy is extremely reliable, and it can be deployed on large or small scales to supply the world with clean, affordable electricity. However, like all energy sources, nuclear power produces some waste that must be disposed of properly. In this talk I discuss why nuclear is a clean option for energy production, examine the nuclear fuel waste produced by commercial power production, discuss the options related to used fuel management, and take a look at what other countries are doing to manage their used nuclear fuel.

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    Nuclear Webinar: Igor Bolotnov , article

    Igor Bolotnov of North Carolina State University presents, "High resolution simulations of two-phase reactor-relevant flows."

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    Nuclear Seminar: David Freeman , article

    David Freeman from Oak Ridge National Laboratory presents, "Generation and Use of Spallation Neutrons" on Monday, September 26 at 9:00 am.

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    Nuclear Webinar: Pascal Bellon , article

    Paul Bellon presents, "Self-organized alloy microstructures for extreme environments," Dec 2, 2022 at 10:10 AM.

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    Nuclear seminar: Xu Wu , article

    Xu Wu presents, "Inverse Uncertainty Quantification with Machine Learning for Nuclear Reactor Simulations."

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    Nuclear seminar: Lingfeng He , article

    Lingfeng He, Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering at NCSU, will give a talk entitled "Advanced Characterization of Materials Corrosion in Molten Salt Environments."

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    Nuclear seminar: Roland Backhaus , article

    Roland Backhaus, Esq, Executive VP, USNC, presents "An Introduction to Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation, the Micro Modular Reactor, and Fully Ceramic Microencapsulated Fuel."

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    Nuclear seminar: Chi Bum Bahn , article

    Chi Bum Bahn of Pusan National University presents, "Research Activities on Materials Degradation in Nuclear Power Systems."

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    Nuclear seminar: Harlan Bowers , article

    Harlan Bowers presents, "New Nuclear – The Transformative Potential of Small Modular and Micro-Reactors."

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    Nuclear seminar: Alireza Haghighat , article

    Alireza Haghighat, Professor and Director of the VT NE Program, presents, "New Paradigm for Real-Time, High-Fidelity Particle Transport Simulation with Monte Carlo Accuracy"

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    Nuclear Seminar: Japan Patel , article

    Neutron diffusion theory has been an essential part of nuclear engineering training for decades. It provides reactor analysts with a straightforward way to estimate neutron distributions and evaluate the neutronic behavior of reactor cores. The interview seminar will begin with a brief derivation of the one-speed neutron diffusion equation and will briefly touch upon a couple of the projects Dr. Patel has been involved with. Conclusion will include discussion on teaching philosophy and interests.

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    Nuclear seminar: Amanda Leong , article

    Amanda Leong, Research Assistant Professor in Nuclear Engineering Program at Virginia Tech, will give a talk entitled, "Purification of molten salts and identification of impurities."

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    Nuclear Webinar: Marisa Monreal , article

    At Los Alamos National Laboratory, a research program has been developed focusing on the study of chemical and thermophysical properties of actinide-molten salt systems. Currently ongoing work includes research on a range of length scales in these systems, from local structure to macroscale properties. The salt systems focused upon thus far are molten alkali and alkaline earth metal chlorides containing uranium and thorium chlorides; work later this calendar year will include plutonium chloride, and planning is underway to expand our sample range to include fluoride salts, and systems containing beryllium. In this seminar, this LANL actinide-molten salt research program will be described, including some of our most recent results and highlighting two of our more mature experimental capabilities: our use of neutron radiography to measure the density of actinide-molten salts at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE) and our electroanalytical capability to study corrosion and speciation in actinide-molten salts.

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    Nuclear seminar: Lou Martinez Sancho , article

    Lou Martinez Sancho, VP of Strategy and Innovation at Kairos Power, presents "Leveraging rapid iteration and vertical integration to deliver certainty for advanced reactor technology."

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    Nuclear Seminar: Christian Zühlke , article

    Relevance and Determination of the critical Hydrogen in High Strength Steel and Welding Application

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    Nuclear webinar: Guanyi Wang , article

    "Overview of Research Reactor and Conversion Efforts for Nonproliferation at Argonne" with Guanyi Wang, Argonne National Laboratory.

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    Nuclear webinar: Alex Bataller , article

    "Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Plasma Engineering for Advancing Molten Salt Reactors" with Alex Bataller

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    Nuclear webinar: Guanyu Su , article

    Turn the Power Up for Nuclear Systems

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    Nuclear seminar: Patrick Huber , article

    Patrick Huber presents, "Neutrinos & Nuclear Security."

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    Nuclear Seminar: Jhansi Kandasamy , article

    Idaho National Lab (INL) is leveraging its 70-year history in innovative nuclear research to forge a path to net-zero carbon emissions. Net-Zero Program Director, Jhansi Kandasamy, will present a talk titled “Net-Zero INL: Leading by Example to Change the World’s Energy Future.”

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    Nuclear seminar: Jonathan Link , article

    Jonathan Link presents, "CHANDLER Antineutrino Detection System and Nuclear Reactor Monitoring," October 20, 2023, 10:10 am, Foggy Bottom Room, VTRC, Arlington.

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    Nuclear webinar: Matthieu Aumand , article

    "Framatome PROtect ATF solutions: Cr-coated M5Framatome and SiC cladding design" with Matthieu Aumand.

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    Nuclear webinar: Mingda Li , article

    Machine learning on neutron, X-ray, and electron radiation probes for materials research

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    Nuclear seminar: Nathan Roskoff , article

    Dr. Nathan Roskoff, Lead Reactor Physics Engineer, Westinghouse Electric Company, will give a talk entitled, "eVinci, AP300, and Beyond – Westinghouse’s Power Generation Solutions for the Next Generation."

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    Nuclear webinar: Luka Snoj , article

    Luka Snoj presents, "Research Reactor Benchmark Experiments."

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    Nuclear webinar: Olivier Tissot , article

    Olivier Tissot presents, "The importance of nano-characterization in the radiation induced segregation (RIS) phenomena in ferritic model alloys."

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    Nuclear Webinar: Youho Lee , article

    Performance assessment of Cr-coated Accident Tolerant Fuel (ATF) cladding: status, implications, and remaining challenges

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    Robotics Seminar: Tayfun Efe Ertop , article

    Innovations in Surgery Using Soft & Continuum Robots with Tayfun Efe Ertop, Vanderbilt University

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Sarah Bergbreiter , article

    "Microsystems-inspired Robotics," with Sarah Bergbreiter, Carnegie Mellon University.

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    ME Seminar: Laminar Boundary Layers , article

    This lecture will present an introduction to the theory and application of laminar boundary layers.

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    Distinguished Seminar Series: Leila Ladani , article

    "Manufacturing Meets Medicine" with Leila Ladani, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Arizona State University

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    Seminar (rescheduled): Serife Tol , article

    Serife Tol, Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, presents, "Reconfigurable Elastic Metasurfaces for Anomalous Wavefront Shaping."

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    Nuclear Seminar: Vaibhav Sinha , article

    This presentation will provide an overview of the design, operation, performance analysis, and experimental results of the novel NXCT system, including the future vision of nuclear and radiological engineering utilizing advanced research and teaching infrastructure in academics and research environments. The second part of the talk will briefly describe various research projects performed by the presenter and the associated research group.

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    IDEA webinar: Hiring Practices for Diversity with Lance Collins , article

    It is possible to achieve diversity in the faculty of technical disciplines such as Mechanical Engineering. In my experience, it requires two ingredients: first, there must be an unwavering commitment by the leadership of the department and the college; and second, there must be careful attention paid to the practices that underlie the selection of the search committee, the search process itself, the identification of finalists, and recruitment of the top candidate.

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    Webinar: The Standardization of Parts in Product Development , article

    The standardization of parts is a fundamental aspect of Design for Manufacturing (DFM), which can simplify product development efforts, lower the cost of parts and materials, simplify supply chain management, improve quality, improve serviceability, and support lean production. In product development, the part standardization presents the greatest opportunities for new design and significant cost reduction. Various product development projects from industries related to the standardization of parts and the standardization strategy will be presented.

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    Robotics Seminar: Guillaume Bellegarda , article

    Deep Learning, Optimal Control, and Bio-Inspired Control for Dynamic Robots

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    Seminar: Human-Robot Teams with Tariq Iqbal , article

    "Toward Fluent Collaboration in Human-Robot Teams," with Tariq Iqbal, University of Virginia.

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    IDEA webinar and panel: What's an Engineer? , article

    Solving engineering problems is demanding from a technical standpoint but dealing with people’s preconceived notions can be an equal trial. Susan will discuss the challenges she has faced while finding her confidence and place of belonging throughout her engineering career and will offer tips for dealing with similar situations.

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    Nuclear Webinar: Emily Liu , article

    We look into methodology development based on neutron scattering techniques to “visualize” the complex phenomena. This visualization must integrate scattering experimental analysis, simulation, and theory to provide real space images of such phenomena. And their use in understanding energy systems, medical materials/imaging, and engineering processes is highly promising. Exploratory neutron scattering methodology development for molten salts as energy storage medium will be discussed in the presentation.

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    Robotics Seminar: Noel Naughton , article

    Imaging, mechanics, and control of active, architected fibers

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    Nuclear webinar: Jarod Worden , article

    Nanoporous High entropy alloys: a new class of materials with remarkable mechanical properties

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    Nuclear seminar: Derek Rountree , article

    Derek Rountree, Senior Research Scientist at Luna Innovations Inc., will give a talk entitled "Fiber optic sensing for nuclear power applications."

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    Nuclear Webinar: Shanbin Shi , article

    Shanbin Shi presents,"Multiphase Flow Experiments and Modeling on Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems."

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    Nuclear Webinar: Jovica Riznic , article

    Jovica Riznic presents, "Nuclear Power in Canada," March 17 at 10:10 am.

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    Distinguished Speaker Series: Giorgio Rizzoni , article

    Mobility is undergoing dramatic transformations that will radically change the way we move and access work and leisure time. This presentation focuses on how increasingly connected and automated vehicles can achieve unprecedented fuel economy gains. The presentation is based on the results of the first phase of the ARPA-E NEXTCAR project, and introduces a hierarchical control approach that exploits vehicle connectivity and automated driving capabilities to enhance the fuel economy capability of light-duty passenger vehicles. The use of cloud-based route optimization, coupled with adaptation to local traffic conditions via machine learning algorithms, and with the use of increasing levels of automation to shape the expected short-term vehicle load, permits the optimization of powertrain and vehicle longitudinal velocity control achieve near-optimal fuel economy thanks to the ability to predict the near-term future. The ability to realize such capabilities in production vehicles, demonstrated in this project, is around the corner, and will play a key role in shaping the future of personal and commercial mobility.

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    Seminar: Bioinspired swimming with Phandindra Tallapragada, Clemson University , article

    Phanindra Tallapragada presents, "Internal Actuation and Passive Degrees of Freedom for Unconventional Mobility and Sensing in Bioinspired Swimming," March 24th at 1 pm.

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    Nuclear Seminar: Bruce Vogelaar , article

    R. Bruce Vogelaar, Virginia Tech Professor of Physics, will present, "Reducing global warming: unblocking a nuclear energy solution," on Friday, September 30, 2022 at 10:10 am.

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    Webinar: Governing Equation for the Profile of a Pneumatic Tire , article

    In this lecture, the geometric parameters describing the equilibrium profile of the tire, the equations describing the membrane stresses, and the governing equation for the shape of the equilibrium profile for an inflated, pneumatic tire will be presented.