University of Minnesota
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics
Fall 1996 Seminar Series


SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Fridays 2:30 - 3:30 pm ** Room 209 Akerman Hall

October 4


Three Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layer Over a Swept Bump
Dr. D. Webster, University of Minnesota

October 11
Flow Induced Microstructure in Newtonian and Viscoelastic Fluids
Professor D.D. Joseph, University of Minnesota

*October 17
Thursday, 1:30 pm
Room 150 Physics

Space Shuttle : From Drawing Board to Flight Test to Accident Recovery
Vice Admiral Richard Truly, Former Head of NASA

October 18
Damage. Gradient of Damage: A Macro-Micro Effect
Professor M. Frémond, Laboratoire des Matériaux et des Structurs du Génie Civil, Champs sur Marne, France

November 1
Anti-plane Shear: An Intriguing Mathematical Model in Solid Mechanics
Professor C. Horgan , School of Engineering, University of Virginia

November 8
Fluid Interfaces From the Perspective of Solid Mechanics
Professor L. Truskinovsky, University of Minnesota

November 15
Computations of Microstructures
Professor C. Collins, University of Tennessee

November 22
A Group Theoretical Approach to Chaotic Motions
Professor I. A. Kunin, University of Houston

December 6
Geometic Flows in Computer Vision
Professor A. R. Tannebaum, Department of Electrical Engineering,University of Minnesota

*Denotes change in date, room and/or time.

REFRESHMENTS SERVED AFTER EACH SEMINAR IN 227 AKERMAN HALL.
Disability accommodations provided upon request.
Contact Leslie Petrus : Secretarial Assistant.

petrus@aem.umn.edu (612) 625-8000.