Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
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Current Semester Seminar Series

University of Minnesota - Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics

Fridays: 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

319 Akerman Hall, unless otherwise noted

Date AEM Seminar

AEM Seminar by Perry Leo at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Fluids Faculty Introductions by Faculty Research at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Solids Faculty Introductions by Faculty Research at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Systems Faculty Introductions by Faculty Research at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Unsteadiness of Shock Wave / Turbulent Boundary Layer Interactions by Noel Clemens, Department Chair, Professor, Bob R. Dorsey Professorship in Engineering and Cockrell Family Chair for Departmental Leadership #2, University of Texas at Austin, Midwest Mechanics Speakers at 2:30 PM


Special Seminar: Pulse-Burst PIV in High-Speed Flows by Dr. Steven J. Beresh, Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories at 2:30 PM

Location: B20 TATE HALL


AEM Seminar: The Structure of Turbulence and of Granular Beds by Gregory Paul Bewley, Assistant Professor, Gordon Lankton Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: SPECIAL TIME/ROOM: Getting Stuck and Breaking Free: Adhesion, Friction, Strength and Toughness by Kaushik Bhattacharya, Howell N. Tyson, Sr., Professor of Mechanics and Materials Science; Vice Provost; California Institute of Technology at 2:15 PM

Location: 105 Tate Hall


AEM Seminar: Development of an Elementary Model for the Jet Noise Source by Professor Dimitri Papamoschou, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering; University of California, Irvine at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Empirical Methods at the Boundary of Model-Based and Learned Integrated Sensing and Actuation by Kristi Morgansen, Professor and Interim Chair for Aeronautics and Astronautics; University of Washington at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Active Control of High-Speed Turbulent Free Shear Flows Using Excitation of Instabilities: O (1) Gain for O Input by Professor Mo Samimy Gas Dynamics & Turbulence Laboratory, Aerospace Research Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Dynamic Stall Onset and the Road to Recovery by Karen Mulleners, Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Unsteady Flow Diagnostics Laboratory; Tenure Track Assistant Professor, SGM - Teaching; Safety Delegate, COSEC - STI; EPFL at 2:30 PM




AEM Seminar: Bio Inspired Morphing by Daniel Inman, Clarence "Kelly" Johnson Professor; Professor, Aerospace Engineering; Department Chair Aerospace Engineering; University of Michigan at 2:30 PM


AEM Seminar: Data-Driven Discovery of Governing Physical Laws and Their Parametric Dependencies in Engineering, Physics, and Biology by Nathan Kutz, Robert Bolles and Yasuko Endo Professor, Applied Mathematics; Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering and Physics; University of Washington at 2:30 PM

Disability accommodations provided upon request.
Contact AEM Department: (612) 625-8000