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MME Symposia

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

MME Symposia

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picture: Paul Laufman.

Mr. Paul Laufman, Co-Founder United Paradyne Corporation, delivers the 2010 Distinguished Alumnus Lecture.Rocket Propulsion: Space Policy and its Entrepreneurial Impact

2014-2015 Series

Each semester the school sponsors a speaker series inviting both on campus and outside speakers to present current research activities to the faculty and students in the school and university. The symposia are open to all and are announced each week to the campus. The graduate student seminar class attends the series and many students also make presentations to the school as part of the series. The school also invites distinguished alumni to make presentations as part of the series.

Refreshments are normally available a half hour before the seminar in ETRL 119.

Upcoming 2014 - 2015 Series Speakers


December 4, 2014 ; Faculty Candidate;
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Being in the Right Place at the Right Time: Influencing the Self-Organized Dynamics of Multi-Agent Systems
December 11, 2014 ; ;
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE:
January 22, 2015 ; 2015 series;
TIME: 11:10am
Spring 2015 series begins

Perviously presented

September 4, 2014 ; Dr. Michael Kessler, Dr. Lloyd Smith and Dr. Annie Du; MME, WSU
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: MME Faculty Research
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 11, 2014 ; Dr. Rahul Panat, Dr. Katherine Li and Dr. Konstantin Matveev; MME, WSU
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: MME Faculty Research
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 18, 2014 ; Dr. Ke An; Lead Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Advance Materials Research by Neutrons Scattering: From Fundamental to Applied Sciences
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 25, 2014 ; Tom Ebeling; Laboratory Safety Officer, Environmental Health and Safety, WSU
HOST: Hussein Zbib
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Laboratory Safety
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
October 2, 2014 ; Dr. Eric Sorenson; Blue Origin
HOST: Jake Leachman
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Aerospace Material Development and Implementation
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
October 9, 2014 ; Dr. Joseph Iannelli; MME, WSU, Tri-Cities
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: The Physical Structure of a Shock Wave
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
October 16, 2014 ; Dr. Laura Carroll; Idaho National Laboratory
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Creep and Creep-Fatigue Behavior of Alloy 617
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
October 23, 2014 ; Dr. Dongsheng Li; Pratt & Whitney
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Challenges and Approaches using ICME in Turbine Engine Materials Process and Property Design
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
October 30, 2014 ; Faculty Candidate;
HOST: Rahul Panat
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Multifunctional Thin Film Materials and Interfaces for Energy Applications
November 6, 2014 ; Faculty Candidate;
HOST: Rahul Panat
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Modeling for Design and Control of Highly Coupled Dynamic Systems with Storage Capacity
November 13, 2014 ; Dr. Parag Banerjee; Washington University, MO
HOST: Amit Bandyopadhyay
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Nanograss: Arrays of Copper Oxide Nanowires for Solar Harvesting Applications
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
 

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Faculty Profile

picture Konstantin Matveev
Associate Professor
PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology, in 2003 with MME since 2006, more...

Research Areas

  • High-Performance Marine Craft
  • Ground-Effect Aerodynamics
  • Free-Surface Hydrodynamics
  • Unmanned Aerial and Marine Vehicles
  • Thermoacoustics
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