Washington State University

MME Seminar Series

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

MME Seminar Series

Interdisciplinary Excellence Built On World-Class Knowledge

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

2016-2017 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 seminars are open to all and are announced each week to the campus. The graduate student seminar class attends the series and students often make presentations to the school as part of the series. The school also invites distinguished alumni to make presentations as part of the series.

With outside speakers, a meet the speaker session with refreshments normally starts at 10:30 ,in ETRL 119.

Upcoming 2016 - 2017 Series Speakers


December 8, 2016 ; Eric Brown; Los Alamos National Laboratory
TIME: 11:00am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
January 12, 2017 ; Spring Series Begins;
TIME: 11:00am
LOCATION: ETRL 101

Perviously presented

August 25, 2016 ; Dr. Soumik Banerjee; Washington State University
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Modeling Based Design of Electrolytes for Next-Generation Batteries
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 1, 2016 ; Dr. Kamal Kumar; University of Idaho
LOCATON: ETRL 101
TITLE: Fundamental Combustion Studies on Conventional and Alternative Fuels
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 8, 2016 ; Dr. Roland Chen; Washington State University
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: How does manufacturing research intertwine with better health care?
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 15, 2016 ; Dr. Reinhold Dauskardt; Stanford University
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: From Hybrid Films to Human Skin:Understanding Relationships between Structure, Processing and Function of Hybrid Materials
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 22, 2016 ; Dr. Gary Messing; Pennsylvania State University
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Creating a Culture of Safety in Academic Laboratories
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 29, 2016 ; Dr. Jack Skinner; Montana Tech
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Nanofabrication for Plasmonics, Electronics, Photovoltaics, and Drug Delivery
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
October 6, 2016 ; Dr. Hesam Ghorabi; Mercedes-Benz in Stuttart, Germany
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: From a creative idea to its successful market entry
October 13, 2016 ; Dr. Rachelle N. Ornan-Stone; Boeing
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Rocket Science
October 20, 2016 ; Dr. Kshitij Jerath; Washington State University
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Complex systems: First steps in modeling, sensing and control for traffic and robotic applications
October 27, 2016 ; Dr. Venkat Subramanian; University of Washington
LOCATION: ETRL 101
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
November 3, 2016 ; Junlan Wang; University of Washington
LOCATION: ETRL 101
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
November 10, 2016 ; Dr. Di Wu; Washington State University
LOCATION: ETRL 101
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
November 17, 2016 ; Dr. Xiaolin Li; PNNL
LOCATION: ETRL 101
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
December 1, 2016 ; Dr. Jie Bao; PNNL/WSU
LOCATION: ETRL 101
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
 

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Faculty Profiles

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Hussein M. Zbib
Professor
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Mechanics from Michigan Technical University in 1987 with MME since 1988, more...

Research Areas

  • Mechanics: Multiscale modeling, numerical analysis, plasticity, composites, materials instabilities, damage and fracture.
  • Materials: Dislocation theory, dislocation dynamics, crystal plasticity, defects, radiation effects, nanomaterials.
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