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

2015-2016 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 2015 - 2016 Series Speakers


September 3, 2015 ; Tom Ebeling; Laboratory Safety Officer, Environmental Health and Safety, WSU
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Laboratory Safety
FLYER: pdf format with brief abstracts of the speakers
September 10, 2015 ; Changki Mo; WSU
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Design of an Underactuated End-effector for Robotic Apple Harvesting
September 17, 2015 ; Jake Leachman; MME, WSU
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: The HOW of a Hydrogen Organized Washington (and World!)
September 24, 2015 ; Joel Perry; University of Idaho
TIME: 11:10am
HOST: John Swensen
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Development of Upper-Limb Rehabilitation Robotics for Stroke
October 1, 2015 ; David Gotthold; PNNL
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Graphene Oxide Laminar Membranes for Water Separation
October 8, 2015 ; Eric Wolbrecht; University of Idaho
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Devices and Strategies for Studying and Administering Post-Stroke Robot-Assisted Rehabilitation
October 15, 2015 ; Ram Devanathan; PNNL
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE:
October 22, 2015 ; Hua Tan; WSU Vancouver
TIME: 11:10am
HOST: Mike Kessler
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: A novel thermal management scheme for inkjet-assisted 3D printing technology
October 29, 2015 ; Roger Gonzalez; UTEP
TIME: 11:10am
HOST: Mike Kessler
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Aiding the Developing World Takes More Than Technology
November 5, 2015 ; ;
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE:
November 12, 2015 ; Rahul Panat; MME, WSU
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Some Problems in the Microelectronics Manufacturing for Wearable Applications
November 19, 2015 ; ;
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
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December 3, 2015 ; ;
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
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December 10, 2015 ; ;
TIME: 11:10am
LOCATION: ETRL 101
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Perviously presented

August 27, 2015 ; MME Faculty Introductions; MME, WSU
LOCATION: ETRL 101
TITLE: Faculty Research Introductions
 

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Faculty Profile

picture Indranath Dutta
Professor
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, in 1988.
with MME since 2008, more...

Research Areas

  • Multi-physics phenomena in Materials Science - thermal/mechanical/electrical/electromagnetic interactions
  • Near-interface effects in multi-component materials, with emphasis on materials for microelectronics
  • Materials reliability in micro-systems and composites
  • Electrically-activated manufacturing at nano to meso scales - nanolithography, electromagnetic jigsaw
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