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Oral Candidacy - Chuxu Zhang
Proposal defense
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PhD Candidate Mathew R. Kelly - "Hybrid Induction Heating and Linear Friction Welding"
Linear Friction Welding (LFW) is a robust joining process with many potential applications, the most successful being the attachment of turbine blades to disks. Given the large scale of such operations, and the large amount of energy that must be stored, the equipment is prohibitively expensive for most industries. Heating the workpieces prior to LFW may reduce energy requirements and therefore allow for cost savings on the equipment, but the ancillary effect on weld quality is unknown.
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Seminar Ling Liu - Trust and Privacy of Deep Learning in Adversarial Settings
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Seminar Advanced 5G, SATCOM and Radar Phased-Arrays Using Silicon Technologies: THE END OF THE MARCONI ERA IS NEAR
PhD Candidate Kevin J. O'Brien - "Investigating Aberrant Gait Patterns in Individuals With Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury"
Approximately 17,000 Americans have a traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) every year, and there remains wide variability in the success of current rehabilitation paradigms. In particular, individuals with incomplete SCI (iSCI) avoid walking strategies that require energy absorption at the joints by means of eccentric muscle activity. To investigate this deficiency in individuals with iSCI, gait characteristics are analyzed using motion analysis techniques, musculoskeletal simulations, and simplified models of walking.
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PhD Candidate Kevin J. O'Brien - "Investigating Aberrant Gait Patterns in Individuals With Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury"
Approximately 17,000 Americans have a traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) every year, and there remains wide variability in the success of current rehabilitation paradigms. In particular, individuals with incomplete SCI (iSCI) avoid walking strategies that require energy absorption at the joints by means of eccentric muscle activity. To investigate this deficiency in individuals with iSCI, gait characteristics are analyzed using motion analysis techniques, musculoskeletal simulations, and simplified models of walking.
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