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Seminar object code Linke Guo - Towards Secure and Privacy Preserving Healthcare From IoT to Big Data
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PhD Candidate Hongfei Zhu - "Design of Thin-walled Metastructures for Advanced Elastic Wave Management"
The development of advanced methodologies for the control and attenuation of broadband, non-stationary elastic energy propagating through structural systems has been a long standing challenge in many fields of engineering. These capabilities are of particular importance to enable the next generation of high performance aerospace and mechanical systems that will be required to operate under extreme conditions.
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PhD Candidate Kevin Leyden - "System Monitoring By Tracking Fractional Order"
Mechanical systems are often combinations of many interacting components. Examples of such systems include gas turbines, washing machines, machine tools, and cars. These systems’ vibrations are commonly analyzed with numerical methods, but the complexity makes mathematical analysis challenging. This research has pursued a mathematical framework to relate applied force and displacement in mechanical systems of this type by modeling them as networks.
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PhD Candidate Chistopher M. Jasinski - "Experimental Fluid Mechanic Evaluation of Liner Drag and Acoustic-Drag Interaction"
The purpose of this dissertation is to establish the current state of the art in acoustic liner drag research, describe recently designed and built facilities at the University of Notre Dame for conducting such research, discuss the coupling of aerodynamic drag and acoustic excitation with liners, and offer conclusions and recommendations for future work in the area.
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Information Session about the New Grand Challenge Scholars Program
Learn more about the new Grand Challenge Scholars Program starting at the University of Notre Dame!
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Seminar Nitrogen Vacancy Centers and the Diamond Surface
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