NetSci: International School and Conference on Network Science

NetSci 2019 is the flagship conference of the Network Science Society, which aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners working in the emerging research area of network science. The NetSci conference fosters multidisciplinary communication and collaboration in network science Read more…


Formula Hybrid Racing Competition

Founded and run by the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth since 2006, Formula Hybrid takes place each spring at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. The competition is part of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Collegiate Design Series and is Read more…


Engineering Design Night

Join us in celebrating the engineering profession and over 40 capstone designs developed by teams of Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering seniors! Davis Center, Silver Maple Ballroom


A Physicist’s Approach to the Lung: Jason Bates, PhD

Larner College of Medicine Research Laureate Lecture In this lecture Dr. Bates, UVM Professor of Medicine, will summarize his own journey through the world of lung mechanics, highlighting how the use of quantitative methods has helped elucidate the link between Read more…


Human Powered Vehicle Challenge

This competition takes place at a larger event called E-Fest, which is hosted by ASME. It consists of universities from around the world who each design and build a human powered vehicle. Students in the competition demonstrate engineering design principles Read more…


Women in Data Science Movie Night

Members of the Women in Data Science will be watching some of the presentations from the WiDS Conference at Stanford. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/wids-movienight


Hoffman Lecture: Roger Crandall

Ifshin Hall, Keller Room ROGER CRANDALL Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) UVM Class of 1987 Mr. Crandall first joined MassMutual in 1988 as a real estate investment trainee, and spent the first 12 Read more…


PhD Dissertation Defense: Kyle Kowalczyk

Shape Detection of Concealed Conductive Objects using Microwave Ultra-wideband Spectra Perkins Bldg. 200   Abstract: Metal detection systems available to the general public ordinarily verify the presence of conductive material, not the shape.  Shape detection is important for discrimination between dangerous Read more…


PhD Dissertation Defense: Mahraz Amini

Corrective Dispatch of Uncertain Energy Resources Votey Hall, Rm. 207 Abstract: Increased penetration of renewables will require significant regulating reserves, so there is a need to re-think the traditional operating paradigm: supply follows demand. Recent work has expanded the role Read more…


Blackboard Jungle Symposium

Davis Center, 4th Floor The Blackboard Jungle Symposium is designed to support UVM faculty, staff, and all others seeking to develop skills, knowledge, and a deeper understanding of diversity that supports excellence in teaching, service, and research. The symposium sessions Read more…