Complex Networks Winter Workshop

The Complex Networks Winter Workshop (CNWW) is a week-long international school that offers an extraordinary opportunity for participants to engage in rigorous transdisciplinary complexity science research alongside some of the top researchers in the field of networks. The CNWW is Read more…


Thesis Defense: Jason Pearl

Jason Pearl will be presenting his thesis defense. Perkins Bldg. Rm. 200


PhD Dissertation Defense: Arash Kamali-Asl

Farrell Hall Decision Theatre Rm 107   ARASH KAMALI-ASL Advisor: EHSAN GHAZANFARI Ph.D. Dissertation Defense COUPLED THERMAL-HYDROLOGICAL-MECHANICAL-CHEMICAL PROCESSES IN GEOTHERMAL AND SHALE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT The growing world population necessitates development of a wide range of energy resources. Enhanced Geothermal Systems Read more…


Thesis Defense: Timothy Stevens

Advisor: Christian Skalka, Ph.D.   RehabTracker: Framework for Monitoring and Enhancing NMES Patient Compliance We describe the development of a cyber-physical system (RehabTracker) for improving patient compliance with at-home physical rehabilitation using neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) therapy. RehabTracker consists of Read more…


Thesis Defense: Xing Ke

Xing Ke will be presenting his thesis defense. Lafayette Hall Rm. L400


Thesis Defense: Yujie Li

Advisor: Dr. Ting Tan MEASURE ADHESION OF BITUMINOUS AND CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS USING PARTICLE-PROBE SCANNING FORCE MICROSCOPY As the most important materials in civil engineering, bituminous and cementitious materials have been used widely in pavements and constructions for many years. Accurate Read more…


Thesis Defense: Roland Herrmann-Stanzel

Roland Herrmann-Stanzel will be presenting his thesis defense. Waterman Bldg. Rm. 455


Futures in STEM: Women in Academia and Research Panel

There will be a guided discussion and Q&A session regarding their paths to professorship, research, and experiences as women in STEM academia. Panelists will be: Shelby Kimmel, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Middlebury Mary Jane Simpson, Assistant Laboratory Professor in Chemistry/Biochemistry Read more…


Thesis Defense: Robert Lee Worley II

Advisor: Dr. Mandar M. Dewoolkar, Co-Advisor: Dr. Dryver R. Huston Acoustic Emission Sensing for Crack Monitoring in Prefabricated and Prestressed Reinforced Concrete Bridge Girders Prefabricated and pre-stressed reinforced concrete beams and girders are integral components of many highway structures, including Read more…


Transforming Clinical Trials with Digital Biomarkers

Perkins Bldg. Rm. 107 Pizza will be provided. ABSTRACT: Clinical trials are extensive, detailed research studies, which test the safety and efficacy of novel therapeutic interventions. On average, it takes 10 years and more than 2 billion dollars to bring Read more…