Spring 2018 IB Seminar Series

Join us Fridays from 2:15 to 3:15 p.m. in Auburn Science (Biology) B201. Note location for BRIC speakers [green rows] is Goodyear, 229 (auditorium).

Speaker

Department

Affiliation

Date

Title

No Seminar

19-Jan

Dr. Kaare Jensen

Physics

Technical University of Denmark

26-Jan

Fortress Plant: Physical Defence Strategies in the Vegetal World

Dr. Wei Zhang

Mechanical Engineering

Cleveland State University

2-Feb

Flow Control Strategy Inspired By Nature

Dr. Jacquelyn Nagel

Engineering

James Madison University

9-Feb

Systematic Design of Biologically Inspired Engineering Solutions 

Dr. Noah Cowan

Mechanical Engineering

The Johns Hopkins University

16-Feb

Closed-Loop Analysis of Sensorimotor Systems

Dr. Orkan Telhan

School of Design

University of Pennsylvania

23-Feb

New Mediums of Life

Dr. Joel Burken

Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Missouri University of Science & Technology

2-Mar

Plants As Bio-Sentinels: What Mother Nature Can Tell Us About Our Exposures

Dr. Barbara Imhof

Biomimetics/Architecture

Liquifer Systems Group (Vienna)

9-Mar

Dare to Leave the Capsule

Dr. Mattia Gazzola

Mechanical Engineering

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

16-Mar

Design of Soft Machines

Dr. Wendy Kellog

Urban Studies

Cleveland State University

23-Mar

Exploring Place through Multiple Framework and Methods: A Case Study of the Chagrin River Watershed

NO SEMINAR

SPRING BREAK

 

30-Mar

 

Dr. Vinny Manoharan

Physics

Harvard

6-Apr

What Birds Have Taught Us About Structural Color

Dr. Peter Galison

History of Science

Harvard

13-Apr

CANCELLED: To Be Rescheduled Fall 2018

Dr. Alexandre Soares Rosado

Microbiology

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

20-Apr

TBA

Dr. Corey Maggiano

Anthropology

University of West Georgia

27-Apr

Bone Histomorphometry and Chronological Stable Isotope analysis with Perspectives from Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology

John Blakeman

Industry

Meadow Enivronments LLC

4-May

Tallgrass Prairie Biology — A Unique Ecosystem; Profound Historical and Modern Impacts