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School Research Seminars

Special Guest Seminar

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Flow and Plasma Chemistry – Disruptive Technologies Transform Industry through Theme-based Approach

12-1pm, MS.02, Zeeman Building, followed by a buffet lunch.

We welcome Professor Volker Hessel from the University of Adelaide for a special lecture.

All welcome to attend, but registration is essential.

For full abstract and to register, please click here.

These seminars are an opportunity to hear short/accessible talks on research undertaken in the School. All staff, research students, and final-year undergrads are welcome. There will be two speakers per 45min seminar.

Programme for Term 2 2018-19

The seminars are on Wednesday afternoons in LIB1. Time: 12:45-13.30 (lunch available from 12.30)

Wednesday 30th January

Dr Adam Noel: 'Biophysical Communication and Signal Processing' Abstract

Dr Joanna Collingwood: 'Measurement and modelling of metals in the brain' Abstract

Wednesday 13th February

Dr Yunfei Chen: 'Multiple Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Relaying' Abstract

Dr Petr Denissenko: 'Random walks in fluids and by fluids' Abstract

Wednesday 27th February

Dr Vishal Shah: 'Power Electronics: cooking up group IV semiconductor materials' Abstract

Dr Simon Leigh: '3D printing - more than just plastic trinkets' Abstract

Wednesday 6th March

Dr Reyes Garcia: 'Tests on concrete elements confined with external post-tensioned metal straps' Abstract

Dr Mark Leeson: 'Underwater optical wireless communications' Abstract

Programme for Term 1 2018-19

Wednesday 10th October

Dr Weisi Guo: 'Are We Stronger in an Increasingly Connected World?' (Abstract)

Prof. Jennifer Wen: 'Safety of Low Carbon Technology' (Abstract)

Wednesday 24th October

Dr Isaac Liu: 'Nanomechanical Characterization of Biological Cells' (Abstract)

Dr Neil Evans: ‘Inside the human locomotive: the measureable, the knowable and the unknowable’ (Abstract)

Wednesday 7th November

Dr Leandro Pecchia: 'Resilience of medical devices in low-resource settings: preliminary results from field studies in Benin' (Abstract)

Dr Merih Kucukler: 'Seeking stability in fire for stainless steel structures' (Abstract) 

Wednesday 21st November

Prof. Evgeny Rebrov: 'Fast temperature modulation of chemical reactors - The way to enhance process selectivity via kinetic resolution' (Abstract)

Dr Irwanda Laory: 'An introduction to structural health monitoring' (Abstract)


Programme for Term 3 2017-18
Friday 27th April

Dr Peter Gammon: ‘An introduction to silicon carbide power device research in the School of Engineering’. (Abstract) (Presentation slides)

Prof. Wanda Lewis: 'Form finding design'. (Abstract) (Presentation slides)

Friday 11th May

Prof. Declan Bates: 'Computational simulation of patients with respiratory disease - what is it good for?'. (Abstract) (Presentation slides)

Prof. Peter Thomas: 'Sharks, bullets, eddy decay and other things'. (Abstract)

Friday 25th May

Dr Stana Zivanovic: 'Humans and Lively Slender Structures'. (Abstract) (Presentation)

Dr. James Kermode: 'Atomic-scale modelling of fracture: from stress corrosion cracking to catastrophic brittle fracture'. (Abstract) (Presentation)

Friday 8th June

Prof. Jihong Wang: 'EPSRC funded project IMAGES'. (Abstract) (Presentation)

Dr. Stan Shire: 'Thermal transformers, harvesting and storing medium temperature heat'. (Abstract) (Presentation)