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Seminar: Enabling future manufacturing — additive manufacturing, machine learning and cybersecurity, April 4

Attend an Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks seminar about using machine learning to advance the manufacturing of soft viscoelastic materials for soft robotics and biomedical applications, and how to secure the process against cyber-attacks. Enabling future manufacturing: Additive manufacturing, machine learning and cybersecurityPresented by Nikhil Gupta, New York…

Seminar: Holistic Modeling and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems with Applications in Additive Manufacturing and Occupational Safety, April 1

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring ’22 Seminar Series event hosted by School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence Associate Professor Rong Pan that explores applications in inkjet printing additive manufacturing and occupational safety. Holistic Modeling and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems with Applications in Additive Manufacturing and Occupational SafetyPresented by Hongyue Sun, University of Buffalo Friday,…

Seminar: From Nano to Macro — Manufacturing Next-Generation Intelligent and Resilient Materials and Structures, March 22

Learn about manufacturing next-generation materials and structures from Missouri University of Science and Technology faculty member Chenglin Wu at the next School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment Seminar. From Nano to Macro: Manufacturing Next-Generation Intelligent and Resilient Materials and StructuresPresented by Chenglin Wu, Missouri University of Science and Technology Tuesday, March 22, 20221:30–2:30 p.m.College…

Seminar: Transforming data, modeling, and decision-making paradigms for water resources management, March 21

Join us at the next School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment seminar with Texas A&M University Assistant Professor Saurav Kumar. Transforming data, modeling, and decision-making paradigms for water resources managementPresented by Saurav Kumar, Texas A&M University Monday, March 21, 20221:30–2:30 p.m.College Avenue Commons (CAVC) 335, Tempe campus [map] Abstract Water resources management relies on data…

Seminar: Microplastic Pollution in Urban Environments: Sources, Pathways and Fates, February 23

In the next School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment seminar, learn about microplastic pollution in urban settings and how it moves through the environment. Microplastic Pollution in Urban Environments: Sources, Pathways & FatesPresented by Timnit Kefala, University of California, Santa Barbara Wednesday, February 23, 20223:15–4:15 p.m.College Avenue Commons (CAVC) 333, Tempe campus [map]…

Seminar: Online Monitoring of Big Data Streams — Roadmap and Recent Advances, February 25

Attend the upcoming IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring 2022 Seminar Series event with Professor Kaibo Liu from the University of Wisconsin-Madison to learn more about research advances in online monitoring of big data streams. Online Monitoring of Big Data Streams – Roadmap and Recent AdvancesPresented by Kaibo Liu, University of Wisconsin-Madison Friday, February 25, 2022Noon–1…

Seminar: Hydrologic Perspectives of Vegetation-Climate Interactions throughout Appalachia and its Applications to Science Policy, February 18

Attend the next School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment seminar with Charles I. Scaife, a hydrologist with the U.S. Department of Energy, to learn about strategies to better understand the connection between forests, climate and streamflow. Hydrologic Perspectives of Vegetation-Climate Interactions throughout Appalachia and its Applications to Science PolicyPresented by Charles I. Scaife,…

Seminar: Facility Location with Competition or Decision-dependent Uncertainty: Models, Algorithms and Extensions, February 18

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring 2022 Seminar Series event with University of Michigan Associate Professor Siquan Shen, who discusses strategic planning for customer demand and facilities. Facility Location with Competition or Decision-dependent Uncertainty: Models, Algorithms and ExtensionsPresented by Siqian Shen, University of Michigan Friday, February 18, 2022Noon–1 p.m.Attend on Zoom Abstract Facility…

Seminar: Developing Structural Equation Models for Commuter Rail while Analyzing Underlying Attitudes, February 10

Attend the next TOMNET Transportation Center Seminar to explore data analysis of commuter rail systems to better understand what riders want. This seminar is presented by Fulton Schools civil engineering alumnus De’Von Jennings. Developing Structural Equation Models for Commuter Rail while Analyzing Underlying AttitudesPresented by De’Von Jennings, University of California, Irvine Thursday, February 10, 20223:15–4:15…