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Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Dr Ajit Yoganathan

Dr Ajit Yoganathan
Georgia Institute of Technology and Emroy University, USA

31 May 2012
Utilizing Engineering Principles to Understand and Improve Single Ventricle Physiology: Patient Specific Surgical Planning for the Fontan Procedure

1 June 2012
Surgical Repair of the Mitral Valve: In-vitro Engineering Studies

Abstracts and Biographical Details

 

Professor Nair Rodriguez Hornedo

Professor Nair Rodriguez-Hornedo
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

28 June 2011
Cocrystal Solubility and Thermodynamic Stability and Pharmaceutical Implications

29 June 2011
Engneering Cocrystal Thermodynamic Stability and Eutectic Points via Micellar Solubilization and Ionization

Abstracts and Biographical Details

 

Professor Thomas Bein

Professor Thomas Bein
University of Munich
Munich, Germany

20 January 2011
Mesoporous Titania Nanostructures for Hybrid Solar Cells

21 January 2011
Dynamics of Guest Molecules in Nanoscale Channel Systems

Abstracts and Biographical Details

 

Professor Tsu-Wei Chou

Professor Tsu-Wei Chou
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware, USA

3 June 2010

An Assessment of the Science and Technology of Carbon Nanotube-Based Fibers and Composites

4 June 2010
Carbon Nanotube-Based Health Monitoring of Fiber Composites

Abstracts and Biographical Details

 

Professor Gang Bao

Professor Gang Bao
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

29 October 2009
Nanomedicine: Developing Nanotechnology for Medicine

30 October 2009
RNA Detection in Living Cells Using Molecular Beacons

Abstracts and Biographical Details

 

Professor Paul Kohl

Professor Paul Kohl
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

10 November 2008
Scaling in Microelectronics: The Ramifications on Dielectrics and Interconnect

11 November 2008
New Approaches to Interconnect for Integrated Circuits

Abstracts and Bibliographic Details

 

Professor William Curtin
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island, USA

14 May 2008
Reliability Begins at the Bottom: Multiscale Modeling of Failure in Fiber-reinforced Composites

15 May 2008
Mechanical Properties of Carbon-Nanotube Ceramic Matrix Composites

Abstracts and Biographical Details