Pablo Zavattieri

MICDE Seminar: Pablo Zavattieri, Professor, Civil Engineering, Purdue University

1303 EECS 1301 Beal Ave, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Bio: Dr. Pablo Zavattieri is a Professor of Civil Engineering and University Faculty Scholar at Purdue University. Zavattieri received his BS/MS degrees in Nuclear Engineering from the Balseiro Institute (Argentina) and PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering from Purdue University. He worked at the General Motors Research and Development Center as a staff researcher for 9 […]

Bo Zhu

MICDE Seminar: Bo Zhu, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Dartmouth College

1303 EECS 1301 Beal Ave, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Bio: Bo Zhu is an assistant professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth College. Prior to that, he was a postdoctoral associate at MIT CSAIL. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 2015. His research interests encompass computer graphics, computational physics, and computational fabrication. In particular, he focuses on building computational approaches […]

Allen Sanderson

MICDE Seminar: Allen Sanderson, Research Scientist, Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, The University of Utah

Johnson Rooms, Lurie Engineering Center, 3rd Floor LEC 3213ABC 1221 Beal Ave., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Bio: Allen Sanderson, Ph.D. is a Research Scientist at the University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute. His interest lies in visualization and analysis of large data coming from application areas ranging from plasma physics to combustion. Recently he has focused on new ways to utilize in situ data analysis and visualization which often […]

Andrew Wetzel

MICDE Seminar: Andrew Wetzel, Assistant Professor, Physics, University of California, Davis

411 West Hall (1085 S. University) 1085 S. University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Bio: Professor Wetzel is an assistant professor in the physics department and in the astrophysics and cosmology group at the University of California, Davis. He is a theoretical/computational astrophysicist and cosmologist. Using the world’s most powerful supercomputers, he generates cosmological simulations to model the formation of cosmic structures, including galaxies and their stars. He uses […]

Amir Salaree

MICDE Seminar: Amir Salaree, Postdoctoral Fellow, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan

RM1528, 1100 North University Building

Due to unforeseen circumstances the originally scheduled talk by Professor Brandon Johnson has been cancelled and replaced with the following seminar. Theoretical and Computational Contributions to the Modeling of Global Tsunamis The distribution of tsunami amplitudes in the open ocean is controlled by source mechanism as well as bathymetry geometry and resolution, with the latter […]

John Harlim

POSTPONED – MICDE/AIM Seminar: John Harlim, Professor, Mathematics and Meteorology, Penn State University

Bio: John Harlim is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences. Harlim received his undergraduate degree in Mathematics from the Universitas Padjadaran (Indonesia), a master’s from the University of Guelph in Applied Mathematics, and a PhD in Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computation from the University of Maryland […]