Please note that, unless otherwise indicated, all seminars take place during term-time on Thursdays, 4-5pm, usually in the Stephenson Building (please check each listing for the venue).
To date the following seminars have been arranged for 2012/13. This page will be updated as more seminars are confirmed.
20th June *3.15pm in Stephenson Building, room M9 (to be confirmed)*
Prof Ieuan Owen (University of Lincoln)
"Applying maritime helicopter flight simulation research to the aerodynamic design of ship superstructures"
24th June *in Stephenson Building, room F1*
Prof Richard Kaner (UCLA)
"Exploring the Synthesis and Applications of Graphene"
Ali Daraji: "Active vibration control using optimally located sensors and actuators"
Mohamed Kashada: "Optimisation of sensor and actuator location for active vibration reduction of flexible structures, with greatly improved computational efficiency by exploiting symmetry"
James Humphrey "Fire behaviour of aerospace composites"
Dr Shoufeng Yang (University of Southampton)
"From music to sand painting—a new multiple materials additive manufacturing method"
Tuesday 27th November
Professor Peter Robinson (The Robert Gordon University)
"The photocatalytic destruction of cyanotoxins in water"
Friday 30th November
Dr Pedro Ortiz (Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd)
"Nanopore sensing: nanoscience made into viable technology"
Friday 15th March
Professor Yang-Tse Cheng (University of Kentucky, USA)
"Understanding and mitigating diffusion-induced-stresses and fracture in lithium ion battery electrodes"
Dr Edward Richardson (University of Southampton)
"Development of sub-grid modelling through Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Combustion"
Dr Wolfgang Unger (BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Germany)
"Research and Standardisation Efforts in Surface Characterisation at BAM in Support of New Technology"
John Morris (Parsons Brinckerhoff)
"Rail Electrification: description of principal features and technical rationale of power supply and overhead line equipment"
Alexander Romanovsky (Professor of Computing Science, School of Computing Science)
"The SafeCap approach to signalling and capacity assessment of railway junctions"
The School has welcomed numerous eminent academic and industrial speakers from the UK and beyond in previous years. Click on the links below to see details and view abstracts.