School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering



Details of seminars will appear on this page as soon as they are confirmed. Please keep checking for updates.

Seminar Series 2015/2016

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars take place during term-time on Thursdays, 4-5pm.

They are usually held in lecture theatre F16 in the Stephenson Building (please check each listing for the venue).

Forthcoming events

Thursday 1st June, 1pm to 2pm in F13 Stephenson Building
Postgraduate Research Student presentation 
Ratha Mathkor: "Sustainable Multi-generation Systems: Thermodynamic Modelling, Simulation and Economic Study"

Past events

The following seminars have already taken place this academic year. Click on the link to view an abstract.

Structure and Dynamics of Complex Fluids
Speaker: Dr Thomas Andrew Waigh (University of Manchester)

Time dependent actin bundling points beyond the classical filament image
Speaker: Dr Tamas Haraszti (Heidelberg University, Germany)

The modelling and computation of the convection of Bingham fluids in porous media
Speaker: Dr Andrew Rees (University of Bath)

Non-linear vibrations and resulting bending fatigue damage of cables on cable-stayed bridges
Speaker: Dr John Macdonald (University of Bristol)

How long will your artificial joints last?
Speaker: Professor Tony Unsworth (University of Durham)

Rheology of Natural Waters
Speaker: Professor Ian Jenkinson (Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Agence de Conseil et de Recherches Océanographiques)

Age-dependent Cellular Distribution of the Mammalian Lens Epithelium
Speaker: Dr Jun Jie Wu (University of Durham)

Nanofibrous architectures for wound healing
Speaker: Dr Elisa Mele (Loughborough University)

Postgraduate Research Student seminars
Speaker: Jiwai Lei:  "Turbulent premixed flame-wall interaction: A Direct Numerical Simulations analysis"
Speaker: Nursheila Wan Jusoh: "Passive Fire Protection"

Seminar Series Archive

The School has welcomed numerous eminent academic and industrial speakers from the UK and beyond in previous years.

See our archive from 2014/2015.