Seminars – Fall 2022 Semester

Levich Institute Fall, 2022 Semester Seminar Schedule

All Levich Institute Seminars Scheduled on Tuesdays at 2:00 PM

Steinman Hall, #124 (Exhibit Room), City College of CUNY, 160 Convent Avenue, New York, NY
Please be advised that there will be simultaneous Zoom links for all seminars but we encourage in-person attendance if at all possible

Click on date for meeting schedule with speaker (if any)

DateSpeakerAffiliationSeminar Title/Notes
09/13/2022Professor Hassan MasoudProfessor Hassan MasoudMichigan Tech University Mechanical Engineering/Engineering Mechanics Department“Design and Analysis of Marangoni Surfers"

Zoom Link
09/20/2022Professor Eric WeeksProfessor Eric WeeksEmory University
Physics Department
“In Sheared Highly Polydisperse Emulsions, Large Droplets Cause Trouble for Smaller Droplets"

Zoom Link
09/27/2022NO SEMINAR**************
10/04/2022NO SEMINAR**************
10/11/2022NO SEMINARSociety of Rheology Meeting
10/18/2022NO SEMINAR**************
10/25/2022Professor Nathan KeimProfessor Nathan KeimPenn State University
Physics Department
"Revealing and Erasing History in a Soft Jammed Solid"
11/01/2022Professor Peter BaloghProfessor Peter BaloghNew Jersey Institute of Technology
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
"Computational Modeling of Cell-Resolved Flows in the Microcirculation, with Application to Wall Shear Stress Characteristics during Angiogenesis"
11/08/2022Professor Katherine JensenProfessor Katharine JensenWilliams College, Physics Department"Elastocapillary Adhesion"
11/15/2022NO SEMINARAIChE Annual Meeting
11/22/2022NO SEMINARAPS Fluid Dynamics Meeting
11/29/2022Jose MorillaDr. Jose MorillasLevich Institute visiting research scholar with Professor Jeffrey Morris"Yield Stress Modeling in Magnetorheological Fluid"
12/06/2022Professor Gordon ChristopherProfessor Gordon ChristopherTexas Tech University
Mechanical Engineering Department
"How Can We Manipulate the Properties of Particle Laden Interfaces?"
12/13/2022person-placeholderDr. Benjamin OckoBrookhaven National Labs"Surface Freezing"
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