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Mech 2 Hovercraft Design Competition  ?April 16, 2019  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2019/4/13 5:05) 
Engineering students defy gravity (and friction) in hovercraft competition Second-year mechanical engineering students will race remote-controlled hovercraft that float on a cushion of air, combining speed and control in a Hyperloop design challenge. Split into 20 teams, the class will address one of the technology?s fundamental premises: freeing transportation from the limitation imposed by friction […]
Call for Applications: CIHR, NSERC&SSHRC CGS Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplements?Deadline: May 2  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2019/4/12 1:33) 
The Canada Graduate Scholarships – Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement (CGS-MSFSS) Program supports high-calibre Canadian graduate students in building global linkages and international networks through the pursuit of exceptional research experiences at research institutions abroad. By accessing international scientific research and training, CGS-MSFSS recipients will contribute to strengthening the potential for collaboration between Canadian and foreign institutions. […]
Mech Faculty featured in APSC Paper Airplane Workshop + Competition  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2019/4/2 7:10) 
On Friday, March 29th, the Faculty of Applied Science hosted a paper airplane workshop and competition, with insights shared by several Mechanical Engineering faculty members: Attendees were first treated to four brief but fascinating talks: Dean James Olson on the history and properties of paper; Pete Ostafichuk on paper airplane ? or, to be more precise, paper glider ? […]
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TDPS presents The House of the Spirits, Isabel Allende?s magical family drama, in a poetic re-imagin  from UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies  (2019/3/24 12:04) 
Berkeley, Calif. ? March 2019 ? UC Berkeley?s Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies (TDPS) will cap off its 2018?2019 season with The House of the Spirits , a play by Caridad Svich based on the best-selling novel by Isabel Allende. Directed by Michael Moran, this poetic adaptation with Svich?s original songs runs April 26 through May 5 in the Playhouse at Zellerbach Hall. Patrons may purchase tickets for $13?20 through the TDPS online box office or at the door. Charting the rise and fall of the Trueba family in an unnamed Latin American country, the play spans five decades as the country moves through enormous socio-political changes that culminate in a devastating dictatorship. The play is told from the point of view of the youngest of three generations of women, Alba, who is held for interrogation by the government as the play opens. The swirling memories, frightening and amusing, lyrical and fantastic, illuminate the stage as Alba records her famil ...
Creating A Safer Volleyball  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2019/3/21 0:45) 
Photo: Rich Lam/UBC Thunderbirds Although volleyball is a limited-contact sport, many volleyball players still sustain concussions from unfortunate encounters with high-speed balls. Now investigators at the University of British Columbia have found that the brand and model of the volleyball that athletes use may play a role in determining their risk of injury. The researchers […]
Applied Mechanics Seminar?Feb 18, 2019?Dr. Jinkyu Yang  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2019/3/13 4:17) 
The Origin of Softness in Fibre Network  Dr. Tetsu Uesaka Professor Emeritus Mid Sweden University When: March 18, 2019 | 2 PM Where: CEME 1203| 6250 Applied Science Lane Abstract: Fibre network is a ubiquitous structure that is widely seen in plant cells and animal tissues, as well as industrial materials (papers and nonwoven materials). Nature uses […]
Fluids Seminar?Mar 18, 2019?Dr. Devesh Ranjan  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2019/3/13 3:50) 
Turbulent mixing in shock-driven variable-density flow Dr. Devesh Ranjan Associate Chair for Research and Associate Professor Georgia Institute of Technology When: March 18, 2019 | 2 PM Where: CEME 2202 | 6250 Applied Science Lane Abstract: Mixing is central to several important phenomena in nature and engineering. Rayleigh-Taylor (RT) and Richtmyer-Meshkov (RM) driven perturbations at […]
Emiko Uchiyama received an award from JSME  from Nakamura&Yamamoto Lab  (2019/3/12 15:54) 
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Beckett / Fornés / Pinter: Student-directed one-act plays confront issues of memory, communication,  from UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies  (2019/3/5 7:53) 
Berkeley, Calif. ? March 2019 ? UC Berkeley?s Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies (TDPS) presents Beckett / Fornés / Pinter: Student-Directed One-Act Plays. The showcase of unconventional, modernist plays will include Footfalls by Irish playwright Samuel Beckett, Silence by British playwright Harold Pinter, and Springtime by Cuban American playwright María Irene Fornés. The show opens Thursday, March 14 and continues through Sunday, March 17 in Durham Studio Theater at UC Berkeley. According to Prof. Peter Glazer, who is mentoring the student directors, the three plays share a central theme of the human desire to make sense of the world. Whether addressing memory, communication, or relationships, Glazer said, ?the plays are about losing something that still lives in us, that doesn’t go away, and how we try to come to terms with that.? Unlike more traditional works, Silence relegates a sense of plot to the periphery, an ...



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