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3 Minute Thesis Heat?February 27, 2020  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/2/22 8:53) 
The Department of Mechanical Engineering is hosting our first Three Minute Thesis heat, a competition where graduate students have three minutes or less to present their thesis project and why it matters! Presentations will be judged by a panel of Mech faculty – as well as you: come cast your ballot for the people’s choice […]
Dr. Elfring and Dr. Frigaard win 2019 Killam Research Awards  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/2/12 3:45) 
Two Mechanical Engineering faculty members have been awarded prestigious UBC awards for research. Dr. Gwynn Elfring has won a Killam Research Fellowship (Junior Category) and Dr. Ian Frigaard has been awarded a Killam Research Prize (Senior Category). Dr. Elfring was awarded a Killam Research Fellowship in order to enable a study-leave pursuing his ongoing research […]
UBC News: New device identifies high-quality blood donors  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/2/11 7:42) 
Blood banks have long known about high-quality donors ? individuals whose red blood cells stay viable for longer in storage and in the recipient?s body. Now a new device developed at UBC is showing promise as a method to identify these ?super donors?, potentially helping more than 4.5 million patients who need blood transfusions every […]
Change to Tri-Agency paid parental leave policy  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/1/29 10:06) 
The Tri-Agencies (CIHR/NSERC/SSHRC) have announced a change to the paid parental leave policy. The change applies to holders of a graduate scholarship (such as CGS-M, CGS-D or other Tri-Agency Doctoral award, or a Vanier) or postdoctoral fellowship from the granting agencies, as well as to students and fellows who are paid from a supervisor?s Tri-Agency […]
Fluids Seminar?February 24, 2019?Professor Tim Colonius  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/1/29 9:35) 
Professor Tim Colonius from the California Institute of Technology will be presenting a talk on the “Challenges and opportunities in the simulation of bubbly, cavitating flows.”  Join us on February 24, 2020  in CEME 2202 from 4-5 PM. Abstract: Models and numerical methods for simulating bubbly, cavitating flows have benefitted from recent advances in sharp […]
Building Sustainable Futures?March 18, 2020?Holly Samuelson  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/1/25 9:23) 
On Buildings, Energy, and Health in a Changing Climate Speaker: Holly Samuelson, Harvard When: Wed, 18 March 2020 | 11:30 AM ? 12:30 PM Where: CIRS Building, BC Hydro Theatre (main floor), 2260 West Mall, Vancouver Tickets: Free, but please register here The Building Sustainable Futures seminar series aims to catalyze solutions-focused conversations around sustainability challenges, with a strong […]
Building Sustainable Futures?March 11, 2020?Mikhail Chester  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/1/25 9:12) 
Infrastructure and the Anthropocene Speaker: Dr. Mikhail Chester, Arizona State When: Wed, 11 March 2020 | 11:30 AM ? 12:30 PM Where: CIRS Building, BC Hydro Theatre (main floor), 2260 West Mall, Vancouver Tickets: Free, but please register here The Building Sustainable Futures seminar series aims to catalyze solutions-focused conversations around sustainability challenges, with a strong applied sciences flavour. The […]
Fluids Seminar?February 24, 2020?Professor Tim Colonius  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/1/25 8:58) 
Challenges and opportunities in the simulation of bubbly, cavitating flows Professor Tim Colonius California Institute of Technology When: February 24, 2020 | 4-5 PM Where: CEME 2202 | 6250 Applied Science Lane Abstract: Models and numerical methods for simulating bubbly, cavitating flows have benefitted from recent advances in sharp and diffuse interface-capturing schemes, but many […]
Fluids Seminar?February 10, 2020?Dr. Vaibhav Joshi  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/1/25 8:36) 
Modeling and Physics of Bat Flight Dr. Vaibhav Joshi When: February 10, 2019 | 4 PM Where: CEME 2202 | 6250 Applied Science Lane Abstract: Flexible multibody systems consisting of joints are found in applications ranging from biological, such as the musculoskeletal system of animals (bones connected by ligaments), to industrial applications in marine/offshore, rotor dynamics […]
Building Sustainable Futures?February 5, 2020?Susan Amrose  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2020/1/25 8:35) 
High-Performance, Off-Grid, Village-Scale Desalination for Rural India using Electrodialysis that is Cost-Competitive with On-Grid RO Speaker: Susan Amrose, MIT When: Wed, 5 February 2020 | 11:30 AM ? 12:30 PM Where: CIRS Building, BC Hydro Theatre (main floor), 2260 West Mall, Vancouver Tickets: Free, but please register here The Building Sustainable Futures seminar series aims to catalyze solutions-focused conversations around […]



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