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MECH 2 Competition: April 18, 2018Front Page?MECH 2 Competition v2  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/11 7:58) 
Join us for the final MECH 2 Competition of the 2017/2018 school year! In teams of 6-7, second year MECH students are creating remote-controlled ships to perform certain functions of the autonomous landing platforms used by SpaceX. Their vessels will have to move quickly, maneuver around obstacles, keep position (to receive rocket booster), and maintain stability in waves, while transporting rocket booster models. Competition schedule: April 18, 2018 9:30 – 11 am – Poster presentations ( EDC 102) 11 am – 2 pm – Competition ( KAIS 1180) Student teams only have about 2 weeks to complete their designs. Want to see how their designs do? Come watch the 20 teams compete!
Professor Emeritus Mel Gordon Dies at 71  from UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies  (2018/4/7 7:37) 
Melvin Gordon, a multifaceted theater scholar who was a world expert in Stanislavsky and acting theory, died on March 22 in Richmond, Calif., due to complications of renal failure. He was 71. Gordon spent much of his career at the University of California, Berkeley?s department of theater, dance, and performance studies (formerly the department of dramatic art) at UC Berkeley as a faculty member from 1990-2015. While at Berkeley, the inquisitive and light-hearted Gordon was known for lively and provocative undergraduate teaching, which included theater history, playwriting, acting, and a very popular course on bad acting. He also taught about less-studied theater traditions in circus and Yiddish theater. Gordon?s wide range of publications included books and articles on Commedia dell’arte (Lazzi); Yiddish theater; the Grand Guignol (1988/1997); and a number of more or less sensational aspects of German popular and political culture of the 1920s and 1930s: ?Voluptuous Panic ...
Call for Nominations: CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award?Deadline: May 25, 2018  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/7 1:25) 
UBC graduate programs are invited to submit nominations for the CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award in the fields of (i) Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Engineering and (ii) Social Sciences. Please note that this award is very competitive – PhD dissertations from universities across North America are forwarded to this competition. MECH will only forward nominations that are competitive with those from top PhDs throughout North America. Nomination deadline: Friday, 25 May 2018 Further information: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/cgsproquest-distinguished-dissertation-award
New Research Monograph Edited by Srikantha Phani PublishedFront Page?Srikanth Book6  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/6 2:38) 
The MECH Department wishes to congratulate Associate Professor Dr. Srikantha Phani on the publication of a research monograph he co-edited. Dynamics of Lattice Materials covers lattice materials and their dynamic responses, and serves a reference for practitioners and researchers with a background in the mechanics of materials, vibrations, and material physics. From the book’s publisher: “ Key features [of this book]: Comprehensive treatment of dynamics of lattice materials and periodic materials in general, including phononic crystals and elastic metamaterials Provides an in-depth introduction to elastostatics and elastodynamics of lattice materials Covers advanced topics such as damping, nonlinearity, instability, impact and nanoscale systems Introduces contemporary concepts including pentamodes, local resonances and inertial amplification Includes chapters on fast computation and design optimization tools Topics are introduced using simple systems ...
Brian Carter, President and CEO of Seaspan Shipyards, Visits the NAME ProgramSeaspan Photo small-1Se  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/4/3 6:47) 
On March 23, 2018 UBC’s Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (NAME) program hosted Brian Carter, President and Chief Executive Officer of Seaspan Shipyards. Mr. Carter spent the morning with the NAME program directors, touring facilities, and meeting with members of the Sailbot and SUBC student design teams. Both teams shared updates on their projects, including demonstrating their recent work – SUBC’s human-powered submarine and Sailbot’s recently recovered autonomous sailboat , Ada . Over lunch, Mr. Carter gave a talk on the status of the shipbuilding industry in Canada to over 80 MECH faculty, undergraduate and graduate students. He shared the exciting challenges and opportunities the company faces in designing and building 17 non-combat vessels for the Canadian Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Navy, and how the shipping industry benefits many other sectors in. His overall message spoke to the importance of the marine industry in Canada ...
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Rio Tinto Graduate Scholarships?Deadline: April 12, 2018  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/3/29 5:15) 
Rio Tinto Graduate Scholarships As part of its ongoing commitment to innovation and research, Rio Tinto offers an $18,000 graduate scholarship for a UBC graduate student in a field of pure or applied science related to Rio Tinto?s activities. (Preferred areas of activity are as follows: Hydrometallurgy; Environment; Electrolysis; Analytical technologies; Aluminium metallurgy; and Modeling and control systems.) Deadline for nominations to admissions@mech.ubc.ca : 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, 12 April 2018 Further details are available on the G+PS Awards page: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/rio-tinto-graduate-scholarship-program Questions can be directed to graduate.awards@ubc.ca .
March 28th, 2018?The Oil&Gas Initiative Speaker Series: Dr. John M. ShawThe Oil and Gas Initiative?2  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2018/3/29 5:09) 
Speaker:  Dr. John M. Shaw Date/Time:  Wednesday, March 28th at 6:00pm Location:  Chemical & Biological Engineering Room 102 Hosts:  The Oil and Gas Initiative Title:  Selection and Validation of PVT and Energy Models for Process Design Calculations Involving Hydrocarbons and Hydrocarbon + Water Mixtures Please see image below for more info:
Mr. Takuya Ohashi was awarded JSME Miura Award  from Nakamura&Yamamoto Lab  (2018/3/23 14:28) 
Mr. Takuya Ohashi (master course student) was awarded Miura Award from the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. ?? ?? ???????????????????
3rd UTokyo-SNU Joint Workshop  from Nakamura&Yamamoto Lab  (2018/3/22 13:55) 
The 3rd Seoul National University – University of Tokyo Joint Workshop was held on Feb. 19 and 20 at Seoul National University. We would like to thank Prof. Frank Park, his colleagues and students for their hospitality. 2/19, 20??????????????joint workshop???????? Frank Park???????????????????????workshop???????????????????



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