University of Wisconsin Madison College of Engineering

Upcoming Events

  1. Thursday, April 17

    12:00 PM to 12:50 PM

    Lindbergh Lecture: Innovative surface engineering approaches for demanding tribological applications

    1800 Engineering Hall

    In this presentation, the design principles for innovative surface engineering and coatings providing low friction and extreme resistance to wear and scuffing will be reviewed and the fundamental mechanisms involved in their superior tribological performance will be provided.

    ME department

    medept@engr.wisc.edu

    608/263-5372

  2. Thursday, April 10

    12:00 PM to 12:50 PM

    The Lindbergh Lectures - Information-friendly Patent Websites, Article Databases and Impact Resources

    1800 Engineering Hall, 1415 Engineering Drive

    Bring your laptop or mobile device to learn about and try out powerful time-saving, info.friendly patent websites, article databases and impact resources.

    ME department

    medept@engr.wisc.edu

    608/263-5372

  3. Thursday, April 3

    12:05 PM to 12:05 PM

    Myers-Uyehara special Lindbergh seminar - Engineering the flame: Perspectives from fundamental combustion

    1800 Engineering Hall

    Engineering the flame: Perspectives from fundamental combustion
    Presented by: Prof. Chung K. Law

  4. Tuesday, April 1

    12:05 PM to 12:05 PM

    ME Faculty candidate seminar - Additive manufacturing: Advanced manufacturing of polymer and composite components

    1610 Engineering Hall

    Additive manufacturing: Advanced manufacturing of polymer and composite components
    Presented by Dr.-Ing. Natalie Rudolph

  5. Thursday, March 27

    1:45 AM to 12:05 PM

    The Lindbergh lectures - The time dimension, time discretization , and a theory of evolution: F=ma

    1800 Engineering Hall

    The time dimension, time discretization, and a theory of evolution: F=ma
    Presented by Prof. Kumar K. Tamma

  6. Tuesday, March 25

    12:05 PM to 12:05 PM

    Mechanical Engineering Faculty Candidate Seminar - Mechanical loading decreases osteolysis and tumor formation via effects on bone remodeling

    1025 Engineering Centers Building

    Mechanical loading decreases osteolysis and tumor formation via effects on bone remodeling
    Presented by Maureen Lynch, Ph.D.