BME Seminar Series: Sectioning with Single-View Structured Illumination

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Charles DiMarzio, Ph.D.; Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University

Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) is one of three super-resolution imaging techniques that won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2014. Structured illumination microscopy is also …

BME Seminar: Finding Low-Dimensional Structure in Large-Scale Neural Datasets

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Eva Dyer, Ph.D.; Assistant Professor, W.H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering; Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University

Corrine Bahr Memorial Seminar

Explosions in both high-throughput imaging and machine learning have provided immense potential for data-driven discovery in …

Global Hot Spots

Hear the latest on global issues from a UW–Madison expert. In this installment of Global Hot Spots, Wilson will address how new reactor technologies and changing energy and environmental policies may offer hope for a continued role for nuclear power …

Recent Progress in Validating POLARIS and PARCS for USNRC Use

This talk will focus on recent efforts to validate the POLARIS lattice physics method and PARCS core simulator against relevant experimental data and plant benchmarks to support the use of these tools in confirmatory analysis at NRC.…

BME Spring Seminar: Engineering Human CNS Morphogenesis In Vitro

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Randolph S. Ashton, Ph.D.; Asst. Professor of Biomedical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) possess the emergent properties necessary to recapitulate developmental processes ex vivo and give rise to organotypic cultures and tissues. If harnessed, …