Engineering Physics Department Colloquium

Dr. Bradley J. Micklich, Radiation Physicist Photon Sciences Directorate at Argonne National Laboratory, will discuss the APS upgrade and discuss progress to date on the radiation physics issues, in particular the effects of machine design on beam losses around the …

Engineering Physics Department Colloquium

Kevin Eliceiri, PhD, Director of the Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation Director of the FabLab at the Morgridge Institute for Research, will discuss developing imaging technologies that span the range of resolution and scale from sub-micron to several mms …

BME Spring Seminar: Cardiovascular Soft Tissues in Time and Space

Presented by

Colleen Witzenburg, Ph.D.; Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Virginia


Cardiovascular soft tissues serve critical mechanical functions within the body, but pathologic changes to these tissues alter their material properties causing disruption or reduction in function. This loss can be

Engineering Physics Department Colloquium

Jessica Lovering, Director of the Energy Program at The Breakthrough Institute, will go through the history of nuclear costs and learning curves to show that nuclear has not followed the trend of other energy technologies.…

Engineering Physics Department Colloquium

Assistant Professor Benjamin Peherstorfer, Department of Mechanical Engineering at UW-Madison, will focus this talk on the multifidelity Monte Carlo method that samples low- and high-fidelity models to accelerate the Monte Carlo estimation of statistics of the high-fidelity model outputs.…

Engineering Physics Department Colloquium

Dr. Francesco Ganda, Principal Nuclear Engineer at Argonne National Laboratory, will start this talk by exploring the relationship between the potential expansion of nuclear energy and its economic performance, in order to frame the importance of the correct assessment of …

BME Spring Seminar: Systems Approaches for Understanding Antimicrobial Efficacy

Presented by

Jason Yang, Ph.D.; Postdoctoral Associate, MIT


All living organisms possess the incredible ability to integrate several diverse, dynamic and often contradictory biochemical signals in eliciting complex responses. Cellular responses to environmental cues underlie human health and disease processes …