Join the Wayne State Insiders at the College of Engineering on Wednesday, June 1 to learn about Warriors in Action impacting the environment in Michigan and throughout the world.
We’ll hear from Shawn McElmurry, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and expert in infrastructure, sustainable development and pollutants in surface water systems. Carol Miller, professor of civil and environmental engineering will talk about her work in initiatives to promote healthy freshwater ecosystems in urban environments. We’ll also meet students working on research projects in these and other environmental fields.
The Wayne State Insiders includes alumni, friends, students, parents, faculty and staff who serve as informal ambassadors for Wayne State and our Midtown community. We welcome anyone excited about the positive impact of WSU and Detroit’s urban renewal. The more we learn, the more we can share, and the greater our collective impact can be.
The Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (IEHS) / Center for Urban Responses to Environmental Stressors (CURES) (P30E020957)
Invite the University Community to
our Thursday afternoon Seminar,
"Wearable Electrochemical Gas Sensor Arrays for Real-Time Air Quality Monitoring"
Andrew Mason Ph.D.
Advanced Micro System and Circuits (AMSAC) Group
Michigan State University College of Engineering
Join us in Seminar Room 1D
6135 Woodward Ave
Thursday, June 2nd 2016
12: 30 PM - 1: 30 PM
For additional information, please contact
Robert Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org or
ESTECO Academy co-organizes with the CInDI Lab. the workshop on Advanced methodologies for effective data-driven optimization to be held on June 9th 2016 at the Wayne State University. The focus of the workshop is to discuss and explore the use of latest numerical optimization techniques to study, design and optimize product models involving big amount of data. Nowadays, the combination of simulation models able to capture the physical phenomena characterizing complex behaviors with advanced optimization strategies techniques offers enormous potentials for detailed analysis and virtual prototyping. The workshop will be held at the Computational Intelligence and Design Informatics (CInDI) Laboratory of Wayne State University (Engineering Development Center Building) with the support of ESTECO Academy. The schedule of the workshop includes, scholar and technical presentations on various optimization cases, given by Wayne State Professors and Researchers, Prof. Enrico Nobile from the University of Trieste (Italy) and the guest speakers from Ford Research and Advanced Engineering. The workshop will also include the training session on modeFRONTIER during the afternoon.
8:00am | Registration and welcome coffee
8:30am | Opening and presentation of the Computational Intelligence and Design Informatics (CInDI) Laboratory
8:45am | CInDI Lab presentations
10:00am | Seminar: Prof. Enrico Nobile - University of Trieste (Italy): The Multi-disciplinary Optimization Approach to Product Design and RSM-based Optimization: “Shape Optimization a Real-life Example of a Pump”
10:30am | Coffee Break
11:00am | Industry perspective #1: Zhendan Xue, Ph.D - ESTECO with a FOCUS ON: MVA analysis for problem complexity handling and then FOCUS ON: Response Surface Methodologies based optimization formulations for high-dimensional data
12:00pm | ESTECO Academy program > presentation
12:30pm | Light Lunch
1:30pm | Industry perspective #2: Hongyi Xu - Ford Research & Advanced Engineering
3:00pm-6:00pm Hands-on workshop > modeFRONTIER in the Simulation Lab, Room 2060 in the Manufcaturing Engineering Building