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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Connecting imaging and computational mechanics through computer vision – 2/8/2016

Connecting imaging and computational mechanics through computer vision – 2/8/2016

Dr. David Lattanzi Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering Volgenau School of Engineering George Mason University Abstract: Advancements in 2D and 3D imaging have led to their widespread consideration as tools for the non-destructive evaluation (NDE) of engineered components. Modern imaging can capture sub-millimeter flaws and defects in materials, but the resulting scans do […]

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 2/15/2016

Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 2/15/2016

Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer Department of Mathematical Sciences Director, STEM Accelerator Program George Mason University (Abstract forthcoming)

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 2/22/2016

Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 2/22/2016

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 2/29/2016

Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 2/29/2016

Dr. Shu-Heng Chen Director,  AI-ECON  Research  Center,  Department  of Economics National  Chengchi  University, Taipei, Taiwan (Abstract forthcoming)

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on No Monday Seminar – Spring Break – 3/7/2016

No Monday Seminar – Spring Break – 3/7/2016

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on How Firing Rate Heterogeneity is Mediated by Intrinsic and Network Heterogeneity – 3/14/2016

How Firing Rate Heterogeneity is Mediated by Intrinsic and Network Heterogeneity – 3/14/2016

Cheng Ly Assistant Professor, Statistics & Operations Research Department Virginia Commonwealth University Abstract: Heterogeneity of neural attributes has recently gained a lot of attention and is increasing recognized as a crucial feature in neural processing. Recent experimental recordings in electric fish indicate that the heterogeneous network input can mediate response heterogeneity of superficial pyramidal cells […]

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 3/21/2016

Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 3/21/2016

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 3/28/2016

Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 3/28/2016

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 4/4/2016

Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 4/4/2016

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Monday Seminar, Upcoming Monday Seminars | Comments Off on Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 4/11/2016

Monday Seminar (Title TBC) – 4/11/2016

Dr. Casey Diekman Department of Mathematical Sciences New Jersey Institute of Technology

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