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Events: 2012/04

  • 05 Apr 2012
    4:30 pm EDT 
    to 07 Apr 2012
    1:00 pm EDT 

    Enhance Your Teaching Effectiveness Using Resources

    Category: conference/workshop

    Issues and opportunities for designing effective learning environments in nanoscale science and engineering using resources. Registration is open through February 27 or until all seats are filled.

  • 06 Apr 2012
    11:30 am EDT 
    to 4:30 pm EDT 

    SIAM@Purdue's 4th Annual Computational Science and Engineering Student Conference (CSESC)

    Category: conference/workshop

    This student conference is organized primarily by the officers of Purdue’s chapter of SIAM and is geared to providing an opportunity for students here at Purdue to present their interdisciplinary computational research. This conference unites students in multiple disciplines across Purdue, as...

  • 24 Apr 2012
    11:00 am EDT 
    to 12:00 pm EDT 

    Webinar: CAD Tools for Co-simulation and Modelling of MEMS Devices, Associated Electronics and Packaging- Part 2

    Category: other

    Abstract: This talk will present how MEMS CAD tools coupled with standard analog and digital design tools may be used for the co-simulation and modeling of MEMS devices, their associated electronics and packaging in commercial MEMS systems. Examples will be given of important co-design issues...

  • 26 Apr 2012
    8:00 am EDT 
    to 27 Apr 2012
    2:00 pm EDT 

    Nanodays 2012 at Purdue

    Category: other

    Come to Purdue's Birck Nanotechnology Center for an exciting event showcasing nanoscience and nanotechnology for people of all ages. Lots of hands-on activities and demonstrations. Nanodays is free and open to the public, Thursday and Friday, April 26 & 27, from 9am-3pm.


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