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  1. Introduction to MEAs - Soccer Ball MEA

    29 Jul 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    This is the MEA that we used as in introduction to "What are Model-Eliciting Activities (MEAs)". This is a good activity to complete in one class hour to get the class started in understanding problem scoping and modeling. Before completing this MEA, one should watch the MEA Video 1 that...

  2. Introduction to NanoRoughness MEA - Sandpaper Acitivity

    29 Jul 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    This is the activity that we completed prior to the NanoRoughness MEA. This activity helps us think about how and why we define roughness on the macro scale. After this activity we introduce the NanoRoughness MEA, where we think about defining roughness on the nanoscale for the established...

  3. NanoRoughness MEA - Teaching Materials

    29 Jul 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    These are the teaching materials for the NanoRoughness Model-Eliciting Activity (MEA). This includes: background information, the memo that describes the problem, and the raw data.

  4. NanoRoughness MEA - Training Materials

    29 Jul 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    This consists of some training materials for the NanoRoughness MEA. This consists mostly of sample solutions and the expert analysis of the sample solutions. The five MEAs that we reviewed in training are attached here. Also attached is an expert review of sample individual question responses.

  5. NanoRoughness MEA - Grading Materials

    29 Jul 2013 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    These materials include the Instructor MEA Feedback and Assessment Package (I-MAP), the shortened grading rubrics, and modified rubrics (created based on conversations in training).

  6. Corrosion Mechanisms in Magnetic Recording Media

    29 Jul 2013 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): Brian Demczyk

    This presentation describes the corrosion process in longitudinal and perpendicular recording media, based upon electron and scanning probe microscopic analysis.

  7. [Illinois]: Neural Systems Modeling Ch 6-9 Master Tool

    26 Jul 2013 | Tools | Contributor(s): Jessica S Johnson, NanoBio Node

    Combination of all tools used in Chapters 6-9 of Neural Systems Modeling by Anastasio

  8. Mathematical Models & Model Development Process

    29 Jul 2013 | Animations | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    This is the first of three modules on Model-Eliciting Activities. (The DAY 1 Training presentation refers to this as the MEA 1 video. This video should be watched during or before DAY 1 Training.)

  9. Problem Formulation & Problem Identification

    29 Jul 2013 | Animations | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    This is the second of three modules on Model-Eliciting Activities. (The DAY 1 Training presentation refers to this as the MEA 2 video. This video should be watched during or before DAY 1 Training.)

  10. High Quality Mathematical Model Solutions

    29 Jul 2013 | Animations | Contributor(s): Heidi A Diefes-Dux, Kelsey Joy Rodgers, Paul Branham, Krishna Madhavan

    This is the third of three modules on Model-Eliciting Activities. (This is referred to as MEA video 3 on DAY 3 Training. This should be watched prior or during DAY 3 Training.)

  11. Green's Function For Radial Heat Conduction in Two-Region Composite Cylinders With Imperfect Boundary Contact

    31 Jul 2013 | Publications | Contributor(s): Donald E. Amos

    This paper presents the derivation of the Green's function for composite cylinders 0a with contact resistance on the surface r=a.

  12. [Illinois] GEM4 Bionanotechnology Summer Institute 2013

    01 Aug 2013 | Workshops

    INSTITUTE FOCUS:Cancer Nanotechnology and Cellular MechanicsOBJECTIVESThe overall objective is to enhance the ability to address overarching challenges in the areas of Cancer Nanotechnology and Mechanobiology. Highly interdisciplinary in nature, the 2013 Summer Institute will offer faculty...

  13. International HPC Summer School 2013

    21 Aug 2013 | Workshops

    The U.S. National Science Foundation's Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) project, the European Union Seventh Framework Program's Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE), and RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science (AICS) have collaborated to...

  14. SPICE Models for Magnetic Tunnel Junctions Based on Monodomain Approximation

    21 Aug 2013 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Xuanyao Fong, Sri Harsha Choday, Panagopoulos Georgios, Charles Augustine, Kaushik Roy

    Models for simulating a magnetic tunnel junction in HSPICE. The usage description is included in the "USAGE" text file included in the archive. The libraries are encrypted and have been tested in HSPICE-G-2012.06, HSPICE-E-2010.12-SP2 and HSPICE-D-2010.03-SP1. The archives are named according to...

  15. [Illinois] A Brief Overview of Cell Biology: Focus on Biomolecules and Their Contribution to the Mechanical Properties of Cells, Part I

    05 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Scott Siechen


    Scott attended Indiana University and received his Bachelors Degree in Psychology in 1989. He spent the next 9 years working in retail management for T.I.S. College bookstores. Realizing that it was the study of biology, not retail management, that fascinated him he returned to...

  16. [Illinois] A Brief Overview of Cell Biology: Focus on Biomolecules and Their Contribution to the Mechanical Properties of Cells, Part II

    05 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Scott Siechen


    Scott attended Indiana University and received his Bachelors Degree in Psychology in 1989. He spent the next 9 years working in retail management for T.I.S. College bookstores. Realizing that it was the study of biology, not retail management, that fascinated him he returned to...

  17. [Illinois] Introduction to Mechanics for Biologists, Part I

    02 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Jimmy K. Hsia


    Professor Hsia studies the way cracks form in brittle materials, such as glass and metal-particularly when they are subjected to heat or temperature change. His experiments with ordinary glass look at the way cracks spread through glass that has been heated and...

  18. [Illinois] Introduction to Mechanics for Biologists, Part II

    05 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Jimmy K. Hsia


    Professor Hsia studies the way cracks form in brittle materials, such as glass and metal-particularly when they are subjected to heat or temperature change. His experiments with ordinary glass look at the way cracks spread through glass that has been heated and...

  19. Introductory Parallel CPU Programming

    23 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Mark Bull


    Dr Mark Bull

    My principal responsibilities in EPCC are in the areas of research and education. My current research interests include the applications and benchmarking of shared memory parallel computers, and the use of Java for high performance computing. Most of my...

  20. [Illinois] Intro to Intellectual Property, Patents, and Technology Transfer: Commercializing your Scientific Research and Innovations

    02 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Jennifer Rice


    Dr. Jen Rice joins the OTM having received a PH.D. in Microbiology at the University of Illinois. Jen graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. For her doctoral studies, Jen researched bacterial gene regulation by nucleic acids and...

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