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Saturday Engineering for Everyone, Spring 2014

The inaugural Saturday Engineering for Everyone series will be held on six Saturdays in the spring of 2014. All talks will be from 10:15 to 11:30 am in 151 Everitt Lab, 1406 W. Green Street, Urbana, with refreshments served starting at 10 am. While they contain some technical information, these talks are geared towards non-engineers and are open to the public at no charge.

Parking is available at the public lot at the southwest corner of Healey and Sixth streets. Metered parking is also available along Wright and Healey streets. See the map.

Date Speaker Title
2/1/2014

Gary Eden

Going Where No Plasma Has Gone Before: Plasmas And Their Impact On Lighting, Water Disinfection, And Medical Therapeutics
2/15/2014

Andy Singer and Michael Oelze

Hey Nemo, Can you hear me now? Underwater acoustic communications for humans
3/1/2014

Naresh Shanbhag

Microchip: The engine that drives the Information Age
3/15/2014

Xiuling Li

Nanotechnology: From atoms to integrated circuits
4/5/2014

Rashid Bashir

Tiny Devices and Machines for Biology and Medicine
4/19/2014

Elyse Rosenbaum

Why your smartphone works even though you abuse it. Reliability engineers to the rescue

For more information about this series, email saturdayscience@illinois.edu.


Saturday Engineering for Everyone is generously sponsored by Phillips 66.
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