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Thursday, January 31, 2008

A "Transforming Energy" Lecture

Description:
"Plasmas for Energy Efficient Materials Processing" by Mark Kushner of Iowa State University Abstract In this talk, results from computational investigations of plasma activated chemistry for manufacture of high value materials will be discussed with emphasis on highly energy efficient and selective processes. Means of optimizing these processes for desired material characteristics while minimizing energy use will be discussed. Biography Mark J. Kushner joined Iowa State University as dean of engineering and the Melsa Professor of Engineering in January 2005, and continues his active research program in his role as dean. The Transforming Energy Lecture Series opens discussions about the engineering challenges of developing breakthrough energy technology for a sustainable future. The A. James Clark School of Engineering has invited leading thinkers and technologists from academia, industry and government to provide viewpoints on these challenges. {Will appear in FYI on Jan 30, 2008
Start Time:
2:00 PM
End Time:
4:00 PM
Room:
1110
Venue:
Reception to follow the lecture
Common Location Name:
Kim Engineering
Web Address:
www.eng.umd.edu/energylectures/kushner.html
Other Contact Information:
Dr. Greg Jackson Dept. of Mechanical Engineering +1 301 405 2368 gsjackso@umd.edu www.enme.umd.edu/facstaff/fac-profiles/jacksong.html
Ticket Information
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