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NDnano Symposium - Nanotechnology in the Treatment of Neurodegenerative Disorders
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Seminar ECMAScript program A Framework for Resilient and Sustainable Communities
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PhD Candidate Edwin R. Mathews, Jr. - "A Numerical and Theoretical Analysis of Aero-Optics With Application to an Optical Turret"
When an optical beam is transmitted through a compressible turbulent flow, it is distorted due to the non-uniform speed of light resulting from density fluctuations. The distortion caused by turbulent airflow surrounding a projecting or receiving aperture, known as aero-optics, is a major impediment to applications of airborne laser systems.
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Master Thesis Defense - Casey Ferris
Thesis defense
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Masters Candidate Andrew McNally - "Ex Vivo and Computational Assessment of a Novel Modular Anastomotic Valve Device for the Improvement Of Vascular Access"
Hemodialysis (HD) is required for patients experiencing end-stage renal disease (ESRD). The most common long-term failure mode for a HD vascular access is occlusion of the outflow vein, initiated by intimal hyperplasia (IH). IH has been associated with locations of low oscillatory wall shear stress (WSS) in the vein.
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Seminar New Paradigms for Cloud Storage
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NDnano Symposium: Nanotechnology in the Treatment of Neurodegenerative Disorders
This inaugural one-day symposium will bring together leading experts in neuroscience and nanotechnology to share cutting-edge information and enhance research collaborations between students and faculty from ORAU-affiliated institutions.  The event includes an afternoon Student Symposium to showcase work by undergraduate and graduate students, with awards for best posters.  Remote participation is available.
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