Goddard Engineering Colloquium Series

Fall 2018 Schedule

Date  Topic  Speaker 
July 9
At 10:00 AM
Visions of the Future: Graphic Design for Star Trek, NASA, and Beyond
This talk will be held at 10:00 AM, not at our usual time.
Michael and Denise Okuda
September 3 No Colloquium: Labor Day  
September 10 No Colloquium.  
September 17 Once We Went to the Moon: Are We Going Again? John Logsdon
George Washington Univerisity
September 24 Rethinking Regulation in the Era of Driverless Cars Timothy Lee
Ars Technica
October 1 Big Data and Real Time Analytics: Use of Learning Algorithms for Fire State Determination Noah Ryder
University of Maryland
October 8 No Colloquium, holiday  
October 15 Atomic Flight: a History of the Quest for Nuclear-Powered Aircraft Sean Gallagher
Ars Technica
October 22 A Century of Missiles Ann Pollack
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab
October 29 Advances in Internal Combustion Engines Jonathan Gitlin
Ars Technica
November 5 Cosmos and Culture: Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context Mark Lupisella
November 12 No Colloquium; Veterans Day  
November 14
Joint Scientific and Engineering Colloquium
The Hexagon Spy Satellite
For details, see the Goddard Scientific Colloquium Website
Phillip Pressel
November 19 The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) Radio Astronomy Observatory Jorge Ibsen
November 26 Seeing Through Other Eyes Thomas Cronin
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
December 3 Digital Imaging for Conservation of the National Portrait Gallery's Lansdowne Portrait of George Washington E. Keats Webb
Smithsonian Institution
December 10 Truth and Beauty in Astronomy Visualizations
Frank Summers
Space Telescope Science Institute
December 17 T. rex in silico: The limits of modeling in reconstructing the biology of dinosaurs
Thomas Holtz, Jr.
University of Maryland

Engineering Colloquium home page: http://ecolloq.gsfc.nasa.gov/

All colloquia are held at 3:30 p. m. on Mondays in either the Building 3 Auditorium or the Building 8 Auditorium.
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