Goddard Engineering Colloquium Series

We are currently holding our Engineering Colloquium lectures on Tuesdays at 3:00 PM. We expect to have a mix of hybrid (both in the auditorium and on line) and on line only presentations.

Fall 2022 - Spring 2024 Schedule

Date in first column; Title link in second; speaker in third.
Sept. 12, 2022 The Past, Present, and Future of Glass and Light John Ballato
Clemson University
Wednesday, September 28 The Eye In AI: Human Visual System (HVS) Approaches for Robust Artificial Intelligence
This lecture is on a Wednesday morning,
not at our usual day and time.
Dr. Karen Panetta
Tufts University
October 17 Liquid Metals and Gels: Beyond the Terminator for a Soft Future Michael Dickey
North Carolina State University
October 31 "Blacker than Black" Carbon Nanotube Applications for NASA John Hagopian
November 14 Magnetic Levitation (Maglev) Trains: Current Developments Ian Rainey
Northeast Maglev
Tomoaki Seki
Central Japan Railway Company
November 21 The Advanced Aerial Mobility (AAM) National Campaign Adam Yingling
December 12 Plasma Fusion Research Carlos A. Romero-Talamás
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023 3:00 PM Power Grid Monitoring and security Dr. Yilu Liu
University of Tennesee, Knoxville,
Oak Ridge National Lab
Tuesday, March 11, 3:00 PM NACA to NASA to Now: Writing the History of an Unparalleled Organization Roger Launius
NASA and NASM (ret.)
Tuesday, May 16, 3:00 PM Uncovering the Safety Secrets & Blunders of Your Car or SUV … Past, Present, Future! Byron Bloch
Tuesday, May 23, 3:00 PM Emerging Energy Materials: Joule Heating and Wood Liangbing Hu
University of Maryland
Tuesday, June 20, 3:00 PM Cold War Military Technology and You Mike Washvill
Cold War Museum
Tuesday, July 11, 3:00 PM The NASA-Langley Gantry: A Visual History of Aircraft and Spacecraft Full-Scale Testing Justin Littell
Tuesday, August 1, 3:00 PM From Warp Drives to Tachyons: Physics in Star Trek Dr. Erin Macdonald
Writer/Producer, Science Advisor - Star Trek
Tuesday, December 12, 3:00 PM Preparing for the Unpredictable: Facilitating Multi-System Resilience in Human Spaceflight Dr. Mark Shelhamer
Professor, Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024, 3:00 PM Battery-free Autonomous Microrobotics Kyle Johnson
University of Washington

Notice: Nothing appearing in these pages is to be construed as an endorsement by NASA.
Engineering Colloquium home page: https://ecolloq.gsfc.nasa.gov/

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