ICES Professor Chandrajit Bajaj gave the banquet talk at Sandia National Laboratories' 24th Annual International Meshing Roundtable Oct. 13.
Bajaj spoke to nature's abundance of meshes that it uses to refine its form and function models through its own multi-scale, multi-chemistry/physics simulations. His use of rich visuals offered what he called "a few but surprising examples of nature’s geometric dexterity and some of the lessons we continue to learn from it." Read more.Posted: Oct. 22, 2015
Voting is underway for ICES Professor Clint Dawson's work through the Texas Research Showdown.
The Showdown is a video and presentation competition for undergraduate researchers at The University of Texas at Austin. In the first round, students create 2-minute videos about their research, which are voted on by UT students.
The prestigious Highly Cited Researchers list recognizes some of the most influential scientific minds throughout the world. Researchers earned this distinction by writing the greatest number of reports officially designated by Essential Science Indicators as Highly Cited Papers. They rank among the top 1 percent of the most cited thought leaders in their fields. Read more.Posted: Sept. 17, 2015
ICES Professor Chandrajit Bajaj was a keynote speaker at the Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 2015. His presentation was entitled: Chemical Imaging and Visualization with Uncertainty Quantification. Read more.Posted: Sept. 8, 2015