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MIT Distinguished Seminar Series in Computational Science and Engineering

Thursday, February 25th | 12:00 PM* | 37-212

Analytical Research at Bose Corporation: Enabling Innovation
John Wendell
Bose Corporation

Twenty years ago, numerical tools like finite element modelling had little impact on Bose products. A few problems had begun to crop up which were intractable for traditional modelling approaches used in the audio industry, and we started an advanced analysis project to bring in numerical tools for magnetics, non-linear structures, and acoustics. Today it would be hard to name an important Bose product with no impact from numerical modelling, and we’ve used these tools not just for design assurance but even more often to gain insight for invention and innovation. This talk will cover the current range of activity, from acoustics to non-linear dynamics, and show several specific examples where numerical modelling has contributed to new products and innovative designs.

John Wendell leads the Analytical Research Group at Bose Corporation. At M.I.T. he earned Ph.D. and S.B. degrees in Aeronautics and Astronautics, with a focus on structural dynamics and aeroelasticity.

*Lunch provided at 11:45 AM.

Save the Date: 2016 CCE Student Symposium

Thursday, March 10, 2016

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MIT Distinguished Seminar Series in Computational Science and Engineering

Thursday, March 31th | 12:00 PM* | 37-212

Alan Edelman
Professor of Applied Mathematics, Mathematics Department
MIT

*Lunch provided at 11:45 AM.

CCE Special Event

Thursday, April 7th | 12:00 PM* | 37-212

Cloud Computing for Physics-Based Simulations
Qiqi Wang
Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics
MIT

MIT Distinguished Seminar Series in Computational Science and Engineering

Thursday, April 28th | 12:00 PM* | 37-212

Eric Chassignet
Director, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies Professor of Oceanography, Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science
Florida State University

MIT Distinguished Seminar Series in Computational Science and Engineering

Thursday, May 12th | 12:00 PM* | 37-212

Bernard Haasdonk
Professor for Numerical Mathematics, University of Stuttgart
Institute of Applied Analysis and Numerical Simulation

*Lunch provided at 11:45 AM.