Duke Blockchain Lab Presents: The Blockchain IdentityWhen: Thursday 1/12, 5:00pm-6:30pmWhere: Physics 130What: Blockchain is an exciting technology that has been described as the Internet 2.0 with over $1.1 billion in investment from venture capital firms including Andreessen Horowitz. Global institutions such as IBM, Microsoft, JP Morgan, and Accenture have dedicated considerable resources to unlocking its potential. So what exactly is blockchain technology?
Friday, January 202:30PM - 5PMGreat Hall, Trent Semans CenterPlease join us as Duke faculty present their work & achievements using newly developed Research Computing resources!"Treating Obesity, Digitally"Gary Bennett, PhD with Psychology & Neuroscience, School of Medicine , and DGHI"Massively Parallel Simulations of Human Hemodynamics"Amanda Randles, PhD with Pratt Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, and Computer Science"Simulating Ultrasounds Wave Propagation in Soft Tissues on Micron-to-Meter Scales"Mark Palmeri,
Duke University Stanback Internship Program is generously funded by Duke alumni Fred and Alice Stanback. The Stanback Internship Program provides Duke students with significant project-based learning experiences in energy, conservation, advocacy, policy, research, and applied resource management. The Stanback Internship Program is open to any Duke student - undergraduate, graduate, and international students - who will be enrolled in Fall 2017 classes. Internships are located throughout the US, and interns receive a $5,000 payment
Please join us and explore how infrared technology can be used to provide noncontact temperature measurement and thermal characterization relevant to a wide range of applications. Next-generation IR camera systems provide extraordinary ability to resolve microscopic temperature profiles and capture unique high speed thermal events. We'll discuss infrared techniques used to conquer common temperature measurement challenges. Plus, we'll give you a first-hand look at the new capabilities of calibrated IR cameras and show you how to get the most out of a thermal imaging solution.
Duke has a student exchange relationship with the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden that is of particular interest to students interested in sustainable technology development. The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) is an international leader in energy technology and a top ranked engineering school. The internship is a 10-week program during June/July involving research at KTH and opportunities to explore Sweden. Selected students will receive funding to pay for most of their travel and living expenses.
Open office hours for students interested in Duke in Silicon Valley.
Mark Reuss, MBA'90Executive Vice PresidentGM Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply ChainandCosti Shami, E'13, MS'14GM Autonomous Performance Engineer - Motion Controls discussGM's autonomous strategy, GM's competitive edge, a day in the life of a GM engineer, student Q&A *Pratt engineering students of all levels are encouraged to attend this event!
The workshop will cover both the Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts components of NSF grants, and will feature an NSF program director as well as a panel of Duke faculty who have received NSF funding and/or served on NSF review panels. You may register for one of two sessions: 9AM- 12Noon 2PM - 5PMBoth sessions will be identical in content. Refreshments to be provided. Registration is required. Please register at: http://bit.ly/2eBwTDX.
Please join us for presentations by 8 Duke teams composed of health and data scientistsDetailed Agenda: https://duke.box.com/v/dhaworkshopLunch will be provided; registration required: https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eJ6RPyaHLho63kxDuke Faculty, Staff, & Students only.