HEMI offers intensive, multi-day, educational courses taught by a master of his/her field. These short courses are appropriate for professionals, researchers, and graduate students from industry, government, national laboratories, and academia. We ask the leaders of the field to teach, to integrate both principles and practice, and to focus on the topics they find most exciting.
For additional information on short courses, please contact Bess Bieluczyk at [email protected].
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Experimental Methods for High Strain Rates by Prof. K.T. Ramesh, Professor, Departments of Mechanical Engineering, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
|April 9-10, 2018|
|May 8-9, 2018|
DREAM 3D by Dr. Michael Groeber and Dr. Sean Donegan, Air Force Research Laboratory
Past Short Courses
Uncertainty Quantification by Dr. Sankaran Mahadevan, John R. Murray Sr. Professor of Engineering Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Vanderbilt University [/third][third]
Foundations of Electron Microscopy by Prof. Marc De Graef, Director, Materials Science and Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University[/tab]
Penetration Dynamics by Dr. Charles E. Anderson, Jr., Director, Engineering Dynamics Department, Mechanical Engineering Division, Southwest Research Institute
Dynamic Behavior of Brittle Materials by Dr. Ghatu Subhash, Knox T. Millsaps Professor, UF Foundation Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida[/third][third]
Fundamentals of Equations of State by Dr. Gerald Kerley, Kerley Technical Services[/third][third]
Dynamic Behavior of Soft Materials and Biological Tissues by Dr. Wayne Chen, Professor of Aeronautics, Astronautics, and Materials Engineering at Purdue University[/third]