Features & Announcements
In a piece titled "When a Trip to the Zoo Resulted in an Engineering Breakthrough," Smithsonian.com highlights the work that SEAS Professor Megan Leftwich
Elizabeth Hubler, B.S. ’14, can likely be found in George Washington University’s Biofluid Dynamics Laboratory, where she is improving machines that closely simulate a human vocal tract. If perfected, these models could help treat the more than 30 percent of people who suffer from voice disorders.
MAE Professor Lorena Barba is launching the university’s first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), titled "Practical Numerical Methods with Python," this fall. Registration is now open.