Professor Satya Atluri was honored and several engineering faculty members presented papers at the International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering & Sciences (ICCES) held on the island of Corfu, Greece in July.
Atluri, the Samueli/Von Karman Chair in Aerospace Engineering, was awarded the Hilbert Medal for "his pioneering contributions to the development of meshless methods in general, and the MLPG method in particular." Atluri is only the second individual to receive the medal since the inception of ICCES in 1986.
In addition, seven engineering faculty members presented papers during the session "Frontiers in Research at the University of California, Irvine." Presenters included:
- Costas Chrysikopoulos - "Transport of Colloids in Fractures with Spatially Variable Aperture"
- Franco De Flaviis - "Diversity Characterization of a Wideband Multi-Element Antenna for Indoor Wireless Communication"
- Hamid Jafarkhani - "Recent Progress in Space-Time Coding"
- Ender Ayanoglu - "High Performance Viterbi Decoder for IEEE 802.11a Systems
- Nicolaos G. Alexopoulos - "Electromagnetically Metamorphic Elements: Scatterers, Antennas, Materials"
- G.P. Li - "Micro/Nano Technology: A Solution for Next Generation Multi-Function Integrated Systems"
- Abraham P. Lee - "Integrated Microfluidics for Nanoscale Synthesis and Self Assembly for Biomedical Applications"
To learn more about the International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering & Sciences, visit http://icces.org.