Sheldon Weinbaum to be part of the Dean of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series this fall
Weinbaum, an internationally renowned Distinguished Professor of Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering at the City University of New York, will speak on November 15, 2012.
Professor Weinbaum is an internationally renowned Distinguished Professor of Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering at the City University of New York. Among many awards and honors bestowed upon during his distinguished career, he is one of eight living individuals elected to all three U.S. National Academies: NAS, NAE and IOM. Professor Weinbaum has published more than 220 full length journal papers and numerous shorter communications and conference papers. In the early part of his career he was widely recognized for his contributions to reentry aerodynamics and basic studies in fluid mechanics. Professor Weinbaum’s current research areas which are funded by the National Institute of Health include fluid dynamic and transport aspects of arterial disease, bioheat transfer, cellular mechanisms for mechanotransduction, bone fluid flow, microvascular exchange, transport in the renal tubules, basic fluid mechanics, porous media flow.
For more information contact Professor Anjana Jain.
September 10, 2012