NVIDIA names GW a new CUDA Research Center, in recognition of the research trajectory of Prof. Lorena Barba. The announcement reads as follows. The CUDA Research Center at the George Washington University in Washington, DC, recognizes the research trajectory of Prof. Lorena A. Barba. With a background in mechanical engineering and aeronautics, and a few... Continue »
At AIAA SciTech 2014 —the "largest event for aerospace research, development and technology in the world"—, this paper is part of the AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, in the session "Modeling and Simulation of Space Systems" (MST-07), to be held Jan. 17 (8:00 AM to 12:00 PM). The first author and speaker, J. Brent Parham, was a... Continue »
This short proposal was submitted in November 2013 to the Grants for High-Impact Teaching and Learning Practices of The Office of Teaching & Learning, George Washington University.
We propose to develop and pilot a series of interactive online modules that teach... Continue »
The fourth and final student guest post explains the Wagner effect, and its role in animal flight. We hope you enjoy the series of posts from GW students of animal locomotion! The previous guest posts are: Pterosaur quad launch Pterosaur weight estimation Pterosaur wings and flight capabilities This post completes the series, which was inspired... Continue »
This is the third guest blog post authored by students of the course on animal flight for engineers at GW. The series looks into several long-standing debates about the flight of pterosaurs. The previous guest post addressed the problematic issue of estimating the weight of extinct animals like the pterosaurs, which have no living relatives.... Continue »