Assistant Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
“Crowd Control: Swarm Engineering for Medicine & Biotechnology”
Daniel is returning to Princeton University as a new professor in the MAE Department, having earned his BSE in Mechanical Engineering – and completed joint Bioengineering doctoral work at UC Berkeley and UCSF, and post-doctoral training in Biology at Stanford. After research spanning bio-inspired robotics, dinosaur mechanics, genetic engineering, surgical implant design and nanotechnology, his focus has now turned to tissue engineering and biomaterials design: applying concepts from swarm theory (bird flocking and sheep herding) to develop new biomedical tools and techniques. After introducing swarm theory and its application to cellular systems, his talk will feature case studies from bioelectricity, biomaterials and machine learning that demonstrate how applying “swarm engineering” may transform how we: interact with living cells, heal ourselves and understand diseases.
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(Tuesday, Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m., location: Friend Center, Convocation Room)
In 2012, Evans led PA3 members in a fascinating
precept-like session discussing the complex diplomacy between the DPRK, the USA
and China. Clearly, this issue has moved
to the forefront of foreign policy concerns, and Evans remains deeply involved.
We're most fortunate that he has agreed to revisit this topic with PA3. Space
is limited, so please RSVP to Tom Swift at email@example.com.
about Evans: Evans Revere '76 graduated with a degree in East Asian studies. He
retired from the foreign service in 2007, having served in numerous capacities
including Acting Assistant Secretary of
State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs and Principal Deputy Assistant
Secretary, managing U.S. relations with the Asia-Pacific region and leading an
organization of 950 American diplomats and 2,500 Foreign Service National
employees. He has been a visiting lecturer at the Woodrow Wilson School and CEO
of the Korea Society. He is currently a Senior Advisor to the Albright
Stonebridge Group, a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution,
and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He has traveled to Pyongyang
many times. He posts frequently on Brookings "Order from Chaos" blog,
such as this September post.
North Korea, the U.S. & the Search for a Solution (
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 - 7:30 PM to
A talk by Evans Revere '76, former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and former Pacific Affairs and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary. Mr. Revere current serves as Senior Advisor to the Albright Stonebridge Group, a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Location: Friend Center, Convocation Room
Cost: No Charge
Organized by: PA3
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