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THIS MONTH'S EXCLUSIVES
Designing Medical Devices Using Computational Modeling — Arthur G. Erdman, the Richard C. Jordan Professor, Morse Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor, and Director of the Medical Devices Center at the University of Minnesota, talks with Chitra Sethi, managing editor of ASME.org about the history, current status, and benefits of using computational models for designing medical devices and the need for standardization of these computational modeling techniques. Listen to the podcast.
No Guts, No Glory — Significant advances in the number-crunching power of future computers may rely on the ability to control the heat generated by the processors. In an address to the 2010 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition in Vancouver, Avram Bar-Cohen, ASME Fellow and Distinguished University Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland, discussed implications for global competitiveness in the need for research into thermal management. To view his address, click here. To consult the slides in his presentation, click here.
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