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Seventh Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering Program NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING Seventh Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering March 1–3, 2002 FLIGHT AT THE LEADING EDGE: EXTREME AERODYNAMICS FROM THE MEGA TO THE MICRO Organizers: Donald Nilson, Albert Pisano Active Flow Control: Enabling Next-Generation Jet Propulsion Aerodynamics Jeffrey W. Hamstra, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Miniature Spy Planes: The Next Generation of Flying Robots Stephen J. Morris, MLB Company Toward Micromechanical Flyers Ronald S. Fearing, University of California, Berkeley * * * CIVIL SYSTEMS Organizers: Sue McNeil, Priscilla Nelson Dynamic Planning and Control of Civil Infrastructure Systems Feniosky Peña-Mora, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Improbable Is Not Impossible: Decision Making Under Uncertainty Linda K. Nozick, Cornell University Interdependencies in Civil Infrastructure Systems Miriam Heller, National Science Foundation * * *
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Seventh Annual Symposium on Frontiers of Engineering WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS Organizers: Venugopal Veeravalli, Minerva Yeung Design Challenges for Future Wireless Systems Andrea Goldsmith, Stanford University Next-Generation Mobile Wireless Internet Technology Rajiv Laroia, Flarion Technologies Service Architectures for Emerging Wireless Networks S. Muthukrishnan, AT&T Laboratories and Rutgers University Wireless Integrated Network Sensors (WINS): The Web Gets Physical Gregory J. Pottie, University of California, Los Angeles * * * TECHNOLOGY AND THE HUMAN BODY Organizers: David Beebe, John Norton, Sharon Nunes Applying Simulation Technology to the Life Sciences Thomas Paterson, Entelos, Inc. Reengineering the Paralyzed Nervous System P. Hunter Peckham, Case Western Reserve University Merging Living Cells and Microsystems Engineering Mehmet Toner, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital
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