Center for Ocean Engineering

News + Events

The Center for Ocean Engineering frequently host lectures and talks that are open to the public. In addition, our students and faculty regularly win awards for discoveries, research, and their published work. Subscribe to updates through our facebook page for the latest news & events or check our calendar for a synopsis of the schedule.

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Category Key
 Lectures + Seminars
 MIT Events

Past Lectures & Seminars

T.F. Ogilvie Lecture Series

  • 2012 Fishes and Dipoles—Prof. Eva Kanso, University of Southern California
  • 2011 Dynamics and Hydrodynamics of Novel Vessels—Prof. Leigh McCue, Virginia Tech
  • 2010 Unsteady Hydrodynamics in Bio-inspired Propulsion—Prof. John O. Dabiri
  • 2009 Simulation-Based Study of Wind-Wave Interaction—Prof. Lian Shen
  • 2006 Spatial and Temporal Behavior of Atlantic Herring—Prof. Purnima Ratilal

Robert B. Wallace Lecture Series

  • 2013 Developing Safe Designs for an Uncertain Future - Christopher Wiernicki
  • 2012 Acoustic Communications and Underwater Networks – Milica Stojanovic
  • 2011 New Phenomena in Vortex-induced Vibrations – Charles Williamson
  • 2009 Bio-inspired Flow Optimization – Petros Koumoutsakos
  • 2008 Measurement of Large Scale Bubbly Flows – Morteza Gharib
  • 2003 Predictability and Uncertainty – Professor George Karniadakis

Ocean Engineering Seminars

Please check back throughout the semester to see what our calendar has to offer

  • Warship 2011: Naval Submarines and Underwater Unmanned Vehicles
  • 2009 Why Don’t Mackerel Swim Like Eels? — Prof. Fotis Sotiropoulos
  • 2007 Acoustic Communications and Ocean Observatories — Prof. Art Baggeroer