Prof. Joe Goddard of the University of California San Diego is the 2012 recipient of the G.I. Taylor Medal of the Society of Engineering Science, awarded for outstanding research contributions in the mechanics of complex fluids and the thermodynamics and transport properties of physical and biological systems. This AMR audio interview features his personal reflections on an international career at the forefront of applied mechanics research, the science and scientists straddling disciplinary boundaries, and work on his “petit soufflerie”, a wind tunnel for probing boundary-layer hydrogen kinetics in atmospheric reentry problems.
The journal presents papers on medical devices that improve diagnostic interventional and therapeutic treatments focusing on applied research and the development of new medical devices or instrumentation. It provides special coverage of novel devices that allow new surgical strategies, new methods of drug delivery, or possible reductions in the complexity, cost, or adverse results of health care. The Design Innovation category features papers focusing on novel devices, including some with limited clinical or engineering results. The Medical Device News section provides coverage of advances, trends, and events.
New medical sensors/actuators, orthopedic devices, cardiovascular devices, rehabilitation devices, neurological devices, bioheat transfer devices, medical instrumentation, image guided intervention/treatment, endoscopic/laparoscopic devices, minimally invasive devices, human performance/force assessment, tissue engineered devices, drug/cell deliver systems, medical robotics, medical device design processes, medical device manufacturing, and human factors in medical devices.
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