MEAM Seminars and Events

There are several series of seminars and events occurring both in the department and outside the department that may be of interest to mechanical engineering audiences. Below are the events that are frequently attended by members of our department.

Departmental Seminar Series

The department hosts a seminar series which occurs weekly held on Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. in 337 Towne Building (220 South 33rd Street), unless otherwise noted. View the current series.

Tedori-Callinan Lectures

The Tedori-Callinan Family Lectureship in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics was established on September 21, 2005. This annual lecture is co-hosted by Penn Engineering and Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics. View the latest lecture.

IPD Seminar Series

The master's program in Inter grated Product Design (IPD) hosts a series of seminars of interest to the product design discipline. View the list of IPD events.

GRASP Lab Seminar Series

The General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Laboratory integrates several disciplines in engineering, including mechanical engineering. Their seminars are held weekly, typically on Fridays at 11 am. View GRASP Lab seminars and events.

Applied Math and Computational Sciences Seminar Series

The Applied Math and Computational Sciences (AMCS) graduate group provides a forum for researchers from fields that involve mathematics in a significant way to meet and discuss problems of common interest. View the AMCS seminar series.

LRSM Seminar Series

The Laboratory on the Research of the Structure of Matter (LRSM) is the center for materials research at the University of Pennsylvania. The LRSM pursues a multidisciplinary approach to solve fundamental materials problems that are likely to underlie future technologies, and thereby, substantially impacts the research and educational needs of society. View LRSM seminars and events.

Penn Engineering Distinguished Lectures

The School has several distinguished lectures that broadly involve each of the engineering disciplines and attract not only audiences across the school, but across the University and beyond. View the Penn Engineering distinguished lectures.