YALE LAB BRINGS MUSIC AND ENGINEERING TOGETHER
CEID CELEBRATES 4TH BIRTHDAY, LOOKS TO FUTURE
YALE START-UP'S MEDICAL DEVICE MAKES A PROCEDURE A LOT SAFER
French Literature in the CEID
Yale Assistant Professor of French Morgane Cadieu and her students worked with engineers at Yale's Center for Engineering Innovation and Design to produce a 3D printed model of a 19th century French train, based solely on Zola's detailed descriptions of trains in his novel "The Beast Within." Video produced by Patrick J.
Acoustics of Music & the Design of Musical Instruments
Demonstrations and performances of unique musical instruments designed as part of Yale's "Musical Acoustics and Instrument Design" course at the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design (CEID). The course is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Department of Music and the CEID. Video produced by Patrick Lynch.
Biomedical & Engineering Applications of 3D Printing
Joseph Zinter of Yale's Center for Engineering Innovation & Design and Mark Michalski of Yale's Diagnostic Radiology department discuss the unique advantages of 3D printing for rapid design prototyping and complex 3D data visualizations in both engineering and medicine. Video produced by Patrick Lynch for YaleNews.
CEID's Impact on Design Skills
Clinton Wang reports on the rapid expansion of Yale's science and engineering facilities over the past year, which saw the opening of the now highly popular Center for Engineering Innovation and Design, as well as renovated classrooms in Sloane Physics Laboratory and 17 Hillhouse Ave.
Medical Applications of 3D Printing Technologies
Dr. Mark Michalski of Yale's Diagnostic Radiology department describes clinical uses of new 3D printing technologies, where printed three-dimensional models of anatomy are used for preoperative planning, patient education, and research. Video produced by Patrick J. Lynch.