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Visiting scholar Wen Long completes assignment

Wen Long (L) is thanked by ISR Director Eyad Abed at a farewell reception
Wen Long (L) is thanked by ISR Director Eyad Abed at a farewell reception

Mr. Wen Long, an ISR visiting scholar, worked with Associate Professor Guangming Zhang (ME/ISR) from May to October 2005. He is a Senior Engineer at the Institute of Fluid Physics in the Chinese Academy of Engineering. He joined Dr. Zhang's dental research team, working on CAD and FEA, in April 2005. In addition to the University of Maryland, dental research team participants include New York University, NIST, and several other universities. ISR staff, faculty and students gathered at a farewell lunch for Mr. Wen on Oct. 14. | More on ISR visiting researchers | View a research poster by the dental research team |

October 28, 2005


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