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Dr. Leonard Lye

January 13, 2016

Dr. Leonard Lye, professor and associate dean (graduate), Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, presented Response Surface Models for Analyzing Sinkage and Trim Effects on Planing Hull Motions in a Vertical Plane, during the 34th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, in St. John’s, N.L., with T.M. Sayeed and H. Peng; Enhancing Learning Experiences of Graduate Students in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Memorial University of Newfoundland at the CEEA’s fifth Annual Conference in Hamilton, Ont., with Susan Caines; Improved Sensitivity Analysis in Civil Engineering Design Using Design of Experiments during the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering’s annual conference in Regina, Sask.,with A. Hussein, and R. Dey; and Surrogate Models for Fate and Transport Modelling of Contaminants in the Environment: A Design of Experiment Approach during proceedings of the Annual Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Conference, Regina, Sask., with G. Betrie.