NWI's McDonald-Mehta Lecture Series Hosts Dr. Forrest Masters (Univ. of FL)
(Above photo): (L-R) Dr. Jim McDonald, co-founder of the McDonald-Mehta Lecture Series, speaker Dr. Forrest Masters, and Dr. John Schroeder, NWI Director.
TTU's National Wind Institute (NWI) hosts Dr. Forrest Masters from the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure and Enviroment at the University of Florida. Dr. Masters's talk was titled From the Field to the Laboratory: Recent Advancements in "Full-Scale" Wind Engineering."
The McDonald-Mehta Lecture Series is a yearly schedule of seminars from prominent national and international speakers on wind-related research topics.
Dr. Masters is an Associate Professor of Civil and Coastal Engineering at the University of Florida.
Thank you to all who attended and who were involved to help make this event a success. This is the final event for the McDonald-Mehta Lecture Series for this academic year 2013-2014. Please stay tuned for the next year's exciting schedule.
Photo Credit: Patricia Bela, TTU/NWI.