To print using the printer in 104A (Model: LaserJet P2055dn) do the following:
1. Download and install drivers for your OS here.
2. Open the Windows Run Dialog (Keyboard shortcut: ‘Windows key + R’) or in the Search programs and files field of the Start Menu enter: \\mcblfs1.qb3.berkeley.edu\lp
3. You will be prompted to select a driver. You can click Have Disk and point to the location where you installed the driver or select HP LaserJet P2050 Series PCL6 if it is already in the list of HP printers.
1. Open Print & Scan from System Preferences.
2. Click the + button to add a printer.
3. In the Add Printer dialoge select Advanced.
4. Select Windows printer via spools as Type and specify smb://mcblfs1.qb3.berkeley.edu/lp as the URL.
5. Specify any Name you want and Print Using Select Printer Software and specify HP LaserJet Series PCL 4/5 and click Add.
6. If prompted to enable Duplexer do so and click through the prompts.
7. To print using this printer, you will be prompted for a username and password. You can authenticate using guest as the username and there is no need to specify a password.
You will need to register the device you are connecting with the Campus DHCP Service at: http://www.net.berkeley.edu/dhcp/ (CalNet ID required)
Once logged in, select Add new MAC addresses from the menu on the left.
Enter the MAC address of the device you want to connect and click Register. It may take a few minutes before your device is registered and working on the network.
With AirBears connections being spotty and congested, especially during the semester, we have setup a wireless router to connect to when in the lab.
SSID (Network Name in mac): mcblwr1 (for computational lab) or mcblwr2 (for wet lab)
Security Type: WPA2-Personal
Pre-Shared Key: igce-a5rl-3lbv
Instructions for connecting in Windows 7
Start >> Network and Sharing Center >> Manage wireless networks >> Add >> Manually create a network profile >> Enter network information from above >> Check “Start this connection automatically” & “Connect even if the network is not broadcasting >> Click Next >> Click Close
Lab alum Sang-Hee Yoon joins the Inha University faculty as assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Micro/Nano Soft Biomechanics Laboratory. Congratulations, Prof. Yoon!
Zeinab Jahed wins the NSERC scholarship, Canada’s top award for graduate studies. Congratulations, Zeinab!
Mofrad named to Editorial Board of IEEE Transactions of Biomedical Engineering.
Lab alum Preethi Chandran joins Howard University faculty as assistant professor of Chemical Engineering. Congratulations, Prof. Chandran!
Mohammad Azimi wins the 2012-2013 Craven & Lewis Fellowship. Congratulations, Mohammad!
Mofrad named to Editorial Board of Cytotechnology.
Reza Karimi defends his PhD thesis on “The Role of Hydrodynamic Interactions in the Dynamics and Viscoelasticity of Actin Networks”. Congratulations, Dr. Karimi
Helene Karcher, a PhD alum of the group, has won the prestigious 2011 Pierre Faurre Prize awarded by the Ecole Polytechnique Foundation. This prize acknowledges a “particularly promising career start in an industry with strong scientific and innovative components…. and the recipient should have significantly contributed to both science and its translation in industry”. Congratulations, Dr. Karcher!
Javad Golji completes his PhD thesis on “Molecular Dynamic of Mechanosensing and Mechanotransduction at the Focal Adhesions”. Congratulations, Dr. Golji!
Lab alum Ahmad “Mo” Khalil joins Boston University faculty as assistant professor of Biomedical Engineering. Congratulations, Prof. Khalil!
Lab alum Mohammad-Reza Alam joins UC Berkeley faculty as assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering. Congratulations, Prof. Alam!
Lab alum Heather Bowerman named to White House OSTP!
Mofrad named to Editorial Board of ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering!
Hengameh Shams receives Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship. Congratulations, Hengameh!
Dr. Amir Shamloo receives Siebel Post-doctoral Fellowship. Congratulations, Amir!
Javad Golji named 2011 Siebel Scholar. Congratulations, Javad!
Sang-Hee Yoon completes his PhD thesis on “Programmable Manipulation of Adherent Cell Motility Using Biological Breadboards”. Congratulations, Dr. Yoon!
Javad Golji and Mohammad Azimi won 1st and 2nd place awards in the PhD student paper and podium presentation competition at the 2010 ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference. Congratulations, Javad and Mohammad
Mofrad receives tenure with promotion to associate professor, effective July 1, 2010. Enormous thanks to all lab members, colleagues and collaborators for all your contributions over the years!
Mohammad Mofrad has received a 2010 National Science Foundation CAREER award!
Joe Leach completes his PhD thesis on “Patient-Specific Mechanical Analysis of Atherosclerotic Arteries with Resolved Pre- and Post-Rupture Intraplaque Composition”. Congratulations, Dr. Leach!
Mofrad publishes new BioE Text!
Mofrad named to Editorial Board of the Journal of Biomechanics!
Mofrad receives Hellman Faculty Award
Eli Weinberg defends his PhD thesis on “Multiscale Simulations of the Human Aortic Heart Valve: Applications in Disease and Surgery”. Congratulations, Dr. Weinberg!
Seung Lee successfully defends his PhD thesis on “Mechanotransduction by Talin: A Molecular Dynamics Study of Force-Induced Recruitment of Vinculin to a Focal Adhesion Complex”. Congratulations, Dr. Lee!
Mofrad named Regent’s Junior Faculty Fellow!
Helene Karcher defends her PhD thesis on “The Mechanics of Mechanotransduction”. Congratulations, Dr. Karcher!
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Our integrin models get highlighted by LBNL NewsCenter
Mofrad named Academic Editor of PLoS One.