Seminars Fall 2013

M.S. students and Ph.D. students are required to attend all seminars to earn MSE 6401 course credit. You may substitute up to 3 seminars each semester. Students need to complete and submit a missed seminar make-up form. Click here to download the seminar make-up form.

Date Time Location Speaker Organization Topic
9/13/13 11:00am IMS 20 Naresh Thadhani, Professor & Associate Chair, School of Materials Science and Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology  Shock-Initiation of Reactions in Intermetallic-forming Reactive Materials: Time-resolved Impact Experiments and Microstructure-Based Meso-Scale Simulations
9/20/13 11:00am IMS20 Dr. Dave Furrer, Senior Fellow Discipline Lead Materials and Process Engineering Pratt & Whitney Elements of Integrated Computational Materials Science and Engineering
9/27/13 11:00am IMS20 Krishna Rajan, Wilkinson Professor of Interdisciplinary Engineering Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering & Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Program Iowa State University  Informatics for Materials Genomics 
MSE Fall 2013 Distinguished Lecturer
10/4/13 11:00 IMS20 Charles Ahn, Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, Applied Physics & Physics Yale University Ultra-Thin Functional Films
10/11/13 11:00am IMS20 Jacob Jones, Associate Professor Department of Materials Science & Engineering North Carolina State University  Mechanisms of Electromechanical Strain Ascertained from in situ X-ray and Neutron Diffraction
10/25/13 11:00am  IMS20 Fan Yuan, Professor Department of Biomedical Engineering,  Duke University  Drug & Gene Delivery 
11/15/13 11:00am IMS20 Stathis Meletis, Professor & Chairperson, Material Science & Engineering University of Texas Arlington Recent Progress in Self-assembled and Hierarchically Structured Oxides
11/22/13 11:00am IMS20 Dr. Vijay Jagdale, Senior Engineer United Technologies Research Center Physics Based Modeling of Laser Sintering Process

 

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