Fall 2005-Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Departmental Seminar Series

Fall 2005

Date Speaker Title
September 2 Professor Greg Rohrer, Department Head
Carnegie Mellon, MSE
September 9 NO SEMINAR  
September 16 NO SEMINAR  
Septemer 23 Sai Venkateswaran
Carnegie Mellon, MSE
Characterization of magnetic and martensitic domain structures and their interactions in Heusler based ferromagnetic shape memory alloys using transmission electron microscopy
September 30 Dr. Martha Goodway
The Smithsonian Institution
The Practice of Archaeometallurgy
October 7 NO SEMINAR  
October 14 NO SEMINAR  
October 21 Dr. Dominique Chatain
CNRS at Marseilles, France
Composite Wetting of Metal on Micro-patterned Surfaces of SiO2
October 28 Professor Newell R. Washburn
Carnegie Mellon, Chemistry & BME
(Toward the) Development of Interactive Biomaterials
November 4 Pallava Kaushik
Carnegie Mellon, MSE
Mixed Burden Softening and Melting Phenomena
November 11 Dan Ewing
Carnegie Mellon, MSE
Inhomogeneities and Their Effect on the Electrical Characteristics of Schottky Contacts to n-type 4H-SiC
November 18 Nan Boonyachut
Carnegie Mellon, MSE
Discontinuous Precipitation in Cu-Ti alloys
November 25 NO SEMINAR  
December 2 Dr. Hiro Hono
National Research Institute for Metals
Metallic Nanostructures Characterized by 3-D Atom Probe
December 9 Professor Scott A. Barnett
Northwestern University
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: New Materials and New Energy Alternatives