2015 Fall-Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Departmental Seminar Series

Fall 2015

Fridays, 11:30 am, Doherty Hall 2210

Date

Speaker & Location

Title

September
4

Dr. Zhenan Bao
Stanford University

Skin-Inspired Electronic Materials and Devices

September
11

Dr. Stefano Angioletti-Uberti
Humboldt University of Berlin

Designing ligand-functionalized nanoparticles:
Insights from theory and simulations

September
18

Dr. Michael Engel
University of Michigan

Computational Crystallography Bridging
Hard and Soft Matter

September
25

Dr. Niels Holten-Andersen
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Bio-Inspired Metal-Coordination Dynamics:
A Unique Tool for Engineering Soft Matter Mechanics

October
2

Dr. Tzahi Cohen-Karni
Carnegie Mellon University

Bottom-up synthesis and assembly of nanodevices
for tissue and cells interrogation

October
9

Dr. Lane Martin
University of California, Berkeley

The Science and Engineering of Functional Complex Oxide Thin Films – Designing Next-Generation, High Performance Materials

October
16

Dr. Noa Marom
Tulane University

Toward Computational Design of Cluster-Based Functional Nano-Structures

October
23

NO SEMINAR

Mid-Semester Break

October
30

Dr. Roger French
Case Western Reserve University 

November
6

Dr. Brian Gorman
Colorado School of Mines

Adventures at the Atomic Scale: Diffusion and Defect Chemistry using Atom Probe Tomography

November
13

Dr. David Kaplan
Tufts University

November
20

Dr. Alfred Crosby
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Polymer-Nanoparticle Mesostructures and
Their Mechanics

November
27

NO SEMINAR

Thanksgiving Break

December
4

Dr. Kristopher Kilian
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

December
11

Dr. Guihua Yu University of Texas