Carnegie Mellon University

Departmental Seminar Series

Spring 2016

*Fridays, 11:30 am        2315 Doherty Hall

Date Speaker & Location Title
January 15 Dr. B.Reeja Jayan
Carnegie Mellon University
Molecular Scale Engineering of Hybrid Thin Film Materials for Energy Storage
January 22 Dr. Anthony Rollett
Carnegie Mellon University
Data Mining in Metallurgy via Correlation Analysis
January 29 Dr. David Weitz
Harvard University
Dripping, jetting, drops and wetting: the magic of microfluidics
February 5 Dr. Mohan Srinivasarao
Georgia Tech
Spontaneous Emergence of Chirality in Achiral Systems

February 12

*100 Porter Hall

Dr. Ola Harrysson
North Carolina State University
Medical Applications of Additive Manufacturing and Materials Development

* joint seminar with Mechanical Engineering - held in Porter Hall 100 at 1-2pm
February 19 Dr. Michael McAlpine
University of Minnesota
3D Printed Bionic Materials
February 26

Dr. Roderick Eggert

Colorado School of Mines

Rare Earths and Other Mineral Raw Materials: The Many Faces of Criticality
March 4 Mid-Semester Break NO SEMINAR
March 11 Spring Break NO SEMINAR
March 18 Open House NO SEMINAR
March 25 Dr. Aleksandr Noy
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Molecular Transport in Carbon Nanotube Porins
April 1 Dr. Arun Devaraj
Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNNL)
Understanding structure-property relationships of materials using atom probe tomography and correlative microscopy
April 8

Dr. Joseph Tucker

Exponent Engineering and Scientific Consulting

Tools and Techniques of Reverse Engineering – a Survey
April 15 Spring Carnival NO SEMINAR
April 22 Dr. Yuri Suzuki
Stanford Univesity
Emergent Phenomena at a Mott Insulator / Band Insulator Interface
April 29 Dr. Stephen Foiles
Sandia National Laboratories
Simulating Grain Boundaries at the Atomic Scale:
More Complicated Than You Think