Weekly Seminars on Topics of Interest in
Materials Science and Engineering
Fridays 10:30 a.m. in the Ruch Engineering Building Room 110
Open to the Public
|8/30/2019||Dr. Chandra Mouli, Micron Technology
"Memory Technology: Fueling the Engine of Growth and Innovation"
|9/6/2019||Kemel Pasamehmetoglu, Idaho National Laboratory|
|9/13/2019||Mary Stevens, Herman Miller|
|9/20/2019||David Cahill, University of Illinois
"Current Understanding and Unsolved Problems in Thermal Transport at the Nanoscale"
|9/27/2019||Shigeru Amemiya, University of Pittsburgh
"Nanoscale Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy for Materials and Biological Science"
|10/4/2019||John A. Rogers, Northwestern University
"Soft Electronics for the Human Body"
|10/11/2019||Stephanie Land, New York Times Best Selling Author
"Unflinching Writing About Poverty and Motherhood"
LOCATION: Simplot Ballroom
|10/18/2019||Katie Li-Oakey, University of Wyoming
"Multi-scale Architectured Materials for Energy and Healthcare"
|10/25/2019||MSMSE Students, Boise State University|
|11/1/2019||Yue Qi, Michigan State University
"Multiscale Simulations of the Thin Passivation Layers - For Aluminum Forming and Lithium-Ion Battery Durability"
|11/8/2019||Joshua Robinson, Penn State University
"2-D Quantum Materials"
|11/15/2019||Brittany Brand, Boise State University
"Volcanoes - The Causes and Consequences of Explosive Eruptions"
|11/29/2019||No Seminar - Thanksgiving Break|
|12/6/2019||Dianne Ezell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory|