Nanoscience Seminar

This is a multidisciplinary seminar series on Nanoscale Science and Nanotechnology.The seminars are co-sponsored by the LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science, School Of Molecular Sciences and Advanced Materials Initiative.

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Nanoscience Seminars are held on Mondays at 4:00 pm, in GWC 487. Coffee and Cookies are served. 

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Host
January 27, 2020 Stuart Lindsay Arizona State University The incredible secret electronic life of proteins Dave Smith
February 3, 2020 David Smith Arizona State University Atomic resolution in the electron microscope: Past, present ... and future?
February 10, 2020 Candace Chan Arizona State University Synthesis and properties of nanostructured lithium conducting solid electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries Dave Smith
February 17, 2020 Steve Goodnick Arizona State University Nonequilibrium electron and phonon dynamics in advanced photovoltaic devices Dave Smith
February 24, 2020 Huolin Xin University of California, Irvine Deepfake, artificial intelligence: will machines replace us all? Jingyue Liu
March 2, 2020 Jerry Lin Arizona State University Molecular sieve membranes for separation of small molecules Dave Smith
March 16, 2020 Edward Yu University of Texas at Austin Engineering strain and symmetry in semiconductor nanosctructures Yuji Zhao
March 23, 2020 John Kouvetakis Arizona State University Si-Ge-Sn mid IR semiconductors and related (Si)5-2y(III-V)y systems Dave Smith
March 30, 2020 Maitrayee Bose Arizona State University In situ ion beam analysis of materials using the ASU NanoSIMS Dave Smith
April 6, 2020 Abhaya Datye University of New Mexico Atom Trapping: Key to the Design of Thermally Stable and Regenerable Single Atom Catalysts Peter Crozier
April 13, 2020 Svilen Bobev University of Delaware At the crossroads of the classic and the quatum worlds: Solid-state chemistry of clathrate compounds Candace Chan
April 20, 2020 Alexander Green Arizona State University RNA nanodevices for engineering biology Dave Smith
April 27, 2020 Ken Elder Oakland University Modeling and Examining the Structural Properties of Two-Dimensional Materials Arunima Singh