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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 Seminar will be held at 4:00 pm, in GWC 487. Refreshments begin at 3:45 PM.

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Host
September 10, 2018 Richard Chamberlin Arizona State University Testing Statistical Mechanics Using Computer Simulations Abhishek Singharoy
September 17, 2018 Kumar Ankit Arizona State University Controlling the morphological self-assembly in phase-separating materials Abhishek Singharoy
September 24, 2018 Minkyu Kim The University of Arizona Genetically Engineered Biopolymer Materials to Mitigate Infectious Diseases Abhishek Singharoy
October 15, 2018 Antonio Garcia Arizona State University Using the Nanoscience/Biology Interface in Biomedicine: Challenges and Some Examples for Low-Cost Point of Use Devices Vladimiro Mujica
October 22, 2018 Dong Yu University of California, Davis Superfluid-like exciton condensation in topological insulators Onur Erten
October 29, 2018 Matthias Heyden Arizona State University Solvation thermodynamics resolved on the nano-scale Vladimiro Mujica
November 5, 2018 Melih Sener University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Performance of a bacterial cell as an energy concersion device in terms of energy return on investment determined from atomic-detail structural models Vladimiro Mujica
November 26, 2018 Andrew R. Lupini Oak Ridge National Laboratory Imaging and Controlling Single Atoms with an Electron Beam John Spence