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Materials Science and Engineering Department Research Symposium

Speaker: several throughout the day
Date & Time: September 15, 2006 - 8:30am
Location: Fiber Optics Auditorium

Materials Science and Engineering Department Research Symposium
Ceramics and Materials Engineering

Symposium 8:30am - 5:30pm
Fiber Optics Auditorium

8:30-8:45 WELCOME

8:45-9:30 Professor Birnie
Nanoparticle dye sensitized solar cells

9:30-10:15 Professor Amatucci
Opening the door to new concepts in energy storage devices through the use of nanoenabled chemistries

10:35-11:20 Professor Kear
Breaking the nanograin barrier in sintered ceramics

11:20-12:05 Professor Garofalini
Atomistic description of materials confined within nanometer dimensions

12:05-1:15 LUNCH

1:15-2:00 Professor Haber
Advanced materials used for armor

2:00-2:45 Professor Chowhalla
The big deal about carbon based nanomaterials

2:45-3:30 Professor Mann
The materials science of teeth, bones and their diseases

3:50-4:35 Professor Lehman
Anomalous glass transition behavior and mechanical grafting phenomena in immiscible polymer blends.

4:35-5:20 Professor Safari
Breaking the barrier in Pb-free piezoelectric ceramics

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