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Spring 2012

PDF of the Spring 2012 schedule (11 x 17 format).

Date
Title/Speaker
Sponsor/Host
1/25/12
Nature Inspired Materials Science (flyer)
MIchael F. Rubner, MIT

Nanotechnology Graduate Program (NGP)
Professor Svetlana Sukhishvili, x5544

2/1/12
no seminar

 

2/8/12

Mechanics of nanopottery and superwetting (flyer)
Ho-Young Kim, Seoul National University

ME Department
Professor Chang-Hwan Choi, x5579

2/15/12
Synaptic Plasticity and Remodeling in Neural Circuits: Role of Dopamine,
Drugs, and Beyond
(flyer)
Wei-Dong Yao, Harvard Medical School
ME Department
Professor Yong Shi, x5594
2/22/12

CANCELLED Adaptive Nanocomposites and Autonomic Gels (flyer) CANCELLED
Richard A. Vaia, AFRL

CCBBME Department
Professor Svetlana Sukhishvili, x5544

2/29/12
Bacteria, Biofilms and Fluid Dynamics: Elementary Flows and Unexpected Phenomena (flyer)
Howard Stone, Princeton University
ME Department
Professor Chang-Hwan Choi, x5579
3/7/12
Electrospinning for Functional Bone Replacement and Regeneration (flyer)
Joseph W. Freeman, Rutgers University

Stevens Interdisciplinary Biomaterials Research and Education (SIBRE) Group
Professor Henry Du, x5262

3/14/12
no seminar - Spring Recess

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3/21/12
Nanotechnology: Nanomaterials, Nanomedicine and Nanocars (flyer)
James Tour, Rice University
ME Department
Professor EH Yang, x5574
3/28/12
Interfaces and Nanoparticles (flyer)
C. Barry Carter, University of Connecticut
CEMS Department
Professor Matt Libera, x5259
4/4/12
Quantum Optics on Photonic Chips (flyer)
Dirk Englund, Columbia University
PEP Department
Professor Stefan Strauf, x5639
4/11/12
Making Nanodevices Stronger (flyer)
Brad Boyce, Sandia National Laboratory
ME Department
Professor Frank Fisher, x8913

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seminars are on Wednesdays at 11am in Babbio Room 122 unless otherwise noted.

For further information, contact Prof. Frank Fisher (ffisher@stevens.edu, 201-216-8913).