The Research Conference meets every Friday morning, when classes are in session, from 9:15-10:15 a.m. in room 214 Mudd. Faculty presentations take place during the fall semester and graduate student presentation take place during the spring semester.
Fall 2019 Coordinator: Prof. Kui Ren
Latha Venkataraman, Solid State Physics/ Chemistry
"Single-Molecule Insulators based on Quantum Interference"
Kyle Mandli, Atmospheric Science/Applied Mathematics
"Computational Methods for Coastal Flooding"
I. Cevdet Noyan, Materials Science & Engineering
"Accuracy and precision of diffraction-based strain measurements"
Michael Mauel, Plasma Physics
What technology advancements are needed for fusion electricity?
Katayun Barmak, Materials Science & Engineering
"Grain growth in polycrystals: Experiment, theory and data analytics"
Irving P. Herman, Applied Physics
"The Math of Herman’s Leviticus"
Nanfang Yu, Solid State Physics
Yuan Yang, Materials Science & Engineering
"Material characterizations and designs for energy storage and management"
Michael I. Weinstein, Applied Mathematics
"Waves in Honeycomb Structures"
Oleg Gang, Applied Physics / Materials Science / Chemical Engineering
"Programmable Nanoscale Assembly"
Thanksgiving Break - No Seminar