Events

Events

MSE Colloquium: Dr. Honggyu Kim, Unlocking Phase Complexity in Functional Materials Using 4D-STEM and Machine-Learning-Aided Digital Image Processing
Abstract Four-dimensional scanning transmission electron microscopy (4D-STEM) has emerged as a powerful technique for characterizing crystal structures and uncovering previously...
Beyond the Scope: Utilizing electron microscopy to understand the effect of the environment on premature fracture of structural metals
Join Jenifer Locke , professor of materials science and engineering, on utilizing electron microscopy to understand the effect of the environment on premature fracture of...
Welding Engineering Open House - Spring 2024
Celebrate National Engineers Week by attending the Welding Engineering Open House.
MSE Colloquium: Dr. Kris Darling, The Stable Response of Nanocrystalline Metals
Abstract Although an understanding of the bulk mechanical response of nanocrystalline metals have been pursued intensely for over three decades, much remains a mystery with...
MSE Colloquium: Dr. Jesse Berezovsky, Crystals of sound: Using the physics of phase transitions to understand the ordered structure of music
Abstract The beauty of music arises out of a balance between consonance and dissonance, regular order and variety, predictability and surprise. In materials, a similar...
MSE Colloquium: Dr. Marc De Graef, Advances towards quantitative Lorentz Transmission Electron Microscopy
Abstract The study of magnetic domain walls in conventional magnetic materials as well as more complex topologically protected magnetic excitations (e.g., skyrmions and hopfions)...
MSE Colloquium: Dr. Rudolph Buchheit, It’s More Than Just Good Ideas: Advancing Research Through Networking, Relationships, Collaboration and Leverage
More details to come!
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