IMX Agenda

A sustainable materials system research agenda

Monday the 25th February, 2019
Dr Rupert Myers, Chemical Engineering: Industrial Ecology, University of Edinburgh
13:15-14:15
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Nano-Phononics and Nano-Photonics with Semiconductor Nanowires

Monday the 4th March, 2019
Dr Marta De Luca, Department of Physics, University of Basel
13:15-14:15
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Free electrons to molecular bonds and back – The dark side of solar fuels and solar chemicals

Monday the 11th March, 2019
Prof. Peter Strasser, Chemical Engineering Division, Technical University Berlin
13:15-14:15
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Nanoscale amorphous precursors and their phase transitions in diverse biominerals

Monday the 18th March, 2019
Prof. Pupa Gilbert, Physics Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison USA
13:15-14:15
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Molecular insight in fracture of soft materials

Monday the 25th March, 2019
Prof. Costantin Creton, Soft Matter Science and Engineering Laboratory, ESPCI ParisTech
13:15-14:15
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Prof. Fritz Bircher, Institute of Printing (iPrint), University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland
13:15-14:15
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Nanoscale Multimaterials with Complex Anisotropies

Monday the 8th April, 2019
Prof. Gero Decher, Charles Sadron Institute, Strasbourg France
13:15-14:15
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Nanocrystals as chemical building blocks

Monday the 15th April, 2019
Prof. Helmut Cölfen, University of Konstanz, Physical Chemistry
13:15-14:15
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3D Morphological Characterization of Complex Soft Matter Assemblies at the Sub-Unit Cell Level

Monday the 29th April, 2019
Prof. Erwin Thomas, Thomas Research Group, Rice University Houston USA
13:15-14:15
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Hybrid Additive Manufacturing of metal parts with 3D control of internal stresses and microstructures

Monday the 6th May, 2019
Prof. Roland Logé, Laboratory of Thermomechanical Metallurgy, EPFL
13:15-14:15
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From a Moore’s Law for Fibers To Fabrics as a Service

Monday the 13th May, 2019
Prof. Yoel Fink, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT USA
13:15-14:15
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Versatile and scalable approaches to chemical processing of nanocarbons

Monday the 20th May, 2019
Prof. Milo Shaffer, Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London
13:15-14:15
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Deep Neural Networks in Electron Microscopy of Quantum Materials: From Learning Physics to Atomic Manipulation

Monday the 27th May, 2019
Prof Sergei Kalinin, Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS), Oak Ridge National Laboratory USA
13:15-14:15
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