Some Surprises and Research Opportunities Concerning Soft Matter

Steve Granick, Ph.D.

Founder Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

Professor of Physics and Biophysics

Professor of Chemistry

Graphene Oxide at Interfaces: New Insights of an Old Material

Jiaxing Huang, Ph.D.

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 

X-Ray NanoVision

Oleg Shpyrko, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Physics Department

University California, San Diego

Research and Development of Advanced Batteries for Transportation Applications

Tien Q. Duong, M.S.

Office of Vehicle Technologies, U. S. Department of Energy

Exploring Fundamental Responses and Limits of Precipitation Processes for the Synthesis of Nanopowders of Unique Morphologies

Olivia Graeve, Ph.D.

Innovative Nano-structuring Routes for New Energy Materials and Device

Monday 3/26/12 4:00pm - 5:00pm; LOCATION: Fung Auditorium

Sang Mock Lee, Ph.D.

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics, Korea

Naomi Matsuura, PhD

Jr. Scientist in Imaging Research at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Lecturer in the Department of Medical Biophysics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto


Green Approaches to Nanoscale Engineering: Plasmonic Resonators, Chemical Sensors,

Rubber Solar Cells, and Electronic Skin

Darren J. Lipomi, Ph.D.

The Soluble Lead Acid Flow Battery: Development From Fundamental Chemistry to Pilot Scale

Note location of seminar in 4309 Jacobs Hall 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Richard Wills, Ph.D.

University of Southampton, UK


Nano-Engineered Biotic/Abiotic Materials and Interfaces for Understanding and Controlling Biology and Disease

C. Jeffrey Brinker, Ph.D.