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December 3 and 4 (two speakers) Chao Lang, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, Penn State “Soft Materials from Block Copolymer Self-assembly: From Bioinspired Membranes to Hierarchically-Structured Hydrogels”
Sridhar Niverty, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, Purdue University “Four Dimensional (4D) Microstructural and Electrochemical Characterization of Corrosion in High Performance Light Metal Alloys”
November 19 and 20 (two speakers) Brianna L. Musicó, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Tennessee, Knoxville “High Entropy Oxides: The Multicomponent Materials, Their Synthesis, and Properties”
Wenxiang Chen, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign “Strain-Induced Electrochemical Inhomogeneity in Cathode Nanoparticles Revealed at Atomic Level”
November 12 and 13 Christopher E. Shuck, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, Drexel University “MAX Phases as Precursors to New MXenes”
November 5 and 6 (two speakers) Emmanuel Okogbue, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Central Florida “Mechanically Reconfigurable Materials and Devices Based on 2D TMD Layers”
Paraskevi Flouda, Graduate Student, Texas A&M University “Structural Supercapacitor Electrodes Based on Reduced Functionalized Graphene Oxide”
October 29 and 30 Diptak Bhattacharya, Ph.D. Student, Colorado School of Mines “Liquid Metal Embrittlement Susceptibility of Zn-Coated Advanced High Strength Steels”
October 22 and 23 (Two speakers) Mark T. Schnepper, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Central Florida “Non-linear Inverse Liquid-Solid Chromatography as a Methodology to Characterize Drug Concentration Losses to Polymeric Materials Used in Body-on-a-Chip Devices for Drug Discovery”
Jingyi Luan, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Washington University in St. Louis “Ultrabright Plasmonic-fluor as a Cross-platform Nanolabel for Femtomolar Detection of Bioanalytes”
October 15 and 16 Kayla A. Cooley, NSF Graduate Research Fellow, Ph.D. Candidate, Penn State “The Effect of Metal Incorporation on Properties and Critical Interfaces in GeTe-Based Devices”
October 8 and 9 Shan-Shan Wang, Ph.D., Research Associate, The Ohio State University “The Subsurface Structure of Abraded Al Alloys and its Influences on Corrosion”
October 1 and 2 (Two speakers) Shane Lindemann, Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin–Madison “Giant Piezo-Driven Multiferroic Heterostructures by Design”
Anna Dorner, Graduate Research Assistant and Ph.D. Candidate, Missouri University of Science and Technology “Solute Characterization of (Zr,Ta)B 2 Ceramics”
September 24 and 25 Hande Ozcan, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, Texas A&M University “Oligocrystalline FeMnAlNi Shape Memory Alloys: Microstructural Evolution, Scale-up, Magnetic Sensing”
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September 17 and 18 Andrew Meng, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Pennsylvania “Manufacturing of Advanced Materials for the 21st Century”
September 10 and 11 Ruopeng Zhang, Ph.D. Candidate, University of California, Berkeley “Imaging of Chemical Short-range Order and Its Impact on Deformation in Structural Alloys”