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MSE Graduate Student Seminar

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MSE Seminar: “Interface Engineering in Nanoceramics”

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MSE Seminar: “Nano-Volumetric Materials Properties of Ferroelectrics and Photovoltaics via Tomographic AFM”

Nano- and meso- scale materials properties are crucial to the macroscopic performance of a wide range of functional and photovoltaic devices. In 2-dimensions, photoconductivity, ferroelectricity, and even domain dynamics have thus been investigated for decades now especially using variations of Atomic Force Microscopy. Our work and others reveals how these properties are frequently mediated by […]

MSE Seminar: “From Atom to System: Advanced Characterization for Next Generation Energy Storage Materials”

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MSE Seminar: “Polymer Informatics: Current Status & Critical Next Steps”

The Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) has heralded a sea change in the philosophy of materials design. In an increasing number of applications, the successful deployment of novel materials has benefited from the use of computational, experimental and informatics methodologies. Here, we describe the role played by computational and experimental data generation and capture, polymer fingerprinting, […]

MSE Seminar: “Characterization of Complex Eutectic Microstructures”

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MSE Seminar: “Characterization of Complex Eutectic Microstructures”

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MSE Seminar: “Predicting Properties of Structurally and Chemically Complex Materials using Physics-informed Statistical Learning”

To apply statistics and data science tools to aid computational designs of materials is under fast development. There are two unique aspects of the applications of these tools in materials science. First, the training sets are usually small. Second, physical mechanisms of material properties can be applied to facilitate the constructions of descriptors and statistics […]

MSE Seminar: “How to Care for Yourself While Navigating a Complex World”

As graduate students, it can be difficult to maintain a sense of balance throughout your academic career. There are often multiple demands on your time, from having a social life while performing well academically to maintaining your mental health and wellness. However, 2020 has brought unique challenges that include, managing a global pandemic, navigating issues […]

MSE Seminar: “III-V photovoltaic substrate reuse using fracture”

Controlled spalling of single-crystal semiconductors is an emerging technique which results in the rapid exfoliation of a thin, single-crystal layer by propagating fracture parallel to the wafer surface. Spalling fracture has been engineered to controllably and intentionally exfoliate thin film electronic devices from single-crystal semiconductors for the purposes of creating flexible devices or enabling substrate […]

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