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Seminars and Workshops

The MS3 initiative hosts several speakers a year.

PNNL Frontiers in Materials Science Seminars

MS3 Seminars

  • "Nanometer-thick Molecular Sieve Crystals." Michael Tsapatsis, University of Minnesota, May 2017
  • "Construction of Well-defined Nanostructures from Flexible Peptiod Polymers," Ronald Zuckermann, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, March 2017
  • "A Combined Microscopic and Thermodynamic View of Nanoconfined Fluids and Electrolytes by In-Situ NMR," Professor Yue Wu, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, March 2017
  • “Biomimetic Specificity Guided NanoCrystal Growth, Assembly and Catalysis,” Yu Huang, University of California, Los Angeles, July 27, 2016
  • "Scalable Methods for the Use of Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes in Polymer Composites," Michael Kessler, Washington State University, June 2015
  • "Nucleation of Ice: A Molecular Perspective," Valeria Molinero, University of Utah, May 2015
  • "Impurities in Semiconductor Nanocrystals," Dan Gamelin, University of Washington, April 2015
  • "Interaction of Small Molecules in Metal Organic Framework Materials," Yves Chabal, University of Texas, Dallas, February 2015
  • Origins of Rotational Disorder in Graphene Films Grown by Vapor Deposition," Paul Rogge, University of California, January 2015
  • "Chemical Control of Biological Self-Assembly," Akif Tezcan, UC San Diego, December 2014
  • "Interpreting X-ray Spectral Fingerprints in the Absence of the Usual Suspects," David Prendergast, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, September 2014
  • "When Particles Collide: Aggregation-Based Pathways of Crystallization," R. Lee Penn, University of Minnesota, May 2014

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