Mesoscale Materials, Phenomena and Functionality
Presented by MRS Bulletin
November 18 | 12:00 – 1:30pm ET
Host: John Sarrao, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Attendance for this and all MRS OnDemand Webinars if FREE, but advance registration is required.
The mesoscale domain where atomic granularity, quantization of energy, and simplicity of structure and function give way to continuous matter and energy, complex structures, and composite functionalities, represents a new scientific frontier. The November 2015 issue of MRS Bulletin explores some of the hallmarks of mesoscale materials science and highlights current and new research directions. This webinar will expand on some of the areas of mesoscale science explored in the articles in this issue of MRS Bulletin.
Integration of Computation and Experiment for Discovery and Design of Nanoparticle Self-Assembly
– Sharon Glotzer, University of Michigan
– Nicholas Kotov, University of Michigan
Instrumentation for In-Situ Mechanical Characterization: Nano to Meso
– Douglas Stauffer, Hysitron, Inc.
Understanding and Manipulating Mesoscale Ferroic Domain Patterns
– Long-Qing Chen, The Pennsylvania State University