Spring 2018




Jan. 19

Jonathan Bird
University at Buffalo
Driving Electrons Hard: Nanoscale Devices Under Strong Nonequilibrium

Serge Oktyabrsky

Jan. 26

Andrew Russell
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Open and Modular: Conceptual Foundations for Standardization

Unni Pillai

Feb. 2

Milton Torikachvili
San Diego State University
High Pressure Studies of Novel Superconducting Compounds

Harry Efstathiadis

Feb. 9

Kevin Osborn
University of Maryland
Ubiquitous Nanoscale Material Defects Near Superconducting Qubits

Papa Rao

Feb. 16

Andrey A. Voevodin
University of North Texas
Physical Vapour Deposition Approaches for Large Area 2D Materials Synthesis


Feb. 23

Sonia Castellanos
Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography (ARCNL)
Metal-Oxide Photoresists for Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography

Robert Brainard

Mar. 2

Vlad Shalaev
Purdue University
High-Temperature, Robust Plasmonics for Energy, Sensing & Nanophotonics

Michael Carpenter

Mar. 16

Dr. Carlos R. Cabrera
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus

Janet Paluh

Mar. 23

Dr. Mehdi Anwar
University of Connecticut
Zn1-xMgxO Nanostructures: A Versatile Material Platform for Advanced Electronics and Photonics


lulian Gherasoiu

Mar. 30

Kimberly Dodge-Kafka
University of Connecticut
mAKAP: A Master Regulator of Cardiac Hypertrophy

Scott Tenenbaum

Apr. 6

Ken Waksh
Boston University
Somatic mutations, clonal hematopoiesis and cardio-metabolic disease

Ben Boivin

Apr. 13

Paul Hansen
NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology
A Bottom Up Approach to Producing High Efficiency ZnO Nanowire Lasers

Carl Ventrice

Apr. 20

Peter Smibert
New York Genome Center
Portable and multi-modal technologies for cellular phenotyping

Mike Fasullo


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