MATERIALS DAY SPEAKERS  

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Carl

Welcome
&
Introduction


Carl V. Thompson
Professor and Director
Materials Research Laboratory
Matthew Kulzick
Application of advanced microscopy to industrial problems: New tools give new insights

Matthew Kulzick
Senior Research Chemist
BP Amoco Chemical Company
Abstract and Bio
Frances Ross
Imaging and controlling nanoscale crystal growth in the transmission electron microscope

Frances M. Ross
Professor
Materials Science & Eng., MIT
Abstract & Bio 
Silvija Gradecak

An electron walks into a bar... Electron microscopy beyond imaging


Sylvija Gradecak
Professor
Materials Science & Eng., MIT
Abstract & Bio
David Moncton
Compact synchrotron radiation sources enabling advanced x-ray imaging and diffraction methods in a laboratory setting


David E. Moncton
Director
Nuclear Reactor Laboratory, MIT
Abstract & Bio
Cem Tasan
Nanoscale insights for macroscale solutions: Exploring novel damage-resistance mechanisms in metals


Cem Tasan
Assistant Professor
Materials Science & Eng., MIT
Abstract & Bio
James LeBeau
Accelerating the pace of materials characterization at the atomic scale: from machine learning to novel detectors


James LeBeau
Associate Director
Analytical Instrumentation Facility, NCSU
Abstract & Bio
Karl Berggren
Using quantum mechanics to hack the electron microscope


Karl Berggren
Professor
Electrical Eng. & Computer Science, MIT
Abstract & Bio

Matthew Kulzick

Dr. Matthew Kulzick
Senior Research Chemist
BP Amoco Chemical Company


Keynote:
Application of advanced microscopy to industrial problems: New tools give new insights


Frances Ross

Frances M. Ross
Professor
Department of Materials Science & Engineering, MIT

Imaging and controlling nanoscale crystal growth in the transmission electron microscope


Silvija Gradecak Sylvija Gradecak
Professor

Departments of Materials Science & Engineering, MIT

An electron walks into a bar... Electron microscopy beyond imaging


David Moncton David E. Moncton
Director
Nuclear Reactor Laboratory, MIT

Compact synchrotron radiation sources enabling advanced x-ray imaging and diffraction methods in a laboratory setting


Cem TasanCem Tasan
Assistant Professor
Department of Materials Science & Engineering, MIT

Nanoscale insights for macroscale solutions: Exploring novel damage-resistance mechanisms in metals


James LeBeau

James LeBeau
Associate Director
Analytical Instrumentation Facility, NCSU

Accelerating the pace of materials characterization at the atomic scale: from machine learning to novel detectors


Karl Berggren

Karl Berggren
Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, MIT

Using quantum mechanics to hack the electron microscope


CarlCarl V. Thompson
Director
Materials Research Laboratory
Stavros Salapatas Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, MIT

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