From Mobile Phones to Russian Dolls to MASERs – January 20

Join us January 20 for “From Mobile Phones to Russian Dolls to MASERs,” an IMR Distinguished Lecture with Neil Alford, Imperial College London. In 2011, Alford and his colleagues discovered that a Bragg resonator with sapphire plates of aperiodic thickness could achieve an extraordinarily high Q factor for the resonator. This led them to the discovery that it was possible to construct a MASER operating at room temperature and in the earth’s magnetic field. This research was published in Nature doi:10.1038/nature11339.

 

IMR Distinguished Lecture

From Mobile Phones to Russian Dolls to MASERs

 

alford-photoNeil Alford, Head of Department of Materials, Imperial College London

Friday, January 20, 2017

9:30 AM

Smith Seminar Room, 1080 Physics Research Building

 

Talk abstract and speaker bio: http://imr.osu.edu/seminarsandevents/imr-distinguished-lecture-series/

CEMAS Digital Theater Renamed OSU-FEI Electron Microscopy Collaboratory

The Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis (CEMAS) hosted an event on Monday, June 13th, to dedicate and thank FEI Company for their continued support in developing the new digital learning environment. The digital theater is an electron microscopy training feature unique to CEMAS and the cornerstone of the facility’s commitment to providing full-service microscopy services to business and academia.

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CEMAS Director David McComb, Vice President of FEI Company Materials Science Business Unit Trisha Rice, and CEO of FEI Company Don Kania with the plaque dedicating the digital theater

This digital environment, now named the Ohio State – FEI Electron Microscopy Collaboratory, reflects the efforts of CEMAS and FEI Company to expand the accessibility of electron microscopy to students, researchers, and industrial partners. During this event, a plaque celebrating FEI Company’s contributions to this collaboratory was unveiled, which is now permanently placed within the Electron Microscopy Collaboratory. Opening remarks were given by Ohio State’s Vice President for Research, Caroline Whitacre;  Dean of the College of Engineering, David Williams; the CEO of FEI Company, Don Kania; and the Director of CEMAS, David McComb.

 

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About the OSU-FEI Electron Microscopy Colalboratory

World-class microscopy education in the theory of electron microscopy and all aspects of its use and operation is also available at CEMAS, both in-house and remotely, through our digital theater. Students have live access to CEMAS instruments in real time within a state-of-the-art classroom environment to meet every microscopy training need. Video wall technology provides multiple display screens and projectors, allowing simultaneous display of microscope controls, microscope outputs and lecture slides. Students and lecturers can interact with and operate electron and ion microscopes from within the digital theater in a live, seamless manner – as if one were sitting in front of the instrument. Control of the microscope can be transferred to members of the audience using wired and wireless connectivity.
The microscopes can also be shared with students and researchers at geographically distant locations. Remote operation capabilities connect directly to the 100 Gb/s Ohio OARnet network, providing a unique opportunity for remote teaching and research to partners across the state of Ohio. CEMAS is pioneering the practical application of this
technology for research and training of the next generation of electron microscopy specialists, providing an environment to facilitate world-class collaborative research, and maximizing productivity while minimizing economic and environmental impact. This remote electron microscopy collaboratory system has been installed at the University of Dayton,
The Ohio State University’s Wooster campus and the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Dayton), with additional locations planned for the near future.

 

 

For more information about the collaboratory, CEMAS, and its services, visit:

https://cemas.osu.edu/

2016 OSU Materials Week – Student Poster Awards

Congratulations to the 15 Ohio State students who received awards for having the highest rated posters and presentations at the two Student Poster Sessions at 2016 OSU Materials Week!

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Ohio State President Michael Drake stopped by our closing session to say a few words about the importance of materials science on society, and congratulated the Student Poster Award winners.

 

 

2016 OSU Materials Week – Student Poster Awards

Michael Page, Physics (Advisor: P. Chris Hammel)

Sarah Watzman, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Advisor: Joseph Heremans)

Kevin Galiano, Physics (Advisors: Jonathan Pelz, Physics and Steven Ringel, Electrical and Computer Engineering)

Paul Gilmore, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Advisors: Vishnu Sundaresan, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Yiying Wu, Chemistry and Biochemistry),

Jose Lorie Lopez, Chemistry and Biochemistry (Advisors: Philip J. Grandinetti, and Anne C. Co)

Brandon Giles, Materials Science and Engineering (Advisor: Roberto Myers)

Steven Tjung, Physics (Advisor: Jay Gupta)

John Jamison, Materials Science and Engineering (Advisor: Roberto Myers)

William McCulloch, Chemistry and Biochemistry (Advisor: Yiying Wu)

Chris Ehemann, Physics (Advisor: John Wilkins)

Elizabeth Bushong, Physics (Advisor: Roland Kawakami)

Janani Sampath, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (Advisor: Lisa Hall)

Travis Hery, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Advisor: Vishnu Baba Sundaresan)

Maxx Arguilla, Chemistry and Biochemistry (Advisor: Joshua Goldberger)

James Rowland, Physics (Advisor: Mohit Randeria)

 

For the full listing of their posters and co-authors, and other awards given at today’s closing session, visit: http://imr.osu.edu/seminarsandevents/materials-week/


 

2016 OSU Materials Week is brought to you by the OSU Institute for Materials Research (IMR) and the Materials and Manufacturing for Sustainability Discovery Theme focus area

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2016 OSU Materials Week is sponsored by Center for Emergent Materials, an NSF Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC), and the Office of Energy and Environment

 

2016 OSU Materials Week – Friday Closing and Student Poster Awards 11:30!

Today is the last day of 2016 OSU Materials Week! Join us for two focus sessions on Simulation and Data Analytics and Nanotechnology in Medicine from 8:30 – 11:30 AM.

Our closing and Student Poster Awards begin at 11:30 AM outside on the Blackwell Patio.  We will have snacks, a few words from Ohio State President Michael Drake, and awards to the top student posters from our 110 entries shared at the two Student Poster Sessions.

 

Thank you for your participation in 2016 OSU Materials Week!

 

Below are some photos from Thursday’s sessions:

 

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2016 OSU Materials Week – second student poster session tonight!

Join us tonight, Thursday, May 12 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM in the Blackwell Ballroom and patio for our second Student Poster Session and reception.

 

 

Friday morning will host our last two focus sessions on Simulation and Data Analytics and Nanotechnology in Medicine.  And don’t miss the closing reception tomorrow at 11:30 AM with our annual student poster awards.

 

 

Full technical program is available online here.

 

 

Below are some photos of our successful Student Poster Session from Wednesday night:

 

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