Graduate Student Lunch with the Experts
When: Sign-up at the meeting on Monday, March 2.
Where: Convention Center, near the Registration Desk
Attendance is limited to eight students per topic. Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tuesday, March 3
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Convention Center, Ballroom A
Students may sign up on site to enjoy a complimentary box-lunch while participating in an informal discussion with an expert on a topic of interest to them. Sign up begins in the Registration Area. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served bases. Attendance is limited to eight students per topic/expert. You must show your ticket and badge at the door, and sit at the table number listed on your ticket.
- Orienting Nanoscale Structures in Self-Assembling Soft Materials
Chinedum Osuji, Yale University
- Polymer Physics and Advanced Manufacturing: An Industrial Perspective
Brent Neal, Milliken & Company
- Light-induced Molecular Physics
Amy S. Mullin, University of Maryland
- Beyond Graphene: To the Moon, Or to History Books?
David Cobden, University of Washington
- Complexity in Functional Materials: Why Should We Care?
Ram Seshadri, University of California, Santa Barbara
- Oxide Heterostructures
Susanne Stemmer, University of California, Santa Barbara
- Computational Materials Discovery
James Rondinelli, Northwestern University
- BRAIN Initiative
Terry Sejnowski, Salk Institute
- Micro-scale Biomechanics
Megan Valentine, Department of Mechanical Engineering, UCSB
- Working in a National Lab Nanocenter: CNST at NIST
Robert Celotta, NIST Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology
- Strategic Career Planning for a Physicist in a General (Non-physics) Industry
Mark Bernius, Morgan Advanced Materials
- Moving from Physics to Data Science
John Rumble, R&R Data Services
- Adventures of a Physicist in the Automobile Industry: From Basic Research to Commercialization
Greg Meisner, General Motors
- Being a Research Scientist at IBM
Michael Gordon, IBM
- Working at IBM on Science for the STM
Barbara Jones, IBM Almaden
- How Magnetism is Changing the World: For the Third Time, and How Do We Do Small Science?
Mike Coey, Trinity College
- Studying Magnetic Nanoparticles: An Example of Research Possible at a Small, Liberal Arts College
Yumi Ijiri, Oberlin College
- Magnetic Storage Related R&D in an Industrial Lab
Tiffany Santos, HGST, a Western Digital Company
- National Labs Life as a Magnetism-related Researcher
William Ratcliff, NIST
- Industrial Quantum Information Processing
Vadim Smelyanskiy, NASA/Google
- Computational Materials Science
Micheal Falk, Johns Hopkins University
- Liquid Crystals: New Frontiers
Oleg Lavrentovich, Kent State University
- Network Dynamics
Daniel M. Abrams, Northwestern University