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Careers in Material Science

Chapman Hall, Room 125 Chapel Hill, NC

Applied Physical Sciences and UNC’s Materials Research Society will be hosting a career panel on May 17th from 4:30PM to 6:00PM in Chapman Room 125. Our panelists are PhD-level professionals with expert knowledge spanning education, outreach, business, and materials research. … Continued

Wubin Bai: Transient Materials and Bioelectronics for Advanced Healthcare

Chapman Hall, Room 125 Chapel Hill, NC

Transient Materials and Bioelectronics for Advanced Healthcare Electronic systems have been serving as technological underpinnings that support most aspects of our lives, ranging from healthcare, energy, to artificial intelligence. Any advancement that can push the fundamental boundary of electronic systems … Continued

Katherine Mazzio: Synthetic manipulation of hybrid organic/inorganic materials for energy conversion and storage

Chapman Hall, Room 125 Chapel Hill, NC

Synthetic manipulation of hybrid organic/inorganic materials for energy conversion and storage Abstract: The development of functional hybrid materials based on inorganic colloidal nanoparticles is of great interest for the next generation of energy conversion and storage devices due to the … Continued

Alex Chortos: Bioinspired electromechanical sensors and actuators for future prosthetics and haptics

Chapman Hall, Room 125 Chapel Hill, NC

Bioinspired electromechanical sensors and actuators for future prosthetics and haptics Abstract Integrating electronics with the body requires the development of electronic devices that take on characteristics of biological systems, such as softness and 3D form factors. 3D printing enables scalable … Continued