The full-day symposium focuses on interactions and collaborations among research groups in the Research Triangle working in the area of soft matter. It will include speakers, soundbites (i.e., two minute presentations by students/faculty) and poster sessions. This annual workshop has helped establish North Carolina's Research Triangle Region as a destination for soft matter research.
Steve Craig, William T. Miller Professor of Chemistry
Christoph F. Schmidt, Hertha Sponer Distinguished Professor of Physics
Stefan Zauscher, Professor, Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science
The Duke Materials Initiative (DMI) was created to enable the necessary bold, innovative and transformative materials science and engineering advances that are only possible when extending beyond and crossing the boundaries between traditional disciplines.
Stephen Craig, William T. Miller Professor of Chemistry
Limit the size of the poster to no larger than 36"w x48"h
Screens will be available starting at 7am, and clips will be provided.
Soundbites: 2 minute time limit and 1-2 slides in Power Point format.
Bryan Center Garage, 135 Science Drive, Durham, NC
135 Science Drive, Durham, North Carolina 27708, United States