Sharon C. Glotzer, University of Michigan, will present
Rational Design of Nanomaterials from Assembly and Reconfigurability of Polymer-Tethered Nanoparticles.
Joseph M. DeSimone, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will present Future Fabricated with Light—Continuous Liquid Interface Production to Drive Additive Manufacturing.
Information on the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening poster sessions.
Images will be on display in the Exhibit Hall for voting. Winners will be announced Wednesday afternoon.
Symposium X—Frontiers of Materials Research features lectures aimed at a broad audience to provide meeting attendees with an overview of leading-edge topics.
The 2017 MRS Spring Meeting will feature 10 tutorials covering a variety of topics to complement the symposium sessions.
The MRS Government Affairs Committee will hold a focus group to solicit feedback on the current advocacy profile of the Society, both foreign and domestic
In this session, attendees will learn about the MRS/OSA and MRS/TMS Congressional Fellowships and hear from current and former Fellows about their experiences as scientists in the Senate and House of Representatives.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine are seeking community input for a study on the future of materials research (MR).
We need your help in support of sustained federal research funding for the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy's Office of Science, Department of Defense Basic Research, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology in their FY2017 and beyond budgets.
The Research Funding Opportunities session has been refreshed in order to provide more interaction between the government agency presenters and our membership.
Come honor our distinguished award recipients at the 2017 MRS Spring Meeting Awards Ceremony. Be sure to stay for the Innovation in Materials Characterization Award Talk directly following the Awards Ceremony.
The MRS Graduate Student Awards are intended to honor and encourage graduate students whose academic achievements and current materials research display a high level of excellence and distinction.
Joost W.M. Frenken, Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography (ARCNL), will present SPM Goes Live—Seeing Dynamic Phenomena with the Scanning Tunneling Microscope.
The MRS Fellow program honors MRS members who are notable for their distinguished research accomplishments and outstanding contributions to the advancement of materials research worldwide.
The inaugural MRS Impact Award honors outstanding individuals who have displayed excellence in areas of science communication, education, advancing diversity, mentoring, or community engagement, which reflect the Society’s pursuit to advance materials science and technology to improve the quality of life.
The MRS Postdoctoral Awards recognize postdoctoral scholars who show exceptional promise that may include, for example, excellence in scientific research, leadership, advocacy, outreach, or teaching, during their postdoc assignment.
This year's recipients are Jennifer A. Dionne, Stanford University, and James M. Rondinelli, Northwestern University.
Join us throughout the week during the coffee breaks as the Arizona Science Center presents stimulating educational outreach through hands-on activities in materials science.
This panel event will convene top experts to discuss the fundamental materials R&D needed and the geopolitical and international supply-chain implications of possible pathways to realize this vision.
The Public Outreach Center will offer hands-on activities, demonstrations, information areas and seminars to engage future materials scientists and engineers.
Come hear about MRS’ Strange Matter Green Earth project (SMGE)—the design and development of a new museum exhibition on materials for a sustainable world.
Students will enjoy various interactive science activities and networking with students from around the globe.
This workshop will show examples of transport measurements in nano-electronics, impedance analysis and optical and magnetic materials characterization.
This workshop will discuss the process for creating nanoparticles, considerations during the process and new high energy milling principles.
This workshop will explain how object properties can be changed by adding nanoparticles using coating or casting techniques to have access to metal, ceramics and semiconductors.
This is an informational session and retraining for ABET evaluators and others interested in the accreditation process.
The Career Fair will provide an opportunity for Meeting participants and top employers to discuss career opportunities and will feature recruiters and on-site interviews, career development sessions, and resume critiques and mock interviews.
MRS journal editors discuss the fundamentals of successful scientific publishing.
This presentation will cover and compare the criteria for EB-1A classification for foreign nationals of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, EB-1B classification for foreign nationals who are outstanding researchers and professors, and the National Interest Waiver (“NIW”) Category.
This workshop includes an overview of the IMOS course with specific information about each module, including modeling of the curriculum and classroom management strategies for hands-on and small group projects, a demonstration of the content and assessment materials.
Join Alan Rae to learn how to incorporate sustainability principles into your research in a more comprehensive way while considering the real-world application of these principles to product design and manufacture.
In this seminar you will learn about strategies for communicating your ideas, brand, and promise of value as a scientist or engineer.
In this seminar, learn how to develop a negotiation strategy that will enable you to create a win-win situation and negotiate from start to finish in both your professional and your personal life.
Discover how to "work a room," start conversations with people you have never met before, and obtain information that can set you on a path to career victory.
This workshop will cover the elements of a successful poster and how to deliver a meaningful, effective poster presentation.
In this session, you will learn the elements of how to deliver a speech, presentation or any kind of public talk with confidence and poise.
This is an interactive one-day workshop for researchers, scientists, science educators and students who are interested in journalism and science writing. Applications due March 17.
The MRS Undergraduate Student Mentoring Program pairs undergraduate, underrepresented students (including women) with graduate student or postdoc mentors who help them navigate the next steps in their education and career.
Christianne M. Corbett, Stanford University, will present Solving the Equation—The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering.