Materials for Today and Tomorrow: A Princeton University Materials Science Symposium

Wed, Apr 21, 2021, 8:45 am to 6:00 pm
Location: 
Virtual Conference
Audience: 
Open to the Public

Materials for Today and Tomorrow: A Princeton University Materials Science Symposium

Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials - the interdisciplinary center for materials science and engineering research, education and outreach at Princeton University - invites everyone to attend an upcoming research symposium on April 21, 2021.

Who should Attend

This symposium is intended for the materials science community at Princeton and beyond: Princeton faculty, researchers, staff, alumni and students (all levels); professionals in industry, government and organizations.

Registration

This all-day webinar is free. Registration is required. 

Program

Materials for Today and Tomorrow: A Princeton University Materials Science Symposium features Princeton faculty, alumni, industry, and government leaders discussing the development of breakthrough scientific and technological materials-based innovations. 

The April 21st Symposium highlights the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials' renewed dedication to expanding external engagement with our alumni, industry, and government colleagues; all are invited to participate. The day will feature 40 speakers showcasing diverse perspectives on topics including advanced manufacturing, quantum, soft materials, arts and engineering, catalysis and sustainability, and materials education.

Keynotes:

  • New Jersey engagement with the state’s materials research innovation community
    Judith Sheft, Executive Director New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology
  • A New Technology from an Ancient Puzzle: From theory to experiment to pilot to product: how an algorithmic probe into a conceptually simple age-old geometry problem led to a successful commercial startup.
    Adam Hopkins ’05*12, CEO of Uniformity Labs
  • Unraveling the Mysteries of Defect Formation in Metal 3D Printing
    Manyalibo (“Ibo”) Matthews, Project Leader, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).

 

For the latest information: Symposium program and speakers.

Register for the Materials Science Symposium.

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