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Materials Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials and their Integration in Electronic Devices

11:45 am | Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side B

Presenter: Dr. George Tulevski, IBM TJ Watson Research Laboratory

The exceptional electronic properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) make them promising candidates for integration into a variety of future technologies. The key technical bottlenecks to progress on this front are mainly materials and chemistry related. How do we get the exact type of CNTs we want? How do we quantify the purity of these materials? How do we organize and place them on substrates? The solutions to these problems can enable a wide range of applications in the electronics...

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MEMS Seminar: Materials Prediction and Discovery Accelerated with Bio-Inspired Algorithms

12:00 pm | Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side A

Presenter: Professor Alexey Kolmogorov, Binghamton University

Data Dialogue

11:45 am | Gross Hall 330

Presenter: Daniel Egger

Founder's Day Convocation

5:30 pm | Duke Chapel

Exploring the Interplay of Software, Hardware, and ISA in Memory Model Design

11:45 am | North Building room 311

Presenter: Caroline Trippel, Ph.D candidate, Computer Science, Princeton University

VFF: Lies, Damn Lies & Statistics - What Deceptive Data Stories Teach Us About Information Visualization

12:00 pm | LSRC D106

Presenter: Deborah Littlejohn & New Information Environments Studio - Graphic Design Program, NC State

Interfacing Individual Molecules and Nanofabrication

3:15 pm | Teer 203

Presenter: Ashwin Gopinath, Postdoctoral Researcher from the California Institute of Technology

Founder's Day

(All day) | None

Innovation Jam

1:00 pm | Duke South Clinic - Amphitheater

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