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Darrell Schlom, the Herbert Fisk Johnson Professor of Industrial Chemistry in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Cornell, has been elected a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Election to the NAE is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. Membership honors those who have made outstanding contributions to “engineering research, practice or education, including, where appropriate, significant contributions to the engineering literature,” as well as to “the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology,” according to the academy.
Invitations to successful applicants will be provided starting in late March or April, 2017.
The summer school features lectures, hands-on labs and training with simulation and analysis software. Topics include 2D and 3D imaging, EELS and imaging using pixelated detectors.
The workshop includes technical sessions, a poster session, and one-minute talks. Topics include new instrumentation, spectroscopy, and the microscope as a laboratory.
There is no registration fee and all meals will be provided. Attendees cover travel and lodging in affordable on-campus housing. Participants from non-R1 research institutions and colleges can apply for a travel/housing grant.
APPLLICATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, February 15, 2017
July 16-21, 2017
Johns Hopkins University
Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy
JHU will hold its 2nd summer school on the growth and design of bulk crystalline materials in July 2017. The school will feature a combination of hands-on experiences and lectures by internationally recognized crystal growth specialists and will cover a range of topics.Apply Now!
In August, 2016, PARADIM welcomed a set of 20 industry participants representing six different companies to the Industry Users Kick-Off Meeting. Some of the companies, who are existing collaborators with Cornell, are interested in exploring Cornell’s new capabilities provided by PARADIM. Others are new to Cornell and have specific project ideas in mind that are best addressed by PARADIM. All participants are seeking assistance from the unique and growing capabilities that PARADIM provides through its user facilities and collaboration opportunities.
Cornell’s industry collaborations provide mutual benefits for both the University and our industry partners. PARADIM is committed to providing the same benefits to a diverse and extensive set of companies in the electronic materials sector. The PARADIM leadership team and NSF are currently working together to finalize the terms for corporate access to PARADIM facilities and staff. Please contact us to learn more.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Paul F. Mutolo, PhD
Director of Industrial Outreach
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VIDEOS NOW AVAILABLE! An Introduction to Density Functional Theory for Experimentalists 2016 Summer School
An Introduction to Density Functional Theory for Experimentalists
July 24, 2016 – July 29, 2016
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Professor of Materials
University of Oxford
Dept. of Organizational Behavior School of Industrial Labor Relations
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
3.1 Elastic properties of materials
3.2 Vibrational properties and phonons
3.3 How to calculate the elastic constants and the phonon dispersion relations of silicon
Friday, July 29, 2016
5.1 Vibrational spectroscopy and low-frequency dielectric constant
5.2 Limitations of DFT and post-DFT methods
5.3 How to calculate the IR spectrum and the low-frequency dielectric constant of SiO2