Faculty present invited talks at APS and ACS meetings
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Physics faculty members presented invited talks at recent national meetings of the American Chemical Society and the American Physical Society.
As part of the ACS Presidential Symposium on Research Opportunities for Future Energy Technologies, Peter Olmsted spoke on Basic Science Challenges in Additive Manufacturing at the 251st Annual National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in San Diego, 13 March 2016.
At the 2016 American Physical Society March Meeting in Baltimore, Daniel Blair presented his work on Linking Microstructural Changes to Bulk Behavior in Shear Disordered Matter, complete with an interpretive dance of droplets in emulsions. This talk was part of an invited symposium featured in a forbes.com story that highlights the richness and vibrancy of classical physics in current research.
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