Taylor Lecture: Prof. Giulia Galli, Liew Family Professor in Electronic Structure and Simulations and Senior Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory Institute for Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago

Date
April 11, 2019
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Time
8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Location
HUB 117, John Bill Freeman Auditorium
Description
Galli

Taylor Lecture/Award 
“Materials from First Principles”
Distinguished speaker:
Prof. Giulia Galli
,
Liew Family Professor in Electronic Structure and Simulations and
Senior Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory Institute for Molecular Engineering
University of Chicago
“Asking “why” matters to predict the future”

PSU Speakers:
Ismailia Dabo

Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
“Materials Simulation and Optimization from First Principles”

Michael Janik
Professor of Chemical Engineering
“First-principles guided catalyst design”

Vin Crespi:
Distinguished Professor of Physics, Chemistry, and Materials Science & Engineering
Director, Penn State Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, Theory Lead, Two-Dimensional Crystal Consortium
“Nanothreads: A new form of 1D sp3 carbon”

Cost
Free