Felix Lu, Ph.D. Director of MRSEC shared facilities Office: 608-262-6099 Email: email@example.com
Erin Gill, Ph.D. Administrative Director (UW-MRSEC) Office: 608-263-0612 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1308 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI 53715 Phone: (608) 263-2600
EVENT NAME: UWAMIC
Block reservartion expires on August 25th, so book rooms early if needed!
Are you interested in joining the Advanced Materials Industrial Consortium?
Companies joining the consortium:
In addition, member companies can participate in the following:
Industrial Fellows Program
Industrial Partners may fund directed research and negotiate for licensing the intellectual property. Please contact one of the co-directors for further details.
To join, or if you have additional questions, please contact:
Felix Lu, Director of MRSEC shared facilities Phone: (608) 262-6099
Erin Gill, MRSEC Administrative Director Phone: (608) 263-0612
Are you a company looking for a single point of contact to initiate administrative issues? Try the Office of Corporate Relations.
For a single point of contact for materials related issues, please contact us at the UW-AMIC!
Please join us for the 2014 annual Advanced Materials Industrial Consortium meeting. There will be opportunities for student-industrial
"speed-networking", research highlights relevant to industrial product development, UWAMIC member company highlights, and refreshments throughout the day, along with a facilities open house showing the capabilities of the Atom probe and Focused Ion Beam (FIB) sample preparation for this instrument!
Also -- Does your company have an international counterpart? Do your products/services have an international market? OR, are you a student/postdoc interested in international internship opportunities? If so, please visit Michelle at the International Internship Program (IIP) booth during the poster session.
New approaches to next generation ion transport membranes
Carbon nanotube photovoltaics: Energy capture and flow studied with 2D White Light spectroscopy
Communicating Nanotechnology in new media environments
Materials Network update & Advances in Computational Materials Science
Environmental Health and Safety of Nanomaterials
Dr. Tim Burland (Platypus Technologies): Liquid Crystal sensors for Dosimetry and rapid Sensing of Toxic Gases
Shared Instrument Facilities Open House highlight - The atom probe and FIB sample prep
|Dr. Thomas Kelly (Cameca): Atom Probe Tomography Reaches the Mainstream
David Olson (Cameca): FIB based sample preparation for Atom Probe Tomography
2014 AMIC Meeting Itinerary
7:30 Continental Breakfast
8:00 Tribute to Jon McCarthy
8:05 Consortium Status and Facilities Update
8:25 MRSEC/NSEC update (Nick Abbott)
8:45 Carbon nanotube photovoltaics: Energy capture and flow studied with 2D white-light spectroscopy (Martin Zanni)
9:30 Speed Networking
10:00 The influence of the internet on communication and perception (Dominique Brossard)
10:30 Materials Network update (Dane Morgan / Tom Kuech)
10:45 Interdisciplinary Computing Group (ICG) (Izabela Szlufarska)
11:00 Research Highlights
12:00 Poster Session & LUNCH
(Presenters at posters 12:30-1:00 pm)
1:30 New approaches to next generation ion transport membranes (Mahesh Mahanthappa)
UW AMIC MEMBER SHOWCASE SESSION
2:00 Liquid crystal sensors for Dosimetry and rapid sensing of toxic gases (Tim Burland, Platypus Technologies)
2:30 Next Generation Electrolytes for Lithium ion batteries (Robert Hamers, Silatronix)
3:00 Bubbler: a novel energy harvesting device based on reverse electrowetting (Tom Krupenkin, InStep NanoPower)
FACILITIES OPEN HOUSE TALKS
3:45 The Atom Probe comes into the mainstream (Tom Kelly, Cameca)
4:00 Sample preparation for the Atom Probe using FIB (David Olson, Cameca)
4:15 Instrument Tours/demos/reception (Materials Science Center)