Materials Events

08

Oct

Location: 

Room G10, Old MSE Building - K-E8-G10

Part of the "Cool Materials" seminar series presented by the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

10

Sep

Location: 

Australian School of Business (Bldg E12) Room 105

Presented by Dr Qiaoliang Bao, FUNSOM and Collaborative Innovation Center of Suzhou Nano Science and Technology, Soochow University, Suzhou, P. R.

27

Aug

Location: 

Old Main Bldg K15, Room G31

Part of the "Cool Materials" seminar series presented by the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

13

Aug

Location: 

Newton Building J12 - Room 306

Part of the "Cool Materials" seminar series presented by the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

Presented by Dr Manual Hinterestein from the School of Materials Science and Engineering at UNSW Australia.

30

Jul

Location: 

Quadrangle Building E15, Room G031

Part of the "Cool Materials" seminar series presented by the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

Presented by Mr Jian Yang, a PhD candidate in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at UNSW Australia.

23

Jul

Location: 

Old MSE Building, Room G11

Presented by Professor Frank Klose from the Bragg Institute, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO)

16

Jul

Location: 

Chem Sci Bldg F10, Room M10

Part of the "Cool Materials" Seminar Series presented by the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

Presented by Dr Yangfan Hu from the Sino-French Institute of Nuclear Engineernig and Technology, Sin Yatsen University, Guangzhou, China

09

Jul

Location: 

Room 224, Electrical Engineering Bldg G17

The inaugural talk in the "Cool Materials" seminar series presented by the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

Presented by Professor Nagarajan Valanoor from the School of Materials Science and Engineering at UNSW Australia.

04

Jun

Location: 

Law Theatre 90B (K-F8-G23)
Abstract

The migration of charged point defects in response to DC electric fields is a phenomenon that can lead to long-term
degradation of oxide devices or that can be utilized to create unique device functionalities. This talk discusses point

04

Jun

Location: 

Australian School of Business Room 119 Bldg E12
Abstract

Graphene oxide (GO) has widely been employed in various fields, but its structure and composition has still not been fully controlled.

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