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Dissertation Defense: Kan Li, Interdisciplinary Materials Science

May. 16, 2022—DISSERTATION DEFENSE Kan Li, Interdisciplinary Materials Science *under the direction of Dr. Ronald Schrimpf “Laser-induced single event effects, total-ionizing-dose effects, and low-frequency noise in advanced FinFETs” Tuesday, May 24, 2022 | 12:00 | Zoom In this dissertation, radiation effects and low-frequency noise are studied in advanced FinFETs. Firstly, we evaluate the single-event effects on devices...

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VINSE Night at the Nashville Sounds

May. 9, 2022—Join the VINSE community at the Nashville Sounds Game Night.  This is a family event, so feel free to include your family and invite members from your research groups. Nashville Sounds vs. Gwinnett Stripers, June 24th @ 7:05PM Postgame Fireworks Limited tickets available, reserve your tickets here.

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VINSE Workshop: LinkedIn

May. 6, 2022—Join Dr. Rui Wang for tips and strategies that will help make your LinkedIn profile stand out! In this VINSE workshop you will learn the ins and outs of using this social media platform for professional networking and your personal branding. July 1, 2022 | 12:00  |  Virtual only | No cost | Pre-registration Required...

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VINSE Family & Friends Day – Schedule

Apr. 13, 2022—Welcome to VINSE Friends & Family Day! Below is information on where to locate the different activities. If you have any questions, find someone in a blue VINSE shirt. FOOD 1:00-3:00 Califarmia Food Truck – outside ESB, Garland Avenue, food voucher attached to name tag 1:00-3:00 Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream – inside, adjacent to cleanroom windows, 1st floor...

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Dissertation Defense: Joshua Passantino, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Mar. 18, 2022—DISSERTATION DEFENSE Joshua Passantino, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering *Under the direction of Dr. Kane Jennings “Targeted Electrochemical Reactions at the Active Sites of the Photosystem I Protein Complex” Monday, March 21, 2022 1:15PM  |  044 ESB In this dissertation, multiple investigations targeting specific reaction centers of the Photosystem I (PSI) protein complex were performed. Historically,...

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Dissertation Defense: John Williams, II, Interdisciplinary Materials Science

Mar. 17, 2022—DISSERTATION DEFENSE John Williams II, Interdisciplinary Materials Science *Under the direction of Dr. David Cliffel “Novel Biohybrid Photovoltaics for Expeditionary Energy” March 18, 2022, 3:00PM 001 Engineering Science Building Shifts within the priorities of the Department of Defense have led to an increase in modernization efforts. The drive towards modernization and new technology has highlighted the operational need...

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VINSE/ChBE Joint Seminar “Multiscale Modeling of Catalytic Conversion Processes for Bioenergy Applications“ Peter Ciesielski, NREL, 03/21/22

Feb. 25, 2022—Vanderbilt Institute of Nanoscale Science and Engineering & Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Seminar Dr. Peter Ciesielski Distinguished Member of Research Staff / Principal Scientist National Renewable Energy Laboratory “Multiscale Modeling of Catalytic Conversion Processes for Bioenergy Applications“ 03.21.22 | 4:10 PM | 5326 Stevenson Center Bio. Dr. Peter N. Ciesielski is a Principal Scientist and...

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Register Now: Summer Workshop in Microfluidic Device Fabrication

Jan. 12, 2022—Microfluidic devices can enable “labs on chips” that consume less reagents and have faster analysis times than similar experiments performed in a traditional lab environment.  Applications of microfluidic devices include portable sensors for point-of-care analysis, molecular and cell biology studies, and high-throughput multiplexed assays.  This short course will introduce the techniques behind the fabrication of...

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VINSE Friends and Family Day

Jan. 12, 2022—Join VINSE for a fun-fill afternoon to celebrate all things small. Door Prizes  *  Califarmia Food Truck  *   Hands on science   *  Facility Tours Participate in our hands-on science experiences and learn the answers to the following questions: How can scientists make nickel look like a penny? Can something be a liquid and a solid? Can...

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Learn to add false color to your VINSE SEM images, register now for the GIMP workshop

Jan. 5, 2022—GIMP is an open source image manipulation software that can be used for editing figures, colorizing electron micrographs, and more! In this workshop, we will learn the basics of the interface, specifically techniques for adding false color to an SEM image. February 16, 2022 | Engineering Science Building 001 REGISTER

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