FLAMEL Workshop

Event Details

Time: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 — 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: TSRB Auditorium

For More Information Contact

Holly Rush

Georgia Tech's FLAMEL program, an NSF IGERT, holds an annual workshop to bring together faculty and students interested in research at the intersection of materials design and manufacturing and the intersection of computation and mathematics, especially in the area of materials informatics.

In addition to those already involved in the FLAMEL program, faculty and students interested in becoming more involved in FLAMEL are especially encouraged to attend. 

Please register for the event online.


9:00–9:15          FLAMEL Overview
                          Dr. Richard Fujimoto

9:15–9:45          Experimental Design as an Organizing Principle for Materials Design
                          Dr. Martha Grover, ChBE & Dr. JC Lu, ISyE

9:45– 10:15       Flexible Polymeric Devices: Towards Predicting Device Performance from
                          Morphological Data
                          Dr. Elsa Reichmanis & Dr. Martha Grover, ChBE

10:15–10:45     Processing-Microstructure Relation
                         Dr. Hamid Garmestani, MSE

10:45–11:00     Break 

11:00–11:10     How to Quantify a Bowl of Spaghetti: Predicting Macro-scale Electronic
                         Properties in Thin Films of Conjugated Polymers
                         Nils Persson

11:10–11:20     Developing Structure-Property Linkages for Glass-Fibre Reinforced
                         Alicia White

11:20–11:30     Computational Approaches to Identify Multi-layer Formation and Growth on
                         Tungsten Nanowires
                         Jason Allen

11:30–11:40     Material Informatics for X-rays Scattering Data
                         David Brough

11:40–11:50     Crystallinity Analysis in Polymer Molecular Dynamics Simulations
                         Alex Lohse

11:50–1:00       Luncheon      

1:00–1:30         Data Science and Cyber-Infrastructure Enabled Integrated Workflows to
                         Accelerated and Cost-Effective Advanced Materials Development
                         Dr. Surya Kalidindi, ME

1:30–2:00         The Digital Backbone of the Materials Informatics Course
                         Dr. Tony Fast, ME

2:00–2:30         Large-scale High-performance Parallel Quantum Chemistry
                         Dr. Edmond Chow, CSE

2:30–2:45         Break 

2:45–3:00         Interactive Graph Visualization, Exploration, and Sensemaking
                         Dr. Polo Chau, CSE

3:00–3:15        Thermal Transport at the Interfaces of Nanomaterials
                        Dr. Satish Kumar, ME

3:15–3:30        Materials Problems in Manufacturing Process Modeling and Simulation: A Role 
                        for Data Science-based Approach

                        Dr. Shreyes Melkote, ME

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