Schwami- stanford-Chalmers Workshop on Advancing Materials Innovatively December 14-15, 2015



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SCHWAMI-

Stanford-Chalmers Workshop on Advancing Materials Innovatively

December 14-15, 2015

​As part of the exchange program with Stanford University we are organising the SCHWAMI (Stanford Chalmers Workshop on Advancing Materials Innovatively) workshop on December 14-15, 2015. This is the fourth workshop. The workshop is held every year at either Chalmers or Stanford. ​


Location:

Chalmersska Huset, Södra Hamngatan 11

Time:

December 14, starting 12 with lunch to December 15 ending with lunch.


Monday

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:20 Talks (20 min per speaker)

14:20-15:00 Coffee

15:00-17:00 Talks (20 min per speaker)

17:00-19:00 Poster session

19:00- Dinner
Tuesday

09:00-10:40  Talks (20 min per speaker)

10:40-11:00 Coffee

11:00-12:40  Talks (20 min per speaker)

12:40-13:40 Lunch
13:00-13:20

Stefan Bengtsson?, Aleksandar Matic, Eva Olsson and Robert Sinclair



Introduction

13:20-13:40



Kasper Moth-Poulsen (Chalmers)

Towards Self-Assembled Single-Molecule and Single-Nanoparticle Devices

Kasper Moth-Poulsen


13:40-14:00

Thomas Hymel (Stanford)

Fabrication and Nanostructures of Silicon using Metal-assisted Chemical Etching

Thomas Hymel, Vijay Narasimhan, Ruby Lai and Yi Cui
14:00-14:20

Alexandre Dmitriev (Chalmers)

Magnetoplasmonics for the active control of light and ultrasensing

Alexandre Dmitriev

14:20-15:00

Coffee/Tea

15:00-15:20



Alberto Curto (Stanford)

Layered semiconductors for nanophotonics

Alberto Curto


15:20-15:40

Timur Shegai (Chalmers)

Strong coupling between individual plasmonic nanoparticles and molecular excitons

Gülis Zengin, Martin Wersäll, Tomasz Antosiewicz, Peter Johansson, Göran Johansson, Mikael Käll and Timur Shegai


15:40-16:00

Christoph Langhammer (Chalmers)

Plasmonic Nanospectroscopy of Energy-Related Materials

Christoph Langhammer


16:00-16:20

Aleksandra Vojvodic (Stanford)

Water splitting by transition-metal oxide materials

Aleksandra Vojvodic


16:20-16:40

Paul Erhart (Chalmers)

Optimization of norbornadiene compounds for solar thermal storage: A computational high-throughout study

Mikael Kuisma, Angelica Lundin, Kasper Moth-Poulsen, Per Hyldgaard, and Paul Erhart


16:40-17:00

Austin Sendek (Stanford)

Identification of Promising New Lithium Superionic Conductors from Thousands of Candidates Using Statistical Learning Methods

Austin Sendek, Qian Yang, Karel-Alexander Duerloo, Yi Cui, Evan Reed


17:00-19:00

Poster session
19:00-23:30

Dinner

Short address by Stefan Bengtsson?



Tuesday
09:00-09:20

Alberto Salleo (Stanfod)

Doping in organic semiconductors

Alberto Salleo


09:20-09:40

Christian Müller (Chalmers)

Polymer Solar Cells: From Disorder to Stable Nanostructures

Christian Müller


09:40-10:00

Ergang Wang (Chalmers)

Synthesis of Conjugated Polymers for Organic Electronics

Ergang Wang


10:00-10:20

Martin Andersson (Chalmers)

Bone Mimetic Materials

Martin Andersson


10:20-10:40

Anders Palmquist (GU)

Methodology to understand bone healing around implants

Måndag Anders Palmquist, Karin Ekström, Margarita Trobos, Omar Omar and Peter Thomsen

10:40-11:00

Coffee/Tea

11:00-11:20



Annika Enejder (Chalmers)

Shining new light on biomaterials -  Nonlinear microscopy of tissue-mimicking materials

Annika Enejder, Alexandra Paul, Huiyuan Wang, Lei Cai and Sarah Heilshorn


11:20-11:40

Paul J. Kempen (Stanford)



Characterization of Platinum Loaded Liposomes In Vitro using Transmission Electron Microscopy

Paul J. Kempen, Jonas Bruun, Kasper B. Johnson, Ragnhild G. Østrem and Thomas L. Andresen


11:40-12:00

Robert Sinclair (Stanford)

An Up-date on In Situ and Environmental High Resolution Electron Microscopy

Robert Sinclair, Sangchul Lee and Ai Leen Koh


12:00-12:20

Andrea Baldi (Stanford)

Reconstructing phase transitions within individual nanoparticles using in-situ TEM

A. Baldi, T. C. Narayan, A. L. Koh, R. Sinclair and J. Dionne


12:20-12:40

Eva Olsson (Chalmers)

In Situ Microscopy of Functional Materials for Manipulation and Correlation Between Structure and Properties

Eva Olsson


12:40-13:40

Lunch

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