Colloquia Series

The Materials Science & Engineering Department’s Graduate Colloquia series is a weekly seminar that brings speakers from academia, national labs and industry to discuss a wide range of materials-related research topics. All are welcome to attend; registration is not required.

Fall Semester 2021

Seminars take place in White Hall, Room 411, from 4-5:15 p.m unless otherwise noted.

Contact Professor Bud Baeslack with questions. 

This semester's speakers are:

August 24
Professor Frank Ernst, CWRU - Introduction to Department

August 31
MSE Open House Celebration

September 7
Professor Jennifer Carter, CWRU - EMSE Laboratory Safety

September 14
Daniela Solomon, CWRU - “Is a Literature Review in Your Future? Get Ready for It!”

September 21

September 28
Professor Jennifer Carter, CWRU - Swagelok Center for Surface Analysis and Microscopy

October 5
Professor Glenn Daehn, Ohio State University - Intentional Design of Materials-Aware Manufacturing Processes: Why and Examples

October 11 (held in White 326)
Professor Tony Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University - 3D Printing, Synchrotron Experiments and Machine Learning

October 26
Dr. Badri Narayanan, Lincoln Electric Co. - Additive Manufacturing Technology at Lincoln Electric Co.

November 2
Dr. David Ellis, NASA Glenn - AM GRCop Alloys for Rocket Engine Applications

November 9
Professor Desmond Bourgeous, Ohio State University - Modeling ultrasonic wave propagation in anisotropic materials with varying degrees of surface roughness using Abaqu

November 16
CWRU Distinguished University Professor John Lewandowski

November 23
Dr. Michael Gorelik, FAA - Additive Manufacturing at the FAA

November 30
Professor Jerome Delhommelle, University of North Dakota - Assembly, Cooperativity, and Emergence: From the AI-Guided Formation of Materials To the Onset of Soft Matter Robotics