Events

-
Please join via Zoom Meeting.

Title and abstract forthcoming.Please join via Zoom. Contact Cristin Ryman with any questions. read more about Duke Physics Colloquium: Margaret Gardel »

-
Zoom

The application of cyclic polymers in surface functionalization enables an extremely broad modulation of interfacial physicochemical and functional properties, surpassing the attractive… read more about MEMS/MatSci Seminar: Polymer Surfaces Group, Department of Materials »

-
Please join via Zoom Meeting.

"Topological Floppy Modes in Aperiodic Networks and a Mechanical Duality Theorem"Topological states of matter have been intensively studied in crystals, leading to fascinating phenomenasuch as… read more about Duke Physics Colloquium: Topological Floppy Modes in Aperiodic Networks and a Mechanical Duality Theorem »

-
None

Polymeric materials comprising mechano-chemically active components are able to undergo spontaneous structural rearrangements that generate internal stresses and motion. These stresses can be… read more about MEMS/MatSci Seminar: Liquid Crystals - From Simple Self-Assembled Constructs, to Autonomous Materials »

-
Please join via Zoom Meeting.

Title and abstract forthcoming.Please join via Zoom. Contact Cristin Ryman with any questions. read more about Duke Physics Colloquium: Kwang-Je Kim »