CHEDSunday, April 6, 2008

1:30 PM-4:55 PM Hilton New Orleans Riverside -- Elmwood, Oral
Research and Education in Material Science
Partnerships in Education
Organizers:Paresh Chandra Ray
Craig Hawker
Marek W. Urban
Presiding:Carlos R. Rinaldi
1:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:35 PMNanomaterials for environment protection: Promises and challenges
Paresh Ray
1:55 PMNSF-PREM: Multidisciplinary research and education in computational materials science
Nicholas Kioussis
2:15 PMMaterials informatics: A new pedagogical framework for materials chemistry
Krishna Rajan
2:35 PMIntermission
2:45 PMCollaborative materials research across university, industry, government and international laboratories
Robert Hull
3:05 PMResearch and education in the Penn State Center for Nanoscale Science
Ronald D. Redwing, Joanna Skluzacek, Vincent H. Crespi, Thomas E. Mallouk
3:25 PMEnhancing the participation of Puerto Rican men and women in materials research and education through a strong partnership: The UPRH-PENN PREM
Idalia Ramos
3:45 PMIntermission
3:55 PMHoward/Hopkins/Prince George's Community College PREM
Joshua B. Halpern, Gary L. Harris, Daniel H. Reich, Scott A. Sinex
4:15 PMCSULA-Caltech partnership for research and education in materials (PREM) program: Empowering students through research
Frank A. Gomez
4:35 PMNSF support of research and education in biomaterials
David A. Brant

Research and Education in Material Science -- Next Session

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The 235th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008