Splunk Tech Talk

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
Come to our tech talk to meet our engineering teams and learn more about our company, product, and full-time and internship opportunities! Food and swag provided. Bring resumes!

What Can Electron Microscopy Tell Us Beyond Structure and Composition?: Nano Seminar Series

4 LeConte Hall
  • Prof. Xiaoqing Pan, UC Irvine, ChemE / MSE / Physics
Spherical aberration correction marks a milestone in the development of transmission electron microscopy (TEM) which allows the quantitative determination of 3D structure and composition of nanostructures with atomic resolution. In combination with in-situ techniques, one can follow the phase transformations, chemical reactions, and dynamic behaviors of materials in response to applied fields...

TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI

101 Zellerbach Hall
Join 1000+ robotics/AI enthusiasts and researchers for TC Sessions: Robotics+AI on March 3, 2020 at UC Berkeley. Save 15% on tickets when you use code FUNG before early bird sale ends on February 15.

Ravi Bellamkonda, 2020 Distinguished Lecture in Bioengineering

Banatao Auditorium Sutardja Dai Hall
  • Ravi Bellamkonda, Duke University
Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Vinik Dean of the Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University Bellamkonda's research explores the interplay of biomaterials and the nervous system for the development of peripheral nerve regeneration, brain electrode interfacing, and brain tumor therapies.

Nanoscale Structures Modulate Protein Signaling at the Cell Membrane: Nano Seminar Series

4 LeConte Hall
  • Prof. Bianxiao Cui, Stanford Univ., Chemistry and Neuroscience
The interaction between the cell membrane and the contacting material is crucial for many biological applications, such as medical implants. We are interested in exploring nanotechnology and novel materials to improve the membrane-surface interactions. Recently, we and other groups have shown that vertical nanopillars protruding from a flat surface support cell survival and can be used as...

Google Info-Session

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall

Materials Science Applications of Four Dimensional–Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (4D-STEM): Nano Seminar Series

4 LeConte Hall
  • Dr. Colin Ophus, LBNL, Molecular Foundry
Traditional scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) detectors are large single-pixels that integrate a subset of the electron beam signal scattered from each electron probe position. These STEM imaging experiments record only 1-5 values per probe position, throwing away most of the diffracted signal information. With the introduction of extremely high speed direct electron detectors,...