materials science

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materials science

[mə′tir·ē·əlz ‚sī·əns]
(engineering)
The study of the nature, behavior, and use of materials applied to science and technology.
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Fernando Alvarez and Arantxa Arbe, Scientific Researchers at the Materials Physics Center (and contributing authors of the published papers), described recent results from simulations on polymer blends carried out on the SGI Altix 4700 system:
Other speakers at Solar Flair include Solar Power Portal editor Emma Hughes, Energy and Environmental Management magazine's David Thorpe, Dr Chiara Candelise of the University of Edinburgh's Institute for Energy Systems and Professor James Durrant, the professor of photochemistry at Imperial College London, Dr David Lane, reader in analytical physics and advanced materials at Cranfield University and Dr Douglas Halliday, deputy director of the Centre for Materials Physics at Durham University.
Voter, of the Theoretical Division; and Michael Nastasi of the Materials Physics and Applications Division.
Paper authors work in metallurgy and ceramics science, materials science and processing, materials physics, engineering, and related fields, around the world.
Current uses include materials physics, computational fluid dynamics and quantum chemistry.
Having made significant contributions to the fields of radar technology, physical properties and materials physics and education, Dr.
Ho Nyung Lee, distinguished scientist and leader of the Thin Films and Nanostructures group in ORNLs Materials Science and Technology Division, was recommended by the APS Division of Materials Physics for pioneering contributions in achieving atomic-scale growth control in pulsed laser deposition, and for significant advances towards discovery of functional oxide materials by epitaxial design of thin films and heterostructures.
In addition, Dr Douglas Halliday, deputy director of the Centre for Materials Physics at Durham University will be present.
Kinch is a specialist in IR device and materials physics.
He completed his Doctorate in Materials Physics from Vanderbilt University and an M.
The University of Michigan is collaborating with IBM to develop and deliver data-centric supercomputing systems designed to increase the pace of scientific discovery in fields as diverse as aircraft and rocket engine design, cardiovascular disease treatment, materials physics, climate modeling and cosmology.
Other papers look at advances in materials physics and materials chemistry in general.

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