Hard Materials Seminars
"Communicating Science - How to give better talks"
Science speakers make two kinds of fatal mistakes in giving talks—they fail to take into consideration the needs and wants of their audience, and they invariably try to cover too much material, in too much detail, and compensate by talking faster. Today I’ll give you some tools to help you avoid those mistakes, and I’ll share some tips for how to improve the communication value of your slides.
“First Principles calculations of solute transport in Zr,” by Abhinav Jain (Trinkle)
“LiMn2O4 surface chemistry evolution during cycling revealed by in situ Auger Electron Spectroscopy and X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy,” by Jenny Beach (Dillon)
“Variation in densification behavior of ionic conducting ceramics prepared by spark plasma sintering,” by Charles Smith (Krogstad)
“Drive rate and the transition between intermittent and smooth flow in small-scale plasticity,” by Gregory Sparks (Maass)
"Irradiation induced creep in Ag characterized by In-situ TEM nanopillar compression," by Gowtham Sriram Jawaharram (Dillon)
"Effect of iconicity on magnetism of K2MnS2," by Ankita Bhutani (Shoemaker)
“Distinguishing closely related compositions via x-ray fluorescence,” by Shannon Murray (Shoemaker)
“Solute transport database for Mg using ab initio and exact diffusion theory,” by Ravi Agarwal (Trinkle)