The Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials (PRISM)
PRISM at Princeton University was founded to address long term global and societal challenges through deeper understanding and invention in the world of materials and their applications. The core elements of our mission include research integrating the sciences and engineering to pursue new fields at the intersection of traditional disciplines, a seamless boundary between academia and industry, and the education of the next generation of leaders in the field.
Shared Use Facilities
Focus Centers at PRISM
- Seminar 3/26/2014 - Kari Dalnoki-Veress, McMaster University: Capillary-Driven Flow in Thin Polymer Films
- Seminar 4/2/2014 - Rajeswari Kasi, University of Connecticut: New Architectures from Side Chain Liquid Crystalline and Brush ...
- Seminar 4/9/2014 - Ryohei Seto, City College of New York/Levich Institute: Shear Thickening - Introducing Friction to Suspension Rheo
- Seminar 4/16/2014 - Robert Kolasinski, Sandia National Laboratories: Ion Scattering as a Probe of the Atomic-Scale Behavior of Hydrogen on Surfaces
- Seminar 4/23/2014 - Steven Girvin, Yale University: Title TBD
- Seminar 4/30/2014 - Jean Paul Allain, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Plasma-Liquid Surface Interactions in Magnetic Nuclear Fusion
- Seminar 5/7/2014 - Claire E. White, Princeton University: Title TBD