All Events

Fall SuperUROP Showcase—Dec. 8

This fall undergraduate researchers have been hard at work: asking questions, designing research studies, and gathering data. Join us to hear what these talented students have accomplished at the Fall SuperUROP Showcase. Hosted by MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the event will offer refreshments as you tour the poster session and network with these emerging researchers.

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. ET
Building 34, Rooms 34-401 A & B
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Health Science Technology webinar—Dec. 8

Hosted by MIT ILP, leading MIT researchers and MIT-connected startups will discuss newly developed chemical tools and technologies used to target previously difficult disease mechanisms in order to bring more effective therapeutics to patients. Discussion topics will include expanding the repertoire of druggable targets, discovery of small molecule inhibitors to cytokines, and more.

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Dec. Seminar: Material Learning—Dec. 5

MIT.nano's December Seminar—Material Learning—will be delivered by Wilfred G. van der Wiel, full professor of nanoelectronics and director of the BRAINS Center for Brain-Inspired Nano Systems at the University of Twente, The Netherlands.

Monday, December 5, 2022
11 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET
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Raith VELION User Meeting—Dec. 2

Join this user meeting to learn the latest news on the VELION product and applications, and hear about nanofabrication challenges and achievements from invited speakers. The technical session, restricted to current VELION users, will focus on technical and customer support. Users will have the opportunity to discuss any issues related to operating the Raith VELION on a daily basis, as well as share experiences and best practices with colleagues.

Please contact Yang Yu to attend. Location: 12-0168

Innovating at the Inflection Point: Creating a Better World—Nov. 15 & 16

Together with partners in industry and government, MIT faculty and researchers continue to seek compelling problems where MIT innovation can make a transformative impact. Join MIT ILP's annual Research and Development Conference to hear from MIT researchers, MIT Startup Exchange entrepreneurs, and global business leaders dedicated to innovating to create a better world.

MIT.nano Associate Director Brian Anthony will lead a day two session on "Immersive Technologies, From AR and VR to the 'NameYour'-verse, Fact Fiction Future".

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