All Events

Tool Talk with Alemnis—Jan. 21

Join us for a virtual tool talk with Alemnis to learn about recent innovation in in-situ extreme mechanics at the micro and nanoscale

Thursday, January 21, 2020
11 am – 12 pm EST

Attendees can join via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 945 8610 0937

Webinar: Low-carbon fuels—Jan. 14

In this webinar, leading researchers will discuss the role that low-carbon fuels, such as hydrogen and biofuels, can play in getting us to net-zero emissions across all of these sectors––an increasingly urgent cornerstone of any effective climate change mitigation strategy.

10AM — 12PM

Hosted by MIT's Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) and MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI).

IAP course: Biomechanics in everyday life—January 2021

In this course, you will see how motion capture, photogrammetry, and virtual reality can be applied to understand more deeply how our body achieves tasks that seem intuitive and easy to us, and how these tools can be used in research, education, and athletic and artistic improvement.

The course is sponsored by the MIT.nano Immersion Lab, which provides space, tools, and a platform to connect scientists and engineers with artists, musicians, and performers through creative projects that bridge multiple disciplines. It also showcases the capabilities of the MIT Clinical Research Center, which supports human research and medical innovation.

Learn more and register.

AIM Photonics 2020 Integrated Photonic Systems Roadmap Webinar—Dec. 10

AIM Photonics will host a webinar for the release of the 2020 Integrated Photonic Systems Roadmap-International (ISPR-I), and to hear briefings from industry leaders on expectations for technology supply-chain guidance from the Roadmap. The primary 2020 application drivers will be addressed: telecommunications, data centers, transportation and biomedical sensing.

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EST
Register here.

Decarbonizing the industrial sector—Dec. 7

In this webinar, Karthish Manthiram, Theodore T. Miller Career Development Chair and an assistant professor of Chemical Engineering, Yuriy Román, a professor of Chemical Engineering, and Bilge Yildiz, a professor of nuclear science and engineering and materials science and engineering, will look at the different technology intersections involved in industrial decarbonization: electrification, coupling of reactions and separations, bio-based approaches, circular processing, and sustainable utilization of petroleum feedstocks. Robert Armstrong, the director of MITEI, will moderate and lead an audience Q&A.

10 a.m. – 12 p.m. EST
Register here.