OSU Materials Week is the annual showcase of materials-allied research at The Ohio State University and beyond.
2016 OSU Materials Week will be held May 10-13, 2016 at the Blackwell Inn and Conference Center on Ohio State's Columbus campus.
Technical and cross cutting sessions will focus on the latest advances in the full spectrum of materials innovation that continues a special focus on sustainability from last year's highly successful conference. Session topics will include:
- Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Materials
- Nanotechnology in Medicine
- Topological Materials
- Role of Corrosion on the Sustainable Use of Materials
- Developing New Ways to Manufacture Light, High-Performance Structures
- Energy Harvesting and Storage
- Simulation and Data Analytics
- Innovation in Materials Education
For more information, including a full schedule, Call for Posters, and registration details, click here.
About OSU Materials Week
Since 2008, The Ohio State University Institute for Materials Research has hosted Materials Week, an annual conference that brings together hundreds of researchers from Ohio State, other universities, national and government labs, and private industry at plenary sessions, technical talks, and poster sessions covering the full spectrum of materials allied research. Last year's conference welcomed over 300 attendees, featured 114 student posters, and had significant non-local participation from academia and industry with representatives from 31 universities, government labs and industry collaborators.