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Agenda

DAY 1: Monday, May 7, 2018
Location: Days Inn Penn State / Room: Arbor

8:00a

Breakfast / Meeting Check-In

8:30a

Welcome

Jeff Fortin
Associate Vice President for Research
Director, Office of Industrial Partnerships

8:45a

Center Update and Meeting Goals

Mauricio Terrones, Center Director, Penn State University
Jun Lou, Site Director, Rice University

9:35a

NSF I/UCRC LIFE Introduction

Steve McGregor, NSF Assessment Coordinator

9:50a

Break

10:20a

P4-S18: Low-Temperature Deposition Of 2D Hetero-Materials on Conducting Substrates for Protective, Energy Conversion, And Sensing Applications
Thrusts: Protective Coatings, Energy Conversion, and Sensing
PI: Mauricio Terrones, Penn State

10:40a

P5-S18: Novel 2D Layered Materials for Biosensing Coatings
Thrust: Sensing
PI: Jun Lou, Rice University

11:00a

P1-S18: 2D/3D Hybrid Semiconductors for Electronics and Sensing
Thrust: Electronics & Sensing
PI: Joshua Robinson, Penn State

11:30a

Photo Op

11:45a

Lunch

1:00p

P7-S18: Integrated Sensor-Power Coatings Utilizing Two-Dimensional Materials
Thrust: Sensing and Energy Storage
PI: Pulickel Ajayan, Rice University

1:20p

P3-S18: Benchmarking Electronic, Sensing and Statistical Properties of 2D Films
Thrust: Electronics & Sensing
PI: Saptarshi Das, Penn State

1:40p

P6-S18: Atomic Layers for Multifunctional Protective Coating at High Temperature And Extreme Conditions
Thrust: Protective Coatings
PI: Jun Lou, Rice University

2:00p

Break

2:15p

P2-S18: Benchmarking Fenton Reactions with ATOMIC for Sensing and Catalysis
Thrust: Electronics & Sensing
PIs: Joshua A. Robinson, Penn State and Seyedehaida Ebrahimi, Penn State

2:35p

P8-S18: A Multifunctional Surface Based On 2D Materials for Bio-Applications: Material Integration, Bio-Interface Characterization, And Feasibility Study Of Biomarker Detection
Thrust: Electronics & Molecular Sensing, Toxicology & Biocompatibility
PI: Yin-Ting Yeh, Penn State

2:55p

Final Projects
3 minute speed talk / 2 minute Q&A
 

Full Projects

  • P3-S16: Low Temperature and Low Cost Deposition of 2D Materials on Metals and Conducting Glass for Protective, and Energy Conversion Applications, Yu Lei – student of Mauricio Terrones, Penn State University
  • P6-S16: 2D Materials Defects: Characterization and Impact On Performance and Reliability, Emilie Ringe, Rice University
  • P1-S16: Electronically Active 2D/3D Heterostructures, Kehao Zhang – student of Joshua A. Robinson, Penn State University
  • P5-S16: Development of Atomically Thin Materials based Coatings for Electrochemical Energy Storage, Keiko Kato – student of Pulickel M. Ajayan, Rice University
  • P2-S16: Low Temperature Chemical Vapor Deposition of 2D Layers for Energy, Protection, and Multifunctional ATOMIC, Nicholas Simonson – student of Joshua A. Robinson, Penn State University
  • P4-S16: Atomic Layers for Anti-Corrosion Coatings, Shuai Jia – student of Jun Lou, Rice University
  • P7-S16: Reliability and Multifunctionality for Next Generation Coatings, Douglas Wolfe & Aman Haque, Penn State University

Seed Projects

  • SP001-17: Modeling Growth Morphology of h-BN Using a Multiscale Approach, Long-Qing Chen, Penn State University
  • SP003-17: Boron Nitride Coatings for Low Friction and Wear, Doug Wolfe, Penn State University
  • SP002-17: Design of 2D-Material-Based Multifunctional Hierarchical Structure, Ming Tang, Rice University

3:45p

Break

4:00p

IAB Meeting and Discussion
IAB Members, NSF and Directors only (university personnel depart)

  • Directors' Update and Financial Report (this is the members only review; more details and Q&A with members)
  • Voting Process Review
  • Miscellaneous - include REU plans, Sensors Expo plan, Internships

5:00p

Technical Forum and Social (Poster Session)
Room: Sylvan/Willow

7:00p

Dinner on Own

DAY 2: Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Location: Days Inn Penn State / Room: Arbor

8:00a

Breakfast / Networking

8:30a

LIFE Form Review and Discussion
All participants (at IAB discretion)

9:30a

Closed IAB Meeting (Room: Centre)
IAB Members and NSF / Potential ATOMIC Members at IAB discretion

  • Approve November 2-3, 2017 IAB Meeting Minutes
  • Vote on New Projects
  • Finalize discussion of topics started on Day 1 of meeting

10:45a

Break

11:00a

IAB Report Out / Discussion
IAB, Center and Site Directors, NSF

11:30a

Action Items and Plans for Next Semiannual Meeting
IAB, Center and Site Directors, NSF

12:00p

Adjourn / Lunch

1:30p

Tour of Penn State Facilities (optional)