Paul Shearing of the University of College London will give a talk on "The Role of Advanced X-ray Characterisation in Understanding Degradation and Failure in Li-ion Batteries."
Every Monday, the Mines community sets aside 30 minutes to learn more about racial equity in STEM. Orediggers unite to support an equitable and just campus community. Share what you're doing with others by using #OrediggersForEquity. Need some ideas? Check out Mines DI&A's advocates for racial equity resources.
The purpose of these monthly meetings is to engage all departments and campus units in guiding Mines DI&A, support unit DI&A implementation efforts, share best practices as we implement our Strategic Plan for DI&A, and facilitate communication between the campus community and leadership. General DI&A council meetings are open to the Mines community. At each […]
Welcome! Mindful Mondays will continue for Fall 2020 as a drop-in guided mindfulness meditation for all Mines students, faculty, and staff. No experience necessary, all are welcome, come as you are! Our Kick-Off Meeting will be held via ZOOM, join us virtually here as we take care of ourselves as Orediggers. Held every Monday from […]
Laura Waller University of California, Berkeley Abstract: We describe a compact and inexpensive computational microscope that encodes 3D information into a single 2D sensor measurement, then exploits sparsity to reconstruct […]
Keith Johnston of the University of Texas at Austin will give a talk on "Soft Matter Stabilization at Challenging Conditions for Drug Delivery and Energy Applications"
Mines DI&A committed to extending additional opportunities for all of campus to practice what was learned in either the exploring implicit (unconscious) bias and/or minimizing microaggressions workshops this fall. You […]
The Graduate Student Skills Seminar is Scheduled in a Virtual Format Topic: Time Management: Insights from Current and Past Graduate Students (Establishing Successful Routines) Virtual Meeting Information: Cheryl Ann Medford […]
Peter Cummings from Vanderbilt University will give a talk on "The Molecular Simulation Design Framework (MoSDeF): Capabilities and Applications."
Trevor Rhone Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Abstract: When the dimensionality of an electron system is reduced from three dimensions to two dimensions, new behavior emerges. This has been demonstrated in gallium […]