INRiM apre il “Ciclo Seminari INRiM”, una serie di conferenze tenute da personale INRiM e da relatrici e relatori provenienti da Istituti esterni, promossa con lo scopo di favorire scambio di conoscenze, sinergie e collaborazioni di carattere scientifico.
I seminari, di cadenza bisettimanale, si terranno in modalità virtuale il Lunedì dalle 14:00 alle 15:00.
La partecipazione è gratuita e aperta a tutte/i. Di seguito il calendario dei seminari.
“The Next Decade of the US Materials Genome Initiative”
Dr. James A. Warren (Director, Materials Genome Program Material Measurement Laboratory at NIST)
The US Materials Genome Initiative has just begun its second decade. With a goal of accelerating the discovery, design, development, and deployment of new materials into manufactured products, the MGI is focused on the creation of a materials innovation infrastructure.
My institution, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), has framed its support for the MGI around the need for a data infrastructure that enables the rapid discovery of existing data and models, the tools to assess and improve the quality of those data, and finally the development of new methods and metrologies based on that data. In partnership with agencies across the government, academia, and industry, these approaches are now yielding significant advances.
Of particular note is the potential for machine learning and artificial intelligence applications upon these troves of data, which is now being borne out, and the vast consequent opportunities for new discoveries. Additionally, and in light of the many changes in how materials R&D is done, the MGI has just released a new strategic plan, charting a plan for next 10 years of an evolving materials innovation infrastructure, which I will review in this lecture.
Per assistere al seminario: meet.google.com/ixc-esqo-yfg
23 GENNAIO 2023
“NIST on a Chip: bringing precision metrology out of the lab and into the field”
Incontro con Barbara L. Goldstein I Associate Director of the Physical Measurement Laboratory at NIST; Program Manager, NIST on a Chip
05 DICEMBRE 2022
“Thermodynamics of Precision in quantum thermal machines: theory and experiment”
Incontro con Giacomo Guarnieri I Dahlem Center for Complex Quantum Systems, Freie Universität Berlin
28 NOVEMBRE 2022
“Step-change in radiometry provided by improved predictable quantum efficient detectors”
Incontro con Jarle Gran I Justervesenet - Norwegian Metrology Institute, Kjeller, Norway
14 NOVEMBRE 2022
"Advanced bioengineering methods for direct cell reprogramming in myocardial regeneration"
Incontro con Camilla Paoletti I Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Torino
24 OTTOBRE 2022
“The interaction of light with matter (and viceversa)”
Incontro con Gianni Jacucci I Kastler-Brossel Laboratory - ENS, Sorbonne U., CNRS, Collège de France
19 SETTEMBRE 2022
“Magnetic Techniques for Rapid Diagnostic Testing for Health Care and Environmental Monitoring”
Incontro con Montserrat Rivas I Universidad de Oviedo