About Interdisciplinary Instrumentation Workshops
We invite UM Teaching and Research Faculty from across campus to participate in lab tours, followed by discussion related to interdisciplinary research opportunities in instrumentation. The purpose is to spark new ideas about collaboration with colleagues in the U-M community.
Interdisciplinary Instrumentation Lab Mixer #3
Friday January 20, 2017
Please note multiple locations: We invite UM Teaching and Research Faculty from across campus to attend the third Lab Mixer to highlight interdisciplinary research opportunities in instrumentation. This time we will visit two labs in Chemistry/Biophysics, one lab in Randall/Physics, then to 3246 Randall Lab (third floor fishbowl) for discussion to learn more about each other and possibly spark new ideas and collaborations (food and beverages will be served). If you ever wanted to know what is going on in the diverse UM labs behind closed doors, now is a chance to start learning.
3:30 Meet in 3245 Chemistry
Lab tours (See schedule below)
Refreshments and beverages in 3246 Randall
We hope to see you there!
- 3:30 Meet in 3245 Chemistry Building
- 3:45-4:30 Brief Lab Tours:
- 1) Kevin Kubarych (Ultrafast optical and infrared spectroscopy using femtosecond pulsed lasers to record snapshots of the fastest molecular motions in chemistry)
- 2) Damon Hoff (Single Molecule Analysis in Real-Time (SMART) Center:Tools for single biomolecule microscopy and characterization (including TIRF and confocal fluorescence microscopy, AFM, and optical tweezers
- 3) Jeff McMahon (Technologies for measuring the Cosmic Microwave Background)
- 4:30–5:30 3246 Randall Laboratory
Food and beverages will be served.
The event is organized by::
-Jackie Li, Earth and Environmental Sciences
-Jeff McMahon, Physics
-John Monnier, Astronomy
-Nilton Renno, Climate and Space Sciences (CLaSP)
-Greg Tarle, Physics