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The NCN@Purdue student seminar series provides a platform for students to present their research and get feedback from fellow NCN students. This is an excellent opportunity for the presenter to practice and refine a talk for an upcoming conference, as well as improve presentation skills. It is also a very good opportunity for the attendees to learn about ongoing research while enjoying free food!

2008 – 09 Seminars

May 1, 2009: “Influence of Dimensionality on Thermoelectric Device Performance” by Raseong Kim (Advisor: Prof. Lundstrom) {Attendance: 17}

Apr 10, 2009: “Towards an efficient level framework for designing and modeling complex microsystems” by Yi Zeng (Postdoc with Prof. Clark) {Attendance: 14}

Mar 27, 2009: “Silicon nanotubes – structures and properties” by Amritanshu Palaria (Advisor: Prof. Klimeck/Strachan) {Attendance: 16}

Mar 13, 2009: “Magnetic phase transitions driven by non-equilibrium spins” by Lutfe Siddiqui (Advisor: Prof. Datta) {Attendance: 15}

Feb 13, 2009: “Cantor Transforms for Random Systems” by Pradeep Nair (Advisor: Prof. Alam) {Attendance: 27}

Nov 21, 2008: “Designing Variation-Aware Transistor” by Ehtesham Islam (Advisor: Prof. Alam) {Attendance: 14}

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