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Each Spring and Fall Purdue NCN students gather for a banquet organized by the NCN@Purdue SLC.

NCN Student Banquet Spring 2009

Date: April 21, 2009 (Tuesday), 6:00pm-8:30pm
Venue: East Faculty Lounge, Purdue Memorial Union (PMU), Purdue University
ncn_dinner_spring_2009_flyer.pdf (469.84 Kb, uploaded by raseong kim 4 years 11 months)
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Topic: How to Ph.D.: Three perspectives
Speakers: Prof. Robert Givan (Purdue), Prof. Jan Allebach (Purdue), Dr. Dmitri Nikonov (Intel)
Presentation slides: givan_starting-a-phd.pptx (51.85 Kb, uploaded by Amritanshu Palaria 4 years 11 months), allebachncndinnerlecture.ppt (228 Kb, uploaded by Amritanshu Palaria 4 years 11 months), nikonov_howtophd.ppt (312.5 Kb, uploaded by Amritanshu Palaria 4 years 11 months)

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NCN Student Banquet Fall 2008

Date: November 21, 2008 (Thursday), 6:00pm-8:30pm
Venue: Anniversary Drawing Room, Purdue Memorial Union (PMU), Purdue University
ncn_dinner_fall_2008_flyer.pdf (209.53 Kb, uploaded by raseong kim 4 years 11 months)

Topic: Preserving Research Data
Speakers:
Prof. Mark Lundstrom
Prof. Muhammad Alam
Prof. Alejandro Strachan
Prof. Timothy Fisher ncndatatalk11-20-08.ppt (1.53 Mb, uploaded by raseong kim 4 years 11 months)
Mr. Xufeng Wang (on behalf of Prof. Gerhard Klimeck)

NCN Student Banquet Spring 2008

Topic: Careers in Academia and Industry
Speakers:
Prof. Mark Lundstrom
Prof. Gerhard Klimeck
Prof. Joerg Appenzeller
Dr. An Chen

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