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Advisory board meeting a 'virtual' success this spring

Monday, June 1, 2020

To halt the spread of the coronavirus, the CEBC hosted an abbreviated videoconference for its spring Industry and Science Advisory Board meeting on April 6.  We are grateful for the strong attendance, continued support, and helpful feedback from our industry and science advisors.

With options for off-line viewing of the meeting, we were able to ensure that those unable to participate in real-time could still hear about the center’s progress over the last six months. We also successfully held project evaluations, as we do each spring, but with an altered format to allow for remote participation.  If you would like to view the recordings or learn more about the progress reports, conctact Chris Lyon, lyon@ku.edu.

Student posters and presentations will return to the next advisory board meeting in October.

Learn more about CEBC's industry and science advisory boards



CEBC Calendar

October 6, Tuesday - CEBC Colloquium / NRT Seminar Series
9:00 a.m., via Zoom
Milind Kantak, INVISTA, Intellectual Property Manager and Chemical Engineer
"Intellectual Property and Industry Perspective"

October 13, Tuesday - CEBC Colloquium / NRT Seminar Series
9:00 a.m., via Zoom
Mei Liu, University of Kansas Medical Center, Associate Professor of Medical Informatics
"Artificial Intelligence: A Catalyst for Date-Driven Medicine"

October 13, Tuesday - Fall Industry Advisory Board Meeting, Part I
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., via Zoom
Register

October 14, Wednesday - Mandatory Safety Meeting 
9:00 a.m., via Zoom
Presenter: Kirk Snavely, Topic: TBA
This meeting is mandatory for all CEBC researchers working at 1501 Wakarusa

October 23, Tuesday - Fall Industry Advisory Board Meeting, Part II
9:00 - 11:00 a.m., via Zoom
Register

October 27, Tuesday - CEBC Colloquium / NRT Seminar Series
9:00 a.m., via Zoom
Elsa Olivetti, MIT, Professor, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering
"Bridging the gap between literature data extraction and materials informatics"

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