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Symposium BI01—Developing an Open Source Introductory Textbook for the Materials Community

2021-11-30   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Steven Yalisove, University of Michigan
Marc De Graef, Carnegie Mellon University
Kevin Jones, University of Florida
Amy Moll, Boise State University
BI01.01: Flexible Textbooks for the Materials Community I
Session Chairs
Scott Beckman
Tuesday AM, November 30, 2021
Sheraton, 2nd Floor, Grand Ballroom

10:30 AM - *BI01.01.01
Materials Education and the Need for Modular, Flexible Textbooks

M. Stanley Whittingham1

Binghamton University, The State University of New York1

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11:00 AM - BI01.02.01
Spotlight Talk—Integrating Interactive Computing Experiences into Materials Science and Engineering Curricula Using Open-Source Jupyter Authoring Tools

Enze Chen1,Michelle Wilkerson1,Mark Asta1,2

University of California, Berkeley1,Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory2

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11:05 AM - BI01.02.02
Spotlight Talk—Interactive, Reactive, Web-Based Media for Sharing and Exploring Materials Knowledge

Michael Deagen1,Linda Schadler1

University of Vermont1

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BI01.02: Poster Session I
Session Chairs
Tuesday PM, November 30, 2021
Hynes, Level 1, Hall B

8:00 PM - BI01.02.01
Spotlight Talk—Integrating Interactive Computing Experiences into Materials Science and Engineering Curricula Using Open-Source Jupyter Authoring Tools

Enze Chen1,Michelle Wilkerson1,Mark Asta1,2

University of California, Berkeley1,Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory2

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.02
Spotlight Talk—Interactive, Reactive, Web-Based Media for Sharing and Exploring Materials Knowledge

Michael Deagen1,Linda Schadler1

University of Vermont1

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.03
Functional Materials—Electronic, Magnetic, Optic, Thermal and Elastic

Scott Beckman1

Washington State University1

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.04
Teaching Materials Science Concepts Using a Web-Based Force-Directed Graph Framework

George Varnavides1,Amina Matt1,W. Carter1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology1

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.07
Late News: Virtual X-Ray Laboratories and Adaptable Activity-Based Educational Modules for Materials Science Crystallography and Related Subjects

Yakov Cherner1,Maija Kukla2

ATeL - Advanced Tools for e-Learning1,University of Maryland2

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.08
Materials—A More Central Science

Ilija Rasovic1

University of Birmingham1

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2021-12-07   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Steven Yalisove, University of Michigan
Marc De Graef, Carnegie Mellon University
Kevin Jones, University of Florida
Amy Moll, Boise State University
BI01.03: Morning Session—Flexible Textbooks for the Materials Community II/Panel Discussion, Needs and Best Practices
Session Chairs
Kevin Jones
Steven Yalisove
Tuesday AM, December 7, 2021
BI01-Virtual

8:30 AM - *BI01.03.01
Materials Education and the Need for Modular, Flexible Textbooks

M. Stanley Whittingham1

Binghamton University, The State University of New York1

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9:00 AM - *BI01.03.02
Vision Panel Discussion

Steven Yalisove4,Amy Moll1,Marc De Graef2,Kevin Jones3

Boise State University1,Carnegie Mellon University2,University of Florida3,University of Michigan4

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9:30 AM - *BI01.04.01
University Materials Council: MSE Department Chairs' Perspective on Open Source Test Book

Amit Misra1

University of Michigan—Ann Arbor1

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9:50 AM - *BI01.04.02
Open Source Presentation of Topics in Electronic Properties of Materials and Their Applications

Angus Rockett1

Colorado School of Mines1

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10:10 AM - BI01.03
Break


10:30 AM - *BI01.04.03
Filling the Capability Gap in Materials, Processing and Manufacturing

Glenn Daehn1

The Ohio State University1

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10:50 AM - *BI01.04.04
The Importance of Diverse Voices in Development of Open Source Textbook Materials

Sofia Arevalo1,Brian Salazar1

University of California, Berkeley1

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11:10 AM - *BI01.04.05
Growing Materials Science in Africa

Samuel Chigome1

Botswana Institute1

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11:30 AM - *BI01.04.06
Open Course Material Development, Distribution, and Usage

Anthony Palmiotto1

Rice University1

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11:50 AM - *BI01.04.07
Recap - All Speakers

Steven Yalisove1

University of Michigan1

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BI01.05: Afternoon Session—Working Groups, Working Groups Breakout Rooms and Logistics, Version Control and Server Needs
Session Chairs
Kevin Jones
Amy Moll
Tuesday PM, December 7, 2021
BI01-Virtual

1:30 PM - *BI01.05.01
Taking a Scientific Approach to Science Education

Carl Wieman1

Stanford University1

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2:00 PM - *BI01.05.02
Working Groups Fundamentals

Anton Van der Ven1

University of California, Santa Barbara1

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3:00 PM - BI01.05
Break


3:15 PM - *BI01.05.03
Working Groups Breakout Rooms
Math and Computation—Michael Falk
Inorganic Functional Materials and Electronic Properties—Scott Beckman
Structural Materials and Mechanical Properties—Amy Clark
Organic Functional Materials—Dave Martin
Characteriazation—Marc DeGraef

Michael Falk1,Scott Beckman2,David Martin3,Amy Clarke4,Marc De Graef5

Johns Hopkins University1,Washington State University2,University of Delaware3,Colorado School of Mines4,Carnegie Mellon University5

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4:15 PM - BI01.05
Break


4:30 PM - BI01.06.01
Approaches for Data Management and Version Control in Materials Science

Marcus Hanwell1

Brookhaven National Laboratory1

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4:50 PM - *BI01.06.02
OpenChapters—How an Open Source Textbook Might Work

Marc De Graef1

Carnegie Mellon University1

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5:10 PM - *BI01.06.03
Recap - All Speakers

Steven Yalisove1

University of Michigan1

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BI01.07: Poster Session II
Session Chairs
Amy Moll
Steven Yalisove
Tuesday PM, December 7, 2021
BI01-Virtual

9:00 PM - BI01.07.01
Materials Science—Who Cares? Why Should You?

Mark Atwater1

Liberty University1

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9:05 PM - BI01.07.02
A Text Book on Materials Degradation on Earth and Outer Space

Kalathur Santhanam1

Rochester Institute of Technology1

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9:10 PM - BI01.07.03
Late News: Incorporating nanoHUB’s Free Simulation Apps for Materials Science Education into an Open Source Online Textbook

Tanya Faltens1,Alejandro Strachan1

Purdue University1

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9:15 PM - BI01.07.04
Teaching Basic Crystallography and Diffraction Using Open Access Structure Visualization Software

Matt Beekman1

California Polytechnic State University1

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9:20 PM - BI01.02.05
Learning and Making Materials Through Case Studies—A Potential Industry Contribution to the Open Textbook

Sumitra Rajagopalan1

Bioastra Technologies1

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9:25 PM -
Additional Poster Presentation Recording


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