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BESAC Mesoscale Materials and Chemistry
Town Hall Meeting

Co-chairs
Marc Kastner (MIT) and Bill Barletta (MIT)

Boston, February 29, 2012
5:45 PM in Room 253C, Boston Convention Center
At the American Physical Society March Meeting
Following the Kavli Symposium on Emergent Physics at the Mesoscale

Please fill out the RSVP form if you plan to attend the Town Hall.

The BESAC Subcommittee on Mesoscale Materials and Chemistry invites you to a Town Hall meeting to be held at the American Physical Society March Meeting, Boston (see above). The Subcommittee seeks your input on promising research directions in mesoscale science, where classical, microscale and nanoscale science meet. Input is requested on research opportunities that advance the frontier of mesoscale science in two areas: (i) new mesoscale phenomena and functionality and (ii) facilities, instruments and tools needed to synthesize, characterize and describe mesoscale phenomena and functionality.

The preferred format for your input is the Priority Research Direction Quad Chart, illustrated below and on the Public Input Page. You may use the input form on the Public Input Page to submit your contribution through this website, and also provide input in person at the Town Hall. If you input a Priority Research Direction Quad Chart prior to the Town Hall, it can be projected at the Town Hall to illustrate your oral comments.

More information on the context of mesoscale materials and chemistry and provision for uploading Priority Research Direction Quad Charts and additional comments can be found on the Public Input Page.

Please fill out the RSVP form if you plan to attend the Town Hall.

We look forward to receiving your thoughtful and creative ideas.

View a list of persons who have completed the RSVP form and will attend the Town Hall.

Templates:

Priority Research Direction Quad Chart Template:

Quad Chart Template


Priority Research Direction Quad Chart Example:

Last update: January 23, 2012