Nano Days at Highland Road Observatory, March 30, 2013, and Nano Days at Louisiana Arts and Science Museum, April 6, 2013
LA-SiGMA faculty and graduate students from Louisiana State University participated in the Baton Rouge area's NanoDays events. NanoDays is a nationwide festival celebrating the science of ultra small matter.
LA-SiGMA faculty members Dr. Kurtz and Dr. DiTusa gave lectures at both events.
- Dr. Richard Kurtz presented "Nanotechnology for Improved Energy Generation, Storage, and Transmission." See the video of this lecture.
- Dr. John DiTusa presented "Nanomagnets as a Path to New Computers" at the LASM. See the video of this lecture.
LA-SiGMA Faculty, Postdocs, and Graduate students led demonstrations to 35 visitors at the Observatory and over 400 guests at the Louisiana Arts and Science Museum.