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for New Functionality in Glass

US - Japan Winter School on New Functionalities in Glass

Fukui Institute for Fundamental Chemistry, Kyoto University, Japan

January 6-17, 2008

Lectures & Presentations

Special Lecture: Nature-guided Nanotechnology for Chemical Tectonics of Inorganic Materials - Kunihito Koumoto, Nagoya University, Japan
Part 1 Thermoelectric Oxide Materials for Electric Power  Generation video slides
Part 2 Bio Inspired Materials Tectonics video slides
Lecture 1: Controlling Light with Nonlinear Optical Glasses and Plasmonic Glasses - Takumi Fujiwara, Tohoku Universit, Japan
Part 1 Photonic Glass video slides
Part 2 Plasmonics (Abstract) video slides (same as above)
Lecture 2: Sub Tg Relaxation in Thin Glass - Prabhat Gupta, Ohio State University, USA
Part 1 Review of Phenomenology of Liquid Glass Transition and Relaxation video slides
Part 2 The Enthalpy Landscape View video slides (same as above)
Part 3 Size Effects video slides (same as above)
Lecture 3: Computer simulation of glasses - Walter Kob, Universite Montpellier II, France
Part 1 video slides
Part 2 video slides (same as above)
Part 3 video slides (same as above)
Lecture 4: Proton conduction in glass and its application to fuel cell - Masayuki Nogami, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Part 1 Proton Conduction video slides
Part 2 Proton Conduction continued video slides (same as above)
Lecture 5: Novel functionalities of chalcogenide glasses - Himanshu Jain, Lehigh University, USA
Part 1 video slides
Part 2 video slides (same as above)
Lecture 6: Laser patterning of crystals in glass - Takayuki Komatsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
Part 1 video slides
Part 2 video slides (same as above)
Komatsu, et al. published paper: "Patterning of Non-Linear Optical Crystals in Glass by Laser-Induced Crystallization." J. Am Ceram. Soc., 90(3) 699-705 (2007)
Lecture 7: Glass Surfaces and Coatings for biotechnology - Carlo Pantan, Penn State University, USA
Part 1 Glass surfaces for biotechnology video slides
Part 2 End of Part 1 with questions video slides
Part 3 Silanization of Glass and Applications video no slides
Part 4 Thermochemical Processing Effects on Multicomponent Glass Surfaces video slides
Lecture 8: Vacuum-ultraviolet transparency of silica glass and its relation to processes involving mobile interstitial species - Koichi Kajihara, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Part 1 UV Transparency of silica glass video slides
Part 2 continued video slides (same as above)
Part 3 continued video slides (same as above)
Lecture 9: Nucleation, Growth and Transparent Glass-ceramics - Edgar Dutra Zanotto, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil
Part 1 Nucleation Theory in Glass video slides
Part 2 Testing of the Critical Nucleation Theory and questions video slides (same as above)
Part 3 Crystal Growth in Glass Forming Liquids video slides
Part 4 Transparent Glass Ceramics video slides
Lecture 10: Engineered strengthening of glass - Tanguy Rouxel, Université de Rennes, France
Part 1 video slides
Part 2 video slides (same as above)
Part 3 video slides
Rouxel published paper: "Elastic Properties and Short-to-Medium-Range Order in Glass." J.Am Ceram. Soc.,90 (10) 3019-3039.
Lecture 11: Glass dielectrics for microelectronics and energy applications - Mike Lanagan, Penn State University, USA
Part 1 Dielectic Properties and Metamaterials video slides
Part 2 Metamaterials video slides (same as above)
Part 3 Glass & Glass Ceramics as High Energy Materials video slides (same as above)
Lecture 12: Role of alkoxysilanes for the design of silica-based nanomaterials - Kazuyuki Kuroda, Waseda University, Japan
Part 1 video slides
Part 2 video slides (same as above)

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DMR-0844014.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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