International Materials Institute
for New Functionality in Glass

Advanced Individual Lectures

Dynamic heterogeneity of glassy ionics probed by nuclear magnetic resonance and low-frequency spectral hole burning
Roland Bohmer, Dortmund University, Germany video slides
Externally Attained Functionality in Network Chalcogenide Glasses Exemplified by Radiation-Induced Effects - Oleh Shpotyuk, LVIV, Ukraine
Part 1: Introduction 1A video 1B video slides (for both)
Part 2: Remarkable Features and Applications 2A video 2B video slides (for both)
Part 3: Physical Aging in nanostructured, topologically disordered networks (Follow-up lecture on Aging from Nov. 2006) video


Microcrystallization and Active Applications of some Novel Glasses
Guorong Chen, Institute of Inorganic Materials East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST) video slides
Neville Greaves, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK
Visualising Glass video slides
Zeolite Collapse, Polyamorphism and the Role of Low Frequency Modes video slides
From Flow & Fracure of Advanced Glasses Conf., Oct. 2005 at PSU
Does Glass Fracture by Nucleation, Growth and Coalescence of Cavities by S. M. Wiederhorn, NIST (USA) video no slides
Stress Corrosion damage and Crack Propagation in Silicate Glasses by E. Bouchaud, CEA, Saclay (France) video no slides
Failure Strain Studies of Glass Fibers by Richard Brow, Univ. of Missouri-Rolla (USA) video no slides
Advances in Random Hole Optical Fiber Fabrication by Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech (USA) video no slides

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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