Current campus guidelines for any gathering other than academic classes, professional education programs (GTPE), or department meetings are available at

Tuesday, March 9 2021
11:00am - 11:59am
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Eric Vogel - Executive Director Institute for Materials (IMat)
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

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IMat Virtual Town Hall

Materials discovery is the foundation of many new technologies and is vital to economic growth as well as to the development of solutions to 21st century challenges in energy, mobility, infrastructure, computing, communications, security, and health. The reach and impact of GT’s materials research is broad; from fundamental physics and chemistry, to simulation, synthesis, processing and characterization, to properties that impact structural, chemical, biomedical, electronic, optical, magnetic, thermal, and energy applications. As one of Georgia Tech’s 11 Interdisciplinary Research Institutes (IRIs), the Institute for Materials (IMat) seeks to enable and support Georgia Tech’s internationally recognized materials research and innovation ecosystem, from fundamental science to applications and policy; establishing and supporting large-scale industry- and government-funded partnerships and research centers, developing opportunities for GT researchers to catalyze new teams and ideas, and establishing GT as an internationally recognized hub for core materials research facilities and infrastructure,

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