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Propose a symposium for the 2019 User Meeting

Have a good idea for a User Meeting symposium in 2019? We want to hear it! Submit your ideas here by January 28, 2019 You don’t have to volunteer to organize the session, but that is encouraged. Symposia are typically half-day sessions with six to ten speakers, though there’s a fair amount of flexibility in […]

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Seeking candidates for UEC election

The UEC is soliciting nominations for interested members to serve the broader user community on issues of critical importance to the Foundry. Serving on the UEC is a responsibility that comes with the benefit of being an influential voice at the Foundry! Elected candidates will serve three-year terms, beginning in January 2019. Responsibilities, at minimum, […]

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User satisfaction is high, according to 2017 survey

This post is from Alison Hatt, Director of the User Program Late in 2017, the Molecular Foundry User Office compiled the results of our annual User Satisfaction Survey. Thank you to the several hundred users who took the time to complete the survey, providing critical feedback that helps the Foundry best support our users. The […]

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Propose a symposium for the 2018 User Meeting

We are now accepting proposals for symposia at the 2018 User Meeting. If you have a good idea for a topic of interest to the user community and want to get involved, we want to hear from you!

Submit a proposal here: https://goo.gl/forms/Ogba7o80Y28plr6O2
Proposal deadline: January 31, 2018

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UEC Election closed December 29, 2017

The UEC Election for three new members is now closed. See the archived voting ballot.

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Molecular Foundry 2016 Annual User Meeting: August 11th and 12th

Register now and submit an abstract for the Molecular Foundry Annual User Meeting conference! When: August 11-12, 2016 Where: Berkeley Lab, Building 50 Website: foundry.lbl.gov/usermeeting2016 This conference focuses on frontier research topics in nanoscale science, providing a forum for discussion and development of new results and ideas. All researchers are invited to participate, from academia, industry, and government labs. Participants […]

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Is Black Phosphorous the Next Big Thing in Materials?

A new experimental revelation about black phosphorus nanoribbons should facilitate the future applica- tion of this highly promising material to electronic, optoelectronic and thermoelectric devices. A team of Molecular Foundry users working with Jeff Urban in the Inorganic Nanostruc- tures facility has experimentally con- firmed strong in-plane anisotropy in thermal conductivity, up to a factor […]

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