• September 23, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Aranzazu del Campo (INM - Leibniz-Institut, Saarbrücken)

    Living Materials: utilizing cells to program new functions

    Abstract Living cells are genetically programmed to synthesize a staggering number of complex molecules from a few precursors. This ability in natural materials allows for long-term and efficient (re)generation and …

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  • September 30, 2019 · AMOLF Lecture Room · Public Colloquium · Yoav Lahini (Tel Aviv University)

    Aging and Memory Effects in Disordered Mechanical Systems

    Abstract I will discuss the observation of some of the hallmarks of glassy dynamics - slow relaxation, aging and memory effects -  in a-thermal, macroscopically-disordered and internally frustrated mechanical systems: …

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