Materials research at Georgia Tech 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. The Institute for Materials (IMat) brings together faculty and students studying materials from across campus to accelerate the pace of research, discovery, deployment, and applications.

To further this mission, IMat and the School of Materials Science and Engineering will cohost the 2023 Brumley D. Pritchett Lecture and IMat Symposium on Materials Innovations on March 31, 2023. The symposium will feature a combination of technical presentations, distinguished seminars, a poster contest, and student recruitment activities.

Connect with Georgia Tech's Materials Research Community

The Symposium also provides an excellent opportunity for external organizations to interact with Georgia Tech students and faculty involved in materials-related research. In addition to the seminars and presentations, there will be social and networking activities scheduled throughout the day.

This event is cosponsored by the Institute for Materials and the School of Materials Science and Engineering.

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