BACON+ Meetings

The BACON+ monthly meetings bring together researchers in the Boston area to discuss their recent work and exchange ideas about graphene and other 2D materials, topological insulators and diamond NV-centers research in an informal setting. Each meeting consists of two talks (given by students or postdocs) along with lunch. The talks are open to everyone and involve participant speakers from MIT, Harvard, Howard, Boston University, and Northeastern.

Join the mailing list here (MIT accounts, list name: "baconmeetings")
Non-MIT email me to join

Fall 2015 BACON+ Meetings

BACON+ Meeting @ MIT

November 20th Friday, 2015
12:00pm - 1:30pm


Ab initio Theory of Rotated Graphene Stacks
Shiang Fang (Harvard University)

Exploration of Boron Doped Diamond for Superconductivity
Delroy Green (Howard University)

Location: MIT, Pappalardo Room 4-349

BACON+ Meeting @ Howard University

October 30th Friday, 2015
12:00pm - 1:30pm


Topological semimetals with Riemann surface states
Chen Fang(Fu group @ MIT)

Evidence of the Dirac Fluid in Graphene via Thermal Transport
Jesse Crossno (Kim group @ Harvard)

Location: Howard University, Multi-purpose room, 2201 Georgia Ave NW

BACON+ Meeting @ Harvard

September 25th Friday, 2015
12:00pm - 1:30pm


Valley-selective optical Stark effect in monolayer WS2
Edbert Jarvis Sie (Gedik group @ MIT)

Klein Scattering and Confinement of Dirac Electrons in Graphene Electron Resonators
Joaquin Rodriguez Nieva (MIT)

Location: Harvard, Pierce Hall 209

For an archive of older BACON+ meetings, please see here.

This page has been accessed at least severaltimes since the counter was last reset, or January 29, 1996, whichever is more recent.

lasted updated by Yuan Cao (caoyuan at mit dot edu) at 11/18/2015