Registration is open for the second annual For more information and to register, please click here.
The goals of this event are to:
- Continue to develop the campus community around instrumentation development at Yale
- Update the community on recent developments and next steps
- Seek input from the campus community on the needs and next steps in the instrumentation initiative at Yale
The day-long event will consist of plenary talks in the morning and working groups in the afternoon. The goal is to understand better and collect your ideas for how instrumentation and technology development can best support the research mission of Yale.
As part of this symposium, we invite the Yale community to submit photos or brief videos of scientific instrumentation or instrumentation facilities at Yale. Winning entries will be announced at the Yale Day of Instrumentation. Click here for more information.
We hope you will join us for this exciting symposium!
Karsten Heeger, Department of Physics and Wright Laboratory (co-chair)
Joerg Bewersdorf, Department of Cell Biology and Department of Biomedical Engineering (co-chair)
Todd Constable, Magnetic Resonance Research Center, Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and of Neurosurgery
Pieter van Dokkum, Astronomy
Mark Johnson, Chemistry
Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio, Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science
Jun Liu, Microbial Sciences Institute, West Campus
Rajit Manohar, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
Peter Raymond, Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale Analytical and Stable Isotope Center
Peter Schiffer, Professor of Applied Physics and Physics
Lisa d’Angelo, Office of the Provost
Angelika Hofmann, Office of the Provost