Chemo-Mechanics of Active Materials and Interfaces in Batteries – Prof. Matt McDowell

Q&A SESSION
Mechanics Seminar Q&A session will be held on Friday 2/12 at 11am via BBCollaborate:
https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/a920129baf9841f8971cf4a420c4baa0

PRESENTATION (Watch prior to attending the Q&A. Presentation is 44 minutes in length.)
Talk available at: https://mediaspace.wisc.edu/media/Mechanics+Seminar+-+Spr21+-+McDowell/1_ke37749e…

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