We conduct experiments on nonequilibrium/nonlinear systems including granular materials, gels, surfactants, and thin liquid films. Active areas of investigation include:
We are located in the Physics Department in Riddick Lab (see campus map) on the main campus of NC State University, at 2401 Stinson Dr. If you drive to campus, the information booth (marked by a star on the campus map) will direct you to parking. The closest parking deck to Riddick is the Cates Avenue "Coliseum" Deck (cross under the tracks using the nearby tunnel, then turn right to face Riddick). Our offices/labs are on the 2nd floor.
Date: Friday, January 4, 2013
Location: Hill Library, 1st floor Learning Commons "Presentation Practice Room"
We are hosting a one-day workshop where grad students and postdocs can share their image-processing techniques with each other in an informal setting. Participants are invited to make a short (10 minute) presentation on an image-processing technique they use in their work, or an even shorter (5 minute) presentation on an image-processing problem they would like to solve.
To register, send an email to Karen Daniels with your name and lab group/affiliation. If you would like to make a presentation, also send a sample image that you process and a short title. Please state whether you wish to make a 10-minute "technique" talk or a 5-minute "unsolved problem" talk. Listeners are also welcome.
Gallery of Images