TAMEST

2016 Annual Conference
Materials for the 21st Century

January 20-22, 2016 | Westin Galleria, Dallas, Texas



The 2016 conference program theme will explore materials for the 21st century. This page will be updated as plans progress.

The invitation list for TAMEST’s Annual Conference includes its members, member protégés, presidents and chancellors of the state’s premiere research institutions, industry and community leaders, sponsors and donors, special guests, and other prominent members of the Texas research community.

Conference Program

JANUARY 20: EVENING OPENING RECEPTION
Introduction of New TAMEST Members
Presentation of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Distinguished Service Award

JANUARY 21–JANUARY 22: CONFERENCE PROGRAM
Presentations and Networking Opportunities
2016 Edith and Peter O’Donnell Awards Dinner on Thursday Evening

Program Committee

PROGRAM CHAIR:
Alan Needleman, Ph.D. (NAE)
TEES Distinguished Research Professor
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Texas A&M University

COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Antonios “Tony” Mikos, Ph.D. (IOM, NAE)
Director of the Center for Excellence in Tissue Engineering
Rice University

J. Tinsley Oden, Ph.D. (NAE)
Associate Vice President for Research
Director, Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES)
The University of Texas at Austin

Nicholas Peppas, Sc.D. (IOM, NAE)
Fletcher S. Pratt Chair of Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Pharmaceutics
Director of Center on Biomaterials, Drug Delivery, Bionanotechnology and Molecular Recognition
The University of Texas at Austin

Peter J. Rossky, Ph.D. (NAS)
Dean, Wiess School of Natural Sciences
Harry C. and Olga K. Weiss Chair and Professor of Chemistry
Rice University

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