Shoshi Cooper

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Riichiro Saito discusses his memories of Millie and Gene during the early days of nanotube research and the ongoing collaboration that he continued with them, over the years.
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Mario Hofmann describes Millie's collaboration family tree in carbon.
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Antonio G. Souza Filho shares some of his memories of his time in Millie's group and the work they did together on carbon.
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Jos Heremans recalls how Millie revitalized the field of thermoelectrics using a homework assignment.
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Laurie McNeil discusses Millie's role in creating the Climate for Women Site Visit Program, and improving the climate for women at universities.
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Michelle Buchanan discusses the importance of giving back to society and their work together on the Hydrogen Economy study.
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Ado Jorio concludes the session on Carbon by discussing Millie's influence on the study of carbon in Brazil.
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Ado Jorio summarizes Millie's adventures in carbon from the 1960's through 2017.
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Gang Chen shares the story of his journey with Millie in the field of thermoelectrics.
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Dennis Buss, Millie's 3rd graduate student, remembers Millie's earliest research days, when she was "Just Millie".
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Leora Dresselhaus-Cooper, Millie's granddaughter, recounts how Millie helped her forge pathways to her future.
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Mario Vecchi recalls his days as one of Millie's early graduate students, as well as the Dresselhaus family's trip to Venezuela to visit him.
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Yeou-Cheng Ma recalls playing chamber music with Millie Dresselhaus and Mary Raugust Howell.
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Jing Kong reflects on the memories she has with Millie, the things she and Millie discussed on their carpool, and on Millie's trips to China and their impact.
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James C. Tsang gives a speech on how Millie mentored him in carbon and in cooking... and on how MIT has changed over time.
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Hiroshi Kamimura remembers Millie's impact on his research career and how she helped the Japan Physical Society to become closer to APS.
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⚽⚽ Mona Zebarjadi sets out to answer the question: when do we know whether the theory is wrong?
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Edith Wang shares a story of herself and Millie enjoying the spring in LA.
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Vladimir Bulovic talks about how MIT is planning to extend Millie's legacy through the MIT.nano building.
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Jean-Christophe Charlier talks about Millie's early years studying graphite, and about Millie's collaborations with Europe.
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Morinobu Endo reflects on his collaboration with Millie on carbon fibers.
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A reflection on Millie as a mentor and a friend, written by Mingda Li the night after he heard Millie had passed away.
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⚽⚽⚽ Philip Kim discusses how to conduct an interesting experiment with intercalation compounds.
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⚽ Pablo Jarillo-Herrero opens the session with a brief talk about his time with Millie.
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Siu-Wai Chan remembers Millie and her impact on students and collaborators like herself.
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The Panel Discussion for the MRS session on Carbon Nanotubes. Hui-Ming Cheng, Shigeo Maruyama, Marcos Pimenta, Jin Zhang, and Esko Kauppinen discuss the future of carbon nanotubes and the current research in the field.
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Katrin Kneipp remembers when she first met Millie, on an elevator on the way to the Spec Lab. That first meeting led to a long and fruitful collaboration.
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⚽⚽ Frank Koppens talks about graphene's use in thermoelectrics and how it can be used for optoelectronics.
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⚽⚽⚽ Kang Wang explains how we might be able to definitively establish whether or not we've found Majorana fermions.
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⚽⚽ Shigeo Maruyama talks about an interesting new breakthrough in solar cell technology.
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⚽ Zhifeng Ren talks about Millie's impact on thermoelectrics and on his career, then delves into some of his research that's been inspired by Millie's work.
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⚽⚽ Arun Majumdar discusses heat engines and how to build one that runs off hydrogen to help reduce CO2 emissions.
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⚽⚽ Eva Andrei discusses the intricacies of detecting Kondo screening in graphene and its implications.
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⚽ Esko Kauppinen opens the carbon nanotube session by talking about his memories of Millie.
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⚽⚽⚽ Hui-Ming Cheng talks about a new method of synthesis for carbon nanotubes that has a very high percentage of purity.
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⚽⚽⚽ Nai-Chang Yeh discusses all the interesting things you can do to materials by manipulating quantum degrees of freedom and using valleytronics.
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⚽⚽ Mansour Shayegan discusses his research into galium arsenide and aluminum arsenide, and the growth and applications of such materials.
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The panel discusses the past, present, and future of the field of thermoelectrics.
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⚽ Gang Chen opens with a general introduction to field of thermoelectrics.
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⚽ Paul McEuen discusses how to use 2D materials to build tiny nano robots that can crawl up into your brain and act as cell phones.
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Paul Dresselhaus, Millie's son, reflects on his childhood and what it was like to grow up in Millie's house.
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John Stockholm explains how the Navy's needs for quiet submarines helped inspire Millie to begin working in the field of thermoelectrics.
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Oded Rabin describes what it was like to study thermoelectrics as part of Millie's group.
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Tony Cheetham describes Millie's trips to Ras al-Khaimah and the impact those trips had to students (and women) in the Middle East.
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Jeanne Ridolfi reflects on Millie's kindness and dedication to chamber music.
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Jean-Paul Issi reflects on his lifelong collaboration with Millie and Gene.
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The panel discusses the field of 2D materials and answers questions from the audience.
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The panel takes questions from the audience and discusses the lessons that Millie taught them.
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The Weizmann Institute also held a memorial lecture for Millie Dresselhaus. Here, you can read the proceedings.
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⚽⚽⚽ Jihui Yang talks about weak topological insulators and some of the work his group has been doing on thermal conductivity.
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⚽⚽⚽ Tony Heinz discusses electron-hole interactions, higher-ordered excitons, and the many body effects found in atomically thin materials.
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Mauricio Terrones talks about his memories of Millie and of the time he had to tell her, in the middle of a conference, that she had won the Kavli Prize.
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⚽⚽⚽ Marcos Pimenta discusses some of the Raman and laser work he's done on nanotubes.
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⚽ Evelyn Wang shares a memory of playing with Millie when she was in middle school.
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⚽⚽ Jin Zhang describes his groups latest methods and breakthroughs in nanotube synthesis.
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In honor of the establishment of the APS' Millie Dresselhaus Fund for Science and Society, we reprint an article from 1985 in which Millie reflects on her presidency of APS.