Frank Leibfarth, Department of Chemistry

​Ronit Freeman, Department of Applied Physical Sciences

Alex Zhukhovitskiy, Department of Chemistry

​​Each sound bite will be allocated 2 mins per presenter.  The time will be enforced.


Due to COVID-19, the 12th Triangle Soft Matter Workshop will be held virtually

We want to provide a 2020 venue for students to share their work, so we will focus on having only soundbites in this virtual meeting.

Monday, May 11th from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm


The goal of this workshop is to spark interactions and collaborations between the research groups in the Triangle area.  The workshop format is very informal, and an emphasis is placed on spurring conversations between researchers in all areas of soft matter research. “Soft matter” here is defined very broadly, and it includes (but is not limited to) work in polymers, colloid science, synthetic and naturally occurring biomaterials, and condensed matter physics.