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Submissions from 2008

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Lecture 1, Part 1: Controlling light with nonlinear optical glasses and plasmonic glasses - Photonic glass, Takumi Fujiwara

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Lecture 1, Part 2: Controlling light with nonlinear optical glasses and plasmonic glasses - Plasmonics, Takumi Fujiwara

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Lecture 2, Part 1: Sub Tg relaxation in thin glass - Review of phenomenology of liquid glass transition and relaxation, Prabhat Gupta

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Lecture 2, Part 2: Sub Tg relaxation in thin glass - The enthalpy landscape view, Prabhat Gupta

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Lecture 2, Part 3: Sub Tg relaxation in thin glass - Size effects, Prabhat Gupta

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Lecture 5, Part 1: Novel functionalities of chalcogenide glasses, Himanshu Jain

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Lecture 5, Part 2: Novel functionalities of chalcogenide glasses, Himanshu Jain

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Lecture 8, Part 1: Vacuum-ultraviolet transparency of silica glass and its relation to processes involving mobile interstitial species - UV transparency of silica glass, Koichi Kajihara

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Lecture 8, Part 2: Vacuum-ultraviolet transparency of silica glass and its relation to processes involving mobile interstitial species, continued, Koichi Kajihara

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Lecture 8, Part 3: Vacuum-ultraviolet transparency of silica glass and its relation to processes involving mobile interstitial species, continued, Koichi Kajihara

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Lecture 3, Part 1: Computer simulation of glasses, Walter Kob

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Lecture 3, Part 2: Computer simulation of glasses, Walter Kob

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Lecture 3, Part 3: Computer simulation of glasses, Walter Kob

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Lecture 6, Part 1: Laser patterning of crystals in glass, Takayuki Komatsu

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Lecture 6, Part 2: Laser patterning of crystals in glass, Takayuki Komatsu

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Special lecture, Part 1: Nature-guided nanotechnology for chemical tectonics of inorganic materials - Thermoelectric oxide materials for electric power generation, Kunihito Koumoto

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Special lecture, Part 2: Nature-guided nanotechnology for chemical tectonics of inorganic materials - Bio inspired materials tectonics, Kunihito Koumoto

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Lecture 12, Part 1: Role of alkoxysilanes for the design of silica-based nanomaterials, Kazuyuki Kuroda

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Lecture 12, Part 2: Role of alkoxysilanes for the design of silica-based nanomaterials, Kazuyuki Kuroda

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Lecture 11, Part 1: Glass dielectrics for microelectronics and energy applications - Dielectric properties and metamaterials, Mike Lanagan

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Lecture 11, Part 2: Glass dielectrics for microelectronics and energy applications - Metamaterials, Mike Lanagan

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Lecture 11, Part 3: Glass dielectrics for microelectronics and energy applications - Glass & glass ceramics as high energy materials, Mike Lanagan

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Lecture 4, Part 1: Proton conduction in glass sand its application to fuel cell - Proton conduction, Masayuki Nogami

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Lecture 4, Part 2: Proton conduction in glass sand its application to fuel cell - Proton conduction, continued, Masayuki Nogami

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Lecture 7, Part 1: Glass surfaces and coatings for biotechnology - Glass surfaces for biotechnology, Carlo Pantano

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Lecture 7, Part 2: Glass surfaces and coatings for biotechnology - End of Part 1 with questions, Carlo Pantano

Lecture 7, Part 3: Glass surfaces and coatings for biotechnology - Silanization of glass and applications, Carlo Pantano

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Lecture 7, Part 4: Glass surfaces and coatings for biotechnology - Thermochemical processing effects on multicomponent glass surfaces, Carlo Pantano

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Lecture 10, Part 1: Engineered strengthening of glass, Tanguy Rouxel

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Lecture 10, Part 2: Engineered strengthening of glass, Tanguy Rouxel

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Lecture 10, Part 3: Engineered strengthening of glass, Tanguy Rouxel

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Lecture 9, Part 1: Nucleation, growth and transparent glass-ceramics - Nucleation theory in glass, Edgar Dutra Zanotto

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Lecture 9, Part 2: Nucleation, growth and transparent glass-ceramics - Testing of the critical nucleation theory and questions, Edgar Dutra Zanotto

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Lecture 9, Part 3: Nucleation, growth and transparent glass-ceramics - Crystal growth in glass forming liquids, Edgar Dutra Zanotto

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Lecture 9, Part 4: Nucleation, growth and transparent glass-ceramics - Transparent glass ceramics, Edgar Dutra Zanotto