Invited Conferences and Workshops 

 

6- M.A. Gharbi.

Imperfections in soft matter: A new toolkit to direct assembly of advanced materials.

Soft Matter Day. the Mount Holyoke College. July 21, 2017. Mount Holyoke, USA.

 

5- M.A. Gharbi.

Assembly of Gold Nanoparticles in Blue Phase Liquid Crystals: Towards New Generation of Soft Nanocrystals.

2016 Canadian Association of Physics (CAP) Congress. University of Ottawa. June 13, 2016 -June 17, 2016. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

 

4- M.A. Gharbi.

Self-assembly of solid particles at smectic membranes. MRSEC Workshop on Liquid Crystals & Particles 2013. University of Pennsylvania,

Philadelphia, USA (December 16). 

 

3- M.A. Gharbi.

Colloidal particles trapped at liquid crystal interfaces. The Gordon Research Conference on Liquid Crystals 2013, University of New England,

Biddeford, ME, USA (June 16-June 21).

 

2- M.A. Gharbi.

Microbullet assembly in confined nematic liquid crystal. Penn LRSM‐COMPLOIDS Workshop on Soft Matter 2013. University of Pennsylvania,

Philadelphia, USA (April 17-April 19).

 

1- M.A. Gharbi.

Topologically required defects in nematic liquid films over microposts or in contact with anisotropic particles. APS March Meeting 2013 (Plenary Session), Baltimore, USA (March 18-March 22).

 


Invited Seminars and Colloquia 

  

15- M.A. Gharbi

Elasto-capillarity: A New Toolkit for Directed Assembly of Advanced Materials. Harvard seminar series “Squishy Physics”. Harvard University. June 2017.

 

14- M.A. Gharbi

Exploring imperfections in soft matter to direct assembly of biomaterials and functional nanomaterials. Department of Physics, University of Texas El Paso. El Paso, USA. February 16, 2017.

 

13- M.A. Gharbi

Imperfections in soft matter: A new toolkit to direct assembly of advanced materials. Department of Physics, Clark University. Worcester, USA. February 08, 2017. 

 

12- M.A. Gharbi

Exploiting imperfections in soft matter to direct assembly of advanced materials. Department of Physics, University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Physics Seminars, September 20, 2016.

 

11- M.A. Gharbi

Capillarity at liquid crystal interfaces: A new toolkit for directed assembly of advanced materials. Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Harvard University. Boston, USA. Widely Applied Mathematics Seminars. March 08, 2016.

 

10- M.A. Gharbi

Elasto-capillarity: A New Toolkit for Directed Assembly of Advanced Materials. Department of Physics. Brandeis University, USA. MRSEC Seminar Series. March 10, 2016.

 

9- M.A. Gharbi

Auto-assemblage de particules colloïdales aux voisinages des interfaces cristaux liquides. Department of Physics. Laval University. Quebec City, Canada. Physics Seminars, February 02, 2016.

 

8- M.A. Gharbi

Elasto-capillarity: A New Toolkit for Directed Assembly of Advanced Materials. Department of Physics. Syracuse University. Syracuse, USA.

Physics Colloquia, January 29, 2016.

 

7- M.A. Gharbi

Energy Stored in Soft Matter: A New Toolkit for Directed Assembly of Advanced Materials. Department of Physics. University of Miami. Coral Gables, USA. Physics Colloquia, January 13, 2016.

 

6- M.A. Gharbi

Assembly of active materials in complex fluids. Department of Chemical Engineering. McGill University, Canada. Biocolloids and Surface Laboratory Seminars, July 7, 2015.

 

5- M.A. Gharbi

Elasto-capillary interactions at liquid crystal interfaces. Department of Chemical Engineering. McGill University, Canada. Materials Modeling Research Group (MMRG) Seminars. August 12, 2014.

 

4- M.A. Gharbi.

Directed assembly of colloidal particles at liquid crystal interfaces. Department of Physics. North Dakota State University (NDSU), USA.

Physics Seminar Series. March 31, 2014.

 

3- M.A. Gharbi

The “magic” of liquid crystals to guide the assembly of particles. Department of Physics. University of California, Merced, USA.

Physics Seminar Series. February 25, 2014.

 

2- M.A. Gharbi

Self-assembly of colloidal particles directed by liquid crystal. Department of Physics. McGill University, Canada.

Condensed Matter Physics Seminar Series. December 02, 2013.

 

1- M.A. Gharbi

Comportement de particules colloïdales aux voisinages des interfaces cristaux liquides. Laboratoire de Physique de la Matière Molle de Tunis. University of Science of Tunis, Tunisia (December 2010).