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Calendar

Seminars - Spring 2015

All seminars are at 10:10 AM to 11:00 AM in 109 Surge Building.

Note to ChE graduate students: Seminars are mandatory attendance.

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Monday, February 2

Hassan Masoud
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Princeton University
Topic: Transport Phenomena Across and Along Dynamic Boundaries.

Friday, February 6

Hendrik Heinz
Department of Polymer Engineering
University of Akron
Topic: Mechanisms of Molecular Recognition and Assembly at the Nanoscale: Computation Meets Experiment.

Monday, February 9

Amir Haji-Akbari
Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering
Princeton University
Topic: Computer-Aided Molecular Engineering of Crystallization: From Self-Assembly to Climate Engineering.

Thursday, February 12

NOTE: the CHANGE OF TIME AND LOCATION
                     9:30 - 10:30 AM., 440 Goodwin Hall

Seyma Aslan
Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
Yale University
Topic: Functional Nano-Surfaces for Transformataive Materials in Biological & Energy Applications.

Friday, February 20

Rong Tong
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Children's Hospital Boston,
Harvard Medical School
Topic: Development of Polymeric Particles for Cancer Nanomedicine.

Monday, February 23

Zachary Ulissi
Department of Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Topic: Stochastic Interactions and Molecular Recognition in Nanosensor Systems Based on Carbon Nanotubes.

Friday, February 27

Matt J. Kipper
Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering
Colorado State University
Topic: Sweet Nanomaterials: Functional Biomaterials from Nanostructured Polysaccharides.

Monday, March 2

Ou Chen
Department of Chemistry
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Topic: High-Quality Nanomaterials: From Single Quantum Dot to the Superstructures.

Monday, April 6

THE BILL AND ANN DOUMAS DISTINGUISHED LECTURE
Mahmoud El-Halwagi
Holder of McFerrin Professorship
The Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering
Texas A & M University
Topic: Sustainable Process Design through Mass and Property Integration

Monday, April 20

Mark Cieslinski
Department of Chemical Engineering
VT
Topic:

Friday, April 24

Al Aksan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Minnesota
Topic:

Monday, April 27

Kevin Herrington
Department of Chemical Engineering
VT
Topic: