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Seminars - Spring 2016

Note to ChE graduate students: Seminars are mandatory attendance.

Friday, January 27

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Vicky Doan-Nguyen
Materials Research Lab
California NanoSystems Institute
University of California
Topic: Advanced Operando Characterization of Designer Materials for Energy Applications.

 

Friday, February 3

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Laura Bradley
Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
University of Pennsylvania
Topic: Engineering Fluid Interfaces Using Initiated Chemical Vapor Deposition and Janus Particles.

Monday, February 6

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Thomas Senftle
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Princeton University
Topic: Quantum and Classical Modeling Approaches to Catalyst Design.

 

Friday, February 10

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Jillian Goldfarb
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Division of Materials Science and Engineering
Boston University
Topic: Re-engineering the Integrated Biorefinery: A Materials Approach to in situ Biofuel Upgrading.

 

Friday, March 31

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Ron Larson
Chemical Engineering Department
University of Michigan
Topic: Simulation-Aided Design of Cellulosic Polymer Excipients for Oral Drug Release.

 

Friday, April 7

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Prabhas Moghe
Biomedical Engineering Chemical & Biochemical Engineering
Rutgers University
Topic: Nanomedicine: What's Good for the Heart is Good for the Brain.

 

Friday, April 28

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Susannah Scott
Chemical Engineering Department
University of California, Santa Barbara
Topic: Advanced Operando Characterization of Designer Materials for Energy Applications.

Monday, May 1

10:10-11:00 am - 155 Goodwin Hall

Stefan Zauscher
Sternberg Family Professor of Mech. Engineering & Materials Science
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and of Chemistry
Duke University
Topic: Advanced Operando Characterization of Designer Materials for Energy Applications.