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Seminars - Fall 2014

All seminars are at 1:25 PM., to 2:15 PM., in 103A Surge Building, unless otherwise indicated.

Note to ChE graduate students: Seminars are mandatory attendance.

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Friday, September 5

Michael J. Janik
Chemical Engineering Department,
Pennsylvania State University.
Topic: Computational Catalyst Design: Examining Active Sites of Transition Metal-Doped Ceria Surfaces.

Monday, September 8

Ipsita Banerjee
Chemical & Bioengineering,
McGowan Institute of Regenerative Medicine,
University of Pittsburgh.
Topic: Engineering Stem Cell Microenvironment Through Systems Modeling.

Friday, September 12

William Ducker
Department of Chemical Engineering,
Virginia Tech.
Topic: Ethics and Integrity Seminar.
(All graduate students should attend)

Monday, September 22

Donald Conner
University Chemical Hygiene Officer,
Environmental Health & Safety Office,
Virginia Tech.
Topic: Safety Seminar.
(All graduate students must attend)

Friday, October 3

Adam Hall
Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Topic: Detecting and Quantifying DNA Structural and Chemical Modifications at the Single Molecule Level.

Friday, October 17

Carsten Sievers
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering,
Georgia Tech
Topic: