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Chemical Engineering

Spring 2014 Seminar Series

The Chemical Engineering Department would like to congratulate Professor Charles Maldarelli for being named to present the 2014 D.O. Shah Lecture at the University of Florida!  The lecture was held on Friday, March 17th.  Additional details can be found here.


May 12th

"Three dimensional self-assembly using surface forces"

Professor David Gracias

The Johns Hopkins University

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30

 

May 5th

"Protein Assembly and Disassembly to Create Therapeutic Materials"

Professor Julie Champion

Georgia Institute of Technology

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30


April 28th

"Designing Ionic Liquids for CO2 Capture"

The Katz Award Lecture

Professor Joan Brennecke

University of Notre Dame

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in The Steinman Hall Exhibit Room (First Floor) at 3:00 PM

 

April 7th

"Personalized Therapeutics"

Professor Debra Auguste

The City College of New York

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30


March 31st

"Engineering Polymer Networks using a Few Good Reactions"

Professor Chris Kloxin

University of Delaware

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30 PM


March 24th

"Iron-Based Flow Batteries for Grid-Scale Energy Storage"

Professor Robert Savinell

Case Western Reserve University

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30 PM


March 17th

"Interfacial Colloid Assembly: From Fundamentals to Applications"

Professor Ali Mohraz

University of California - Irvine

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30 PM


March 10th

"Dynamics of self-propelling magnetic colloids"

Professor Ubaldo Cordova-Figueroa

University of Puerto-Rico - Mayaguez

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30 PM

 

March 3rd

"Multifunctional Nanostructured Materials: From Rational Designs, Synthesis and Self-Assembly to Potential Applications in Catalysis and Nanomedicine"

Professor Tewodros (Teddy) Asefa

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30 PM

 

February 24th

"Developing Ceria-Based Catalysts"

Professor Raymond Gorte

University of Pennsylvania

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30 PM


February 10th

"Complexity of Nanosized Metal Catalysts: A Blessing or a Curse?"

Professor Anatoly Frenkel

Yeshiva University

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30 PM

 

April 7th

"Personalized Therapeutics"

Professor Debra Auguste

The City College of New York

The Seminar will be held in ST-160 (Lecture Hall) at 2:00 PM
A Reception will be held in ST-312 from 3:00-3:30