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Lab Study

Chemical Engineering Seminar Series 

All Seminars are Wednesday at 3:25 PM 
Gavett Hall 202 unless otherwise noted

Fall Semester-2016

September 7, 2016
Professor Pablo G. Debenedetti, Princeton University
"Drying and Hydration Phenomena at the Nanoscale: Implications for Protein Stability and Long-Term Storage"

September 21, 2016
Professor Anna C. Balazs, University of Pittsburgh
"Designing "Materials that Compute":Exploiting the Properties of Self-oscillating Polymer Gels"

September 28, 2016
Professor Joelle Frechette, John Hopkins University
"Adsorption, Contact, and Adhesion at Elastic and Capillary Interfaces"

October 5, 2016
Professor Haiqing Lin, University of Buffalo
"Molecularly Engineering Polymeric Materials with Enhanced Gas Sorption for Membrane C02 Capture"

October 26, 2016
Professor Jeremy Gilbert, Syracuse University
"Tribocorrosion of Orthopedic Implants: Mechanisms and Consequences"

December 7, 2016
Professor Fernando Escobedo, Cornell University
"Engineering Entropy in Nanomaterials: The bad, the ugly and the good"

Spring Semester-2017

February 1, 2017
Professor Shana Kelley, University of Toronto, Canada
"Tracking rare cells and biomolecules using nanostructured materials"

February 8, 2017
Professor Yiquan Wu, Alfred University
"Transparent ceramic materials: enabling new and multifunctional optical and photonic devices"

March 1, 2017
 Dr. Stavros Demos, Sr. Scientist, Optical Materials Lab Head, University of Rochester, LLE
"Important Photochemistry and Photochemical Effects for High Power Laser Applications"

March 8, 2017
Deputy Director E. Michael Campbell, Univeristy of Rochester, LLE
"LLE: Present Status and Future Vision!"

March 29, 2017
Professor David A. Kofke, University of Buffalo
"The "Easy" Phrases Can Still Provide Interest, Challenge and Opportunity"

April 26, 2017
The 15th G.J. & S.T. Su Distinguished Lectureship

Professor Linda J. Broadbelt, Northwestern University
"Reaction Pathway Discovery and Analysis: Bring Biological and Chemical Catalysis Together"