Carnegie Mellon University

Fall 2004 Events

Fall 2004 Seminar Schedule

September 21 Mineral Surfaces and the Emergence of Biochemical Homochirality
Dr. Robert M. Hazen
Carnegie Institution of Washington and NASA Astrobiology Institute
October 5 Exploring the Link Between Order and Function in Organic Semiconductors
Professor Paulette Clancy
Cornell University
October 12 Lab in a Drop: Exploiting Two Phase Flows and Highly Curved Interfaces for
Microfluidic Technology
Professor Shelley Anna
Carnegie Mellon University
October 21 Please, God, Let it Rain Hard
Dr. Jeffrey J. Siirola
Eastman Chemical Company
2004 Bristol-Myers Squibb Distinguished Industrial Speaker
CHEGSA Symposium, Singleton Room, Roberts Hall, 11:00
October 22 Fused Chemical Reactions: From the Pharmacokinetics of Acute Toxicology
to Wax Removal in Sub-sea Oil Pipelines

Professor H. Scott Fogler
University of Michigan
CHEGSA Symposium Keynote Speaker, Singleton Room, Roberts Hall, 11:00
November 2 The Management of Diabetes: An Example of an Interface Between Medicine and
Chemical Engineering
Professor Adam Heller
University of Texas
November 16 Hybrid Sytems
Professor Manfred Morari
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
The Distinguished Research Lectureship in Chemical Engineering
The Bayer Lecture Series
Singleton Room, Roberts Hall, 4:00 pm
December 7 How the Crystalline Versus Aqueous Nature of Tropospheric Particles Affects Aerosol
Direct Radiative Forcing

Professor Scot Martin
Harvard University

All seminars (unless noted) begin at 10:45 a.m. in Doherty Hall Room 1112.  Coffee and doughnuts are served at 10:30 a.m. in the Conference Room, Doherty Hall, Room 1102.