Carnegie Mellon University

Fall 2006 Events

Fall 2006 Seminar Schedule

August 31 Defining Catalytically Active Sites and the Mechanisms of Catalyzed Reactions:Challenges for the Experimentalist and the Theoretician [pdf]
Professor Alex Bell 
University of California Berkeley 
September 5

The 2006 Herbert L. Toor Chemical Industry Lectureship

Personal Experience in the Application of Chemical Engineering and Selected Research Topics at Dow
Dr. William Banholzer 
Corporate Vice President Dow Chemical 

September 12 Release of PCB's from River Sediment [pdf]
Professor David Dzombak 
Carnegie Mellon University 
September 19

Ethel Z. Casassa Memorial Lecture in Colloids, Polymers, and Surfaces

Marring, Merging, and Manipulating Lipid Membranes
Professor Kyle Vanderlick 
Princeton University 

September 28 Ontological Informatics for Pharmaceutical Product Development and Manufacturing [pdf]
Professor Venkat Venkatasubramanian 
Purdue University
October 5 Thinking Like a Molecule: Simulating Protein Aggregation
Professor Carol Hall
North Carolina State 
CHEGSA Symposium, Singleton Room, Roberts Hall, 11:00 am 
October 12 Aerosol-Cloud Interactions: What in situ Observation Tells Us and How It Can Improve Modelling of the Indirect Effect [pdf]
Professor Thanos Nenes
Georgia Tech University
October 19 Parametric Programming and Control [pdf]
Professor Stratos Pistikopoulos
Imperial College, London
October 24 Charge Stabilization of Colloidal Particles in Nonpolar Solvents [pdf]
Professor Eric Dufresne
Yale University
November 2 Using Atomically-detailed Simulations to Accelerate Materials Discovery for Gas Separations and Storage
Professor David Sholl
Carnegie Mellon University
November 21 From Multifunctional Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Transparent Sheets to Fuel-Powered Muscles and Devices for Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Conversion [pdf]
Professor Ray Baughman 
University of Texas, Dallas
November 30 Deciphering Cell Signaling in Bacterial Biofilms: The Role of Indole [pdf]
Professor Thomas Wood 
Texas A&M

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. For more information, please call Audrey Terrell at 268-2816.