Carnegie Mellon University

Fall 2013 Events

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Fall 2013 Seminar Schedule

Chemical and Physical Models for the Origin of Biological Homochirality
Professor Donna Blackmond
Department of Chemistry
The Scripps Research Institute
September 24
Reversible Nanoclusters from Nanoparticles: Colloid Science Fundamentals and Applications Including Drug Delivery and Biomedical Imaging [pdf]
Professor Keith Johnston
Department Of Chemical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin
October 3
Aqueous Electrolyte Polyionic Electrochemical Cells For Scaled Stationary Energy Storage [pdf]
Professor Jay Whitacre
Gerard G. Elia Career Development Professor Materials Science & Engineering Engineering and Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University
The Chemistry and Engineering of C1 Species and the Catalytic Challenges of Diverse Feedstocks without C-C Bonds [pdf]
Professor Enrique Iglesia
Theodore Vermeulen Chair in Chemical Engineering, Director, Berkeley Catalysis Center
University of California at Berkeley
October 17
Algae Under Pressure and in Hot Water - Hydrothermal Pathways to Renewable Fuels [pdf]
Professor Phillip Savage
Chemical Engineering Department
University of Michigan
October 22
Molecular Modeling as an Enabling Tool in Experimental Research - Some Perspectives [pdf]
Professor Luke Achenie
Department of Chemical Engineering
Virginia Polytechnic and State University
October 29
Simulation insights into self-assembly in designer bio- and nano-materials [pdf]
Professor M. Scott Shell
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of California at Santa Barbara
November 14
Process Systems Engineering for Realizing Micro Chemical Plants [pdf]
Professor Shinji Hasebe
Department of Chemical Engineering
Kyoto University
November 21
Colloids near Electrodes: Effects of Electrolyte, Transitions in Order, and Bifurcations in Height [pdf]
Professor William Ristenpart
Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
University of California at Davis
December 3
Wise Choices in Large Scale Separation and Purification Process Options [pdf]
Professor William Koros
Roberto C. Goizueta Chair for Excellence in Chemical Engineering and GRA Eminent Scholar in Membranes
Georgia Tech

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 Janet Latini at 412-268-2230.

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