Carnegie Mellon University

Spring 2004 Events

Spring 2004 Seminar Schedule

January 22

The Need for Closer Integration of Measurements and Models: Results from
Modeling Aerosols and Trace Gases in the East Asia Outflow
Professor Gregory Carmichael
University of Iowa
February 3 A-Priori Prediction of Protein Retention, Displacer Efficacy and Preparative
Chromatographic Behavior in Ion-Exchange Systems
Professor Steven Cramer
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
(Seminar co-sponsored by Department of Biomedical Engineering)
March 16 Multicomponent Space-Charge Ion Uptake and Transport Models for Nafion Membranes
Professor Peter N. Pintauro
Case Western Reserve University
March 25 On the Rheology of Solids with Nonuniform Size and/or Density
Professor Christine Hrenya
University of Colorado
April 15 Colloidal Microrheology and Micromechanics
Professor Eric Furst
University of Delaware
April 22 How Eucaryotic Cells Sense the Direction of External Gradients:
Mechanisms and Spatiotemporal Dynamics
Professor Atul Narang
University of Florida
May 5 Hybrid Systems
Professor Manfred Morari
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
The Distinguished Research Lectureship in Chemical Engineering
4:45 pm in the Singleton Room, Roberts Engineering Hall
All seminars (unless noted) begin at 10:45 a.m. in Doherty Hall 1112. Coffee and doughnuts are served at 10:30 a.m. in the Conference Room, Doherty Hall 1102.