Carnegie Mellon University

2007 Bayer Lecture in Process Systems Engineering: Advances and Challenges in De Novo Protein Design
Tuesday, March 20, 10:45AM, DH1112

Professor Chris Floudas will deliver the Bayer Lecture in Process Sysytems Engineering Tuesday, March 20, 10:45AM, DH1112. The title of the lecture is:Advances and Challenges in De Novo Protein Design. 
Chris Floudas is a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Princeton University, Faculty in the Center for Quantitative Biology, Lewis-Sigler Institute, Associated Faculty in the Program of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Associated Faculty in the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering. He earned his B.S.E. in 1982 at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, completed his Ph.D. in December 1985 at Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests lie at the interface of chemical engineering, applied mathematics, and operations research, with principal areas of focus including chemical process synthesis and design, process control and operations, discrete-continuous nonlinear optimization, local and global optimization, and computational chemistry and molecular biology.