Carnegie Mellon University

Fall 2020 Seminar Series

All seminars for Fall 2020 will be held virtually on Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m.

See departmental email announcements for Zoom links.

 

Scotty Mask

Wednesday, September 23

Adarsh Ganesan

Adarsh Ganesan
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Phononic Frequency Combs – A New Addition to Photonics, MEMS, Quantum Information Science, Molecular Science & Material Science

Host: Rongchao Jin

Wednesday, September 30

Annastassia Gallo

Annastassia Gallo
Duke University

Investigating the bioinorganic chemistry of microbial organisms and their interactions with metal oxides and metallopeptides

Host: Stefanie Sydlik

Wednesday, October 7

Armando Ramírez-Monroy

Armando Ramírez-Monroy
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla

Fullerene C60: Functionalization and organometallic polymer composites

Host: Stefanie Sydlik

Wednesday, October 21

George Bepete

George Bepete
Pennsylvania State University

Intercalation, Exfoliation, and Assembly of 2D Materials

Host: Stefanie Sydlik

Wednesday, October 28

Helinando Oliveira

Helinando Pequeno de Oliveira
Laboratório de Espectroscopia de Impedância e Materiais Orgânicos

Multifunctional wearable electronic textiles

Host: Stefanie Sydlik

Wednesday, November 11

Rigoberto Hernandez

Rigoberto Hernandez
Johns Hopkins University and Director of the Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity

Spiral feedback between computation and experiment at the nano-bio interface

Host: Stefanie Sydlik

Thursday, November 12

Rigoberto Hernandez

Rigoberto Hernandez
Johns Hopkins University and Director of the Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity

Advancing Molecular Sciences & Engineering Through Diversity

*This seminar will take place on a Thursday and is hosted by Chemical Engineering

Wednesday, November 18

Oleta Johnson

Oleta Johnson
University of California, San Francisco

Expanding the Chemical Toolkit to Probe Protein Dynamics and Function

Host: Stefanie Sydlik

Wednesday, December 2

Michael Pluth

Michael Pluth
University of Oregon

Chemical Tools for Investigating Reactive Sulfur Species

Host: GSA Students