CBE Seminars & Events

Spring 2018 Seminar Series

All CBE seminars are in Wu and Chen Auditorium at 3 pm.

Wednesday, January 24

Omolola Eniola-Adefeso  – Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Education, Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Michigan

"Probing Cellular-Particle Interactions in the Design of Vascular-Targeted Drug Carriers"

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Wednesday, January 31

Adam Nolte - Department Head and Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

"Thin Films and Soft Materials: A Perspective on Research at a PUI"

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Wednesday, February 7

Darrell Irvine – Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, and Biological Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

"Engineering Immunity via Chemistry and Materials Design: Toward an HIV Vaccine and Enhanced Therapies for Cancer"

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Wednesday, February 21

M. Scott Shell – Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of California – Santa Barbara

"Thermodynamic Balancing Acts in Self-assembly at Interfaces"

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Wednesday, February 28

Mark Schlossman – Professor and Associate Department Head of Physics
University of Illinois at Chicago

"A Nanoscale View of Aqueous Interfaces"

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Wednesday, March 28

Steven McIntosh – Associate Professor of Chemica and Biomolecularl Engineering
Lehigh University

"Towards Environmentally Benign Synthesis of Functional Nanomaterials"

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Wednesday, April 4

John A. Quinn Distinguished Lecture

Paul McKenzie – Executive Vice President of Pharmaceutical Operations & Technology
Biogen

"Changing Landscape for Pharmaceutical Development and Manufacturing"

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Wednesday, April 11

SEAS Educational Seminar on Teaching and Learning

Stephanie Farrell - Professor and Chair of Experiential Engineering Education
Rowan University

"Strategies for Building Inclusive Classrooms in Engineering"

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Wednesday, April 18

Baron Peters - Professor of Chemical Engineering
University of California - Santa Barbara

"Mechanistic Hypothesis Tests, Reaction Coordinates, and Rate Laws: The Rare Events Approach to Multiscale Modeling"

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