Visiting Seminar Series 2019 - 2020
- Katrina Eckard, CEO & Environmental Engineer WEL (water/energy/land)
“The Challenges and Opportunities In Water Treatment”
- Brian Pollock, Manager of Museum Experience, Cincinnati Museum of Natural History and Science
"Effective Science Communication"
- Norman Lu, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
"New Fluorinated Materials and Their Applications for Photodetector, Dye-sensitized Solar Cell, and Sensor"
- Wei Liu, Miami University, Ohio
"High-valent copper(III) complexes and their involvement in novel fluoroalkylation reactions"
- Shelly Peyton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Bioinspired Synthetic Gels"
- James Blakemore, University of Kansas
"Unearthing Periodicity in the Tuning of Chemical Reactivity by Lewis Acidic Metal Ions"
- Leslie Sombers, North Carolina State University
"Expanding the Impact of Voltammetric Measurements in the Brain: New Tools for New Insights"
- Eva Schneiderman, Procter & Gamble
“Leveraging State of the Art Science to Improve Oral Health and Oral Care”
- Ashley Ross, University of Cincinnati, Dept. of Chemistry
“Subsecond Detection of Neuro-Immune Communication in the Lymph Node” (Oesper speaker)
- Robert Kennedy, University of Michigan
"The Evolution of In Vivo Neurochemical Measurements" (Oesper speaker)
- Christy Haynes, University of Minnesota
"Optimized Carbon Dots: Green Imaging Agents at the Nano-bio Interface" (Oesper speaker)
- Jill Venton, University of Virginia
"New Carbon Electrodes for Electrochemistry" (Oesper speaker)
- Richard McCreery, University of Alberta
"Amazing What You Can do with Carbon Electrodes (Including Music!)" (Oesper speaker)
- Paul Garris, Illinois State University
"Old Dogs and New Tricks in In Vivo Voltammetry" (Oesper speaker)
- Martyn Boutelle, Imperial College London
"Wireless Microfluidic Sensors for Real-Time Electroanalysis in the Injured Brain" (Oesper speaker)
- William Heineman, University of Cincinnati, Dept. of Chemistry
“Electroanalytical Chemistry in the Brain – A Giant Step Forward” (Oesper banquet speaker)
- R. Mark Wightman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Detecting Catecholamines- A Journey from Beaker to the Behaving Brain” (Oesper Awardee)
- Joseph Genereux, University of California at Riverside
"Proximity Labeling to Measure Stress-Dependent ER Mistargeting"
- John Glaser, US Environmental Protection Agency
"Environmental Biodegradation of Plastics"
- Darren Lytle, US Environmental Protection Agency
"Lead in Drinking Water: Chemistry, Sampling and other Areas of Interest"
- David Cullen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
"New Opportunities and Challenges for Hydrogen Fuel Cells"