Visiting Seminar Series 2020-2021

  • Avetik Harutyunyan, Research Director, Chief Scientist, Honda Research Institute USA Inc (VIRTUAL)
    "Carbon Nano-materials Applications in Batteries and Sensors"
  • Konstantinos "Kostas" Vogiatzis, University of Tennessee (VIRTUAL)
    "Coupling Quantum Chemistry with Machine Learning for Applications in Catalysis and Gas Separations”
  • Chuck Henry, Colorado State University, Depts of Chemistry and Chemical & Biological Engineering
    "Low-cost Microfluidic Sensors for Bacteria and Virus Detection" (VIRTUAL)
  • Liz Pierson, Merck (VIRTUAL)
    “Formulating a Successful Career at Merck: Passion, People, and Perseverance”
  • Amanda Bryant-Friedrich, Dean of the Graduate School and a Professor in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Wayne State University (VIRTUAL-CCDC)
    "Can Naturally Occurring RNA Modifications Provide Protection Against Oxidative Damage?"
  • Michale Aziz, Harvard University (VIRTUAL)
    "Organic Aqueous Flow Batteries for Massive Electrical Energy Storage"
  • Tom Linz, Wayne State University (VIRTUAL)
    "High Sensitivity Microfluidic Measurements of Biomolecules"
  • Tianbiao Leo Liu, Utah State University, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry (VIRTUAL)
    "Designing Molecular Electrochemistry for Energy Storage and Synthesis"
  • Louise Berben, University of California, Davis (VIRTUAL)
    "Multimetallic Molecular Platforms for Energy Applications: Enabling fast proton transfer for electrocatalytic fuel formation"
  • Markita del Carpio Landry, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of California-Berkeley (VIRTUAL)
    "Nanomaterials Engineering to Probe and Control Living Systems"