Visiting Seminar Series 2022-2023

  • Charles Mace, Tufts University
    "Paper-based microfluidic devices enable applications in point-of-care hematology"
  • Chris Ziegler, University of Akron
    "Innovation with an old reagent: Isoindoline as a platform for new materials"
  • David Vicic, Lehigh University
    "Solvated Nickel Complexes as Stoichiometric and Catalytic Trifluoromethylation Agents"
  • Bhavya Sharma, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    "Sensing through the Skull: Developing Surface-Enhanced Spatially-Offset Raman Spectroscopy (SESORS) for in vivo Neurochemical Detection"
  • Li Jia, University of Akron
    "Metal-catalyzed carbonylative polymerizations - A quest for sustainable commodity plastics"
  • Ralph & Helen Oesper Symposium honoring Martin Moskovits, UC, Santa Barbara
    Mattanjah de Vries, University of California, Santa Barbara
    "Shedding light on history: one molecule at a time"
    Katherine (Kallie) Willets, Temple University
    “Super-resolution imaging and plasmonics”
    George Schatz, Northwestern University
    "Plasmons, Molecules and Theory: where Bottom-up meets Top-down"
    Mubeen Syed, University of Iowa
    “Plasmonics and Electrocatalysis: A Friends with Benefits Saga”
    Vladimir Shalaev, Purdue University
    "Quantum Metaphotonics"
    Peng Zhang, University of Cincinnati
    Dwayne Miller, University of Toronto
    "Mapping Atomic Motions with Ultrabright Electrons: Fundamental Space-Time Limit to Imaging Chemistry"
    Galen D. Stucky, University of California, Santa Barbara
    "Rational Component and Structure Design of Noble-Metal Composites for Optical and Catalytic Applications"
    Galen Stucky & Mattanjah de Vries, Univerity of California, Santa Barbara (ACS Cincinnati Local Section banquet speakers)
    "Martin Moskovits: Mentor for All”
  • Liviu Mirica, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    "A radical approach: Paramagnetic Ni and Pd species in organometallic catalysis"
  • Steven Liang, Emory University
    "Precision Radiochemistry & PET Biomarker Development"
  • Martin Kirk, University of New Mexico, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology
    "The Molybdenum Cofactor, C-H Bond Activation, and Molybdoenzyme Catalysis"
  • Allison Swain, University of Colorado, Denver (Special seminar)
    “Roles of the m6A RNA modification in regulating cell states, from yeast to breast cancer”
  • Briana Simms, Duke University, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering (Special seminar)
    “Delivery beyond the blood-brain-barrier (BBB) via self-assembling PAMAM lipid nanoaggregates”
  • Emily Sekera, The Ohio State University (Special seminar)
    “A Picture Worth 1,000 Molecules: Gaining Biological Insight through Mass Spectrometry Imaging”
  • Fay Nicolson, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Special seminar)
    "Surface-Enhanced Spatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy (SESORS) for Deep Optical Imaging of Cancer in Vivo"
  • Neal Mankad, University of Illinois at Chicago
    "Earth-abundant metal catalysts for radical carbonylation reactions"
  • Norman Lu, Taipei Tech
    "Synthesis and chemistry of fluorinated ligands and their metal complexes (Pt, Pd, Zn etc): From catalysis to unusual C-H bond change induced by non-covalent bond"
  • Moon-Soo Kim, Western Kentucky University
    "Sequence-specific DNA detection utilizing engineered DNA-binding proteins, CRISPR/Cas, and graphene oxide"
  • Isiah M. Warner, UC Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Chemistry, Boyd Professor of LSU System
    "GUMBOS: A Materials Approach to Analytical Chemistry"
  • Hans & Marlies Zimmer International Scholar honoring Panche Naumov, NYU Abu Dhabi
    “Organic crystals - a new class of engineering materials”
  • Andrea Kravats, Miami University, Ohio
    "Insights into the function and dynamics of the Grp94 molecular chaperone"
  • Jack Norton, Columbia University (CGSA Speaker of the Year)
    "Norton Group Chemistry — Then and Now"
  • Ellen Matson, University Rochester
    "Modeling Charge Transfer and Compensation at Metal Oxide Surfaces using Polyoxovanadate Clusters"
  • Hans & Marlies Zimmer International Scholar honoring Daniele Leonori, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
    "Novel synthetic methods using halogen-atom transfer and photoexcited nitroarenes"