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Departmental Seminar Schedule, Spring Semester 2020


Jan 15
Wednesday

No Seminar Scheduled
Jan 16
Thursday
12:30 PM
CHEM 107
Design, Synthesis, and Application of Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials
Prof. Yang Qin, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, University of New Mexico
Dept. Host: Prof. William L. Hase
Jan 22
Wednesday

No Seminar Scheduled
Jan 23
Thursday
12:30 PM
CHEM 107
Ir(III) Complexes as Broadband Reverse Saturable Absorbers and/or Theranostic Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) Reagents —The Impact of Ligand Type and/or π-Conjugation
Prof. Wenfang Sun Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, North Dakota State University
Dept. Host: Prof. William L. Hase
Jan 27
Monday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
New Nano Tools for Following Single Live Cells: From Fundamental Discoveries to Biomedical Applications
Prof. Nancy Xu Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Old Dominion University
Dept. Host: Prof. William L. Hase
Jan 29
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
NMR-Assisted Crystallography: An Atomic-Resolution Probe of Structure, Function, and Mechanism for Materials Science and Structural Biology
Prof. Leonard Mueller, Department of Chemistry, University of California at Riverside
Dept. Host: Prof. Ben Wylie
Jan 30
Thursday
12:30 PM
CHEM 107
Transition Metal-Catalyzed Carbonylative Polymerizations
Prof. Li Jia Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron
Dept. Host: Prof. William L. Hase
Feb 05
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Seminar Cancelled
Feb 10
Monday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Measuring and manipulating the net charge of proteins—what have we been missing?
Prof. Bryan Shaw Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Dept. Host: Prof. Joachim Weber
Feb 12
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Open Search Faculty Candidate Seminar
Feb 19
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Imines: Soft-Donor Ligands for Actinide Selective Extractions, Sensors, and Catalysis
Dr. Anne Gorden Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Auburn University
Dept. Host: Prof. William L. Hase
Feb 24
Monday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
May the Force Be With You: Mechanisms of Protein Mechanostability Revealed by Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy In Silico and In Vitro
Dr. Rafael Bernardi Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group (TCBG) of the Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Dept. Host: Prof. Joachim Weber
Feb 26
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
TBA
Prof. Artur F. Izmaylov, Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto
Dept. Host: Prof. Jorge Morales
Mar 04
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
TBA
Dr. Eric Stahlberg, Biomedical Informatics and Data Science (BIDS) at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research (FNLCR)
Dept. Host: Prof. Hans Lischka and Prof. Yehia Mechref
Mar 11
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
TBA
Prof. Matthew Lockett, Department of Chemistry, UNC - Chapel Hill
Dept. Host: Prof. Dimitri Pappas
Mar 18
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Spring Vacation
Mar 24
Tuesday
6:00 PM
SUB - MESA
Super Computing and Data for Science — an Intersection of Technology and Science Policy
Prof. Robert J. Harrison Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory
Dept. Host: Malik Abdul
Mar 25
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Combining Math, HPC, and Quantum Mechanics to Advance the Art in Molecular Electronic Structure Calculations
Prof. Robert J. Harrison, Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory
Dept. Host: Malik Abdul
Apr 01
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
TBA
Apr 08
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
TBA
Dr. David Teller, Director of Merck
Dept. Host: Prof. Guigen Li
Apr 15
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
TBA
Apr 22
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
TBA
Prof. Michael Haley, Michael Haley Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Materials Science Institute, University of Oregon
Dept. Host: Prof. Hans Lischka
Apr 29
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Wilse Robinson Technical Talk: TBA
Prof. Daniel M. Neumark, Department of Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley
Apr 30
Thursday
12:00 PM
CHEM 107
Public Lecture: TBA
Prof. Daniel M. Neumark, Department of Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley

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