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Seminars

Join us for an exciting semester of seminars hosted by the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy.

Chemical Engineering Seminars

10:45 a.m.
Biodesign Institute Building B (BDBB) 105

Note for location changes on table below

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DATESPEAKERTITLE
August 27
10: 45 am
BD BB 105
Jessica Schiffman
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Massachusetts
“Engineering Bioinspired Materials for Human Health Applications”
September 10
10: 45 am
BD BB 105
Alfred Spormann
Department of Civil & Environmental Engr. Stanford University
" Microbial Electrosynthesis for Carbon-neutral Energy and Chemicals"
October 1
10: 45 am
BD BB 105
J. Zach Hilt
Department o f Chemical & Materials Engr.
University of Kentucky
"Magnetic Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites: Advanced Materials for Medical and Environmental Applications"
October 15 10: 45 am TBDSteven Cramer
Department of Chemical & Biolo g i c al Engr. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
"Downstream Processing in Integrated Biomanufacturing: Process Development Tools and Highly Selective Separations"
November 5
10:45 am
BDBB 105
LaShanda Korley
Department of Materials Science & Engr. University of Delaware
“Manipulating Architecture and Mechanics via Bio- inspired Design: Fibers, Gels, and Composites"
November 19
10:45 am
BD BB 105
Thomas Epps
Department of Materials Science & Engr. University of Delaware
“Generating Functional Materials from Nanostructured Polymers”

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Seminars

12:15 p.m.
 Education Lecture Hall 117
Note for location changes on table below

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DATESPEAKERTITLE
August 17
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
Florent Pled
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France
A multiscale method for the propagation of localized uncertainties in linear parabolic equations
August 24
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
Marc Mignolet
Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engr.
Arizona State University
Welcome Back
September 14
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
David Dooner
Dept. of Mechanical Engr.
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaquez
On the Development of Mathematically Perfect Gears
September 28
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
Baowen Li
Dept. of Mechanical Engr.
University of Colorado, Boulder
To be announced
October 12
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
Yong Huang
Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engr.
University of Florida
Bioprinting: Implementation, Process Dynamics and Process Induced Cell Injury
October 19
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
Melissa Green
Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engr.
Syracuse University
To be announced
November 9
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
Eric Loomis
Plasma Physics Group
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Experimental High Energy Density at Los Alamos National Laboratory
November 16
10:45 AM
Coor L1-20
David Mitlin
Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engr.
Clarkson University
Selenium impregnated monolithic carbons as free- standing cathodes for high volumetric energy lithium and sodium metal batteries

Materials Science & Engineering Seminars

10:45 a.m

Schwada Classroom and Office Building (SCOB) 150

Note for location changes on table below

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DATESPEAKERTITLE
August 24
10:45 AM
SCOB 150
Sudarsanam Suresh Babu
Dept. of Mechanical, Aerospace Engr.
University of Tennessee
Host: Ankit Kumar
" Transients in Solidification and Solid-State Transformations in Materials during Additive Manufacturing with Complex Thermo-Mechanical Signatures"
September 14
10:45 AM
SCOB 150
Nuh Gedik Dept . of Physics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Host: Sefaattin Tongay
" Time Resolve Probing of Photo-induced Phase transitions in Charge of Density of Waves"
October 19
10:45 AM
SCOB 150
Robert Ulfig Product Manager
CAMECA Instrument, Inc.
Host: Nik Chawla
“Three-Dimensional Subnanometer Compositional Analysis with Atom Probe Tomography – Technology and Applications”
November 9
10:45 AM
SCOB 150
Duan Xiangfeng
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of California, Los Angeles
Host: Qing Hua Wang
" Van der Waals Integration beyond 2D Materials"