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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
September 9
10:45 AM
SS 229
David Sholl
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
“Expanding the chemical palette for reliable adsorption based separations”
September 30
10:45 AM
SS 229
Joan Brennecke
McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin
“Separating Gases with Ionic Liquids”
October 7
10:45 AM
BDBB 105
Kyongbum Lee
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Tufts University
“Using Metabolomics to Study the Metabolic Functions of the Gut Microbiome“
October 21
10:45 AM BDBB 105
Peter Goggin
Department of English
Arizona State University
“Public speaking and how to pitch your research”
October 28
10:45 AM BDBB 105
Bhavik Bakshi
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The Ohio State University
“Technologies for Sustainable Development: How can Engineering Deliver?”
November 4
10:45 AM
SS 229
Kristala Prather
Department of Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Metabolite Valves: Dynamic Control of Metabolic Flux for Pathway Engineering”
November 8
9:00 AM
SS 229
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER
Jay Keasling
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
UC Berkeley
TO BE ANNOUNCED
November 18 10:45 AM BDBB 105Edmund Seebauer
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The University of Illinois at Urbana
"Design of Semiconducting Oxide Materials for Energy Conversion via Defect Engineering"
November 25
10:45 AM
BDBB 105
Avinoam Nir
Chemical Engineering Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
“Flat and toroidal drops in viscous flows”
December 2
10:45 AM BDBB 105
Liang-Shih Fan Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The Ohio State University
“Metal Derivative Reaction Engineering and Particle Technology Science: A Gateway to Novel Energy Conversion Technology and Commercialization Readiness”

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Seminars

10:45 a.m.

Lattie F. Coor Hall 174

Note for location changes on table below

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DATESPEAKERTITLE
August 30
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Konrad Rykaczewski
Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engr.
Arizona State University
"Introduction Lecture”
September 6
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Kristi Morgansen
William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
University of Washington
“Empirical Methods at the Boundary of Model-Based and Learned Integrated Sensing and Actuation“
September 13
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Kangping Chen
Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engr.
Arizona State University
“Gas drainage from a narrow conduit: intriguing results and applications“
October 4
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Robert Bitmead
Jacobs School of Engineering
UC San Diego
“Conundrums in Everyday Stochastic Control: the Excitation Price of Performance”
October 11
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Robert Moser
Cockrell School of Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
“Investigating Wall-Bounded Turbulence in Direct Numerical Simulations“
October 18
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Elias Balaras Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
George Washington University
TO BE ANNOUNCED
October 25
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Israel Wygnanski
Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
University of Arizona
“Should Active Flow Control (AFC) Become a Design Tool in Aerodynamics?”
November 1
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Wenbo Tang
School of Math & Stat Sciences.
Arizona State University
TO BE ANNOUNCED
November 8
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Xiaolin Zheng
Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University
“Beyond Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting”
November 15
10:45 AM
COOR 174
Yong Chen
School of Engineering
University of Southern California
“Electrically Assisted Nanocomposite 3D Printing of Bio-inspired Bouligand Structures“

Materials Science & Engineering Seminars

1:30 p.m

Goldwater Center 465

Note for location changes on table below

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DATESPEAKERTITLE
September 6
1:30 PM
GWC 465
Bruno Azeredo
Assistant Professor Manufacturing Engineering
Arizona State University, Polytechnic School
“Advances in Nanomanufacturig and Nanomaterials for Additive Manufacturing”
September 27
1:30 pm
GWC 465
Timo Park Ph.D
Field Application Engineer Manger
Samsung SDI America
“Current progress and strategies for future Lithium-ion battery development”
October 18
1:30pm GWC 465
Aditya Mohite
Associate Professor of Materials Science and NanoEngineering
Rice University
“Halide perovskites: A new class of semiconductors with emergent functional properties”
November 8 1:30 pm
GWC 465
Brad Boyce
Materials Scientist
Sandia National Laboratories
TO BE ANNOUNCED