Graduate Seminar Series Spring 2021

Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held online via Webex at 11 a.m. on the date indicated, with linking information distributed prior to each seminar. Seminars are open to all ISU faculty, staff, students, post-doctoral researchers and scientists.

Jan. 28 Safety Seminar CBE Faculty
Feb 4 Repurposing Bacterial Two-Component Systems as Sensors for Synthetic Biology Applications Jeffrey J. Tabor, Rice University
Feb. 11 DOGE Town Hall CBE Faculty
Feb. 18 Perfect Pitch Competition Graduate Students
Feb. 25 Defect Engineering and Patterning of Thin Films and Two-Dimensional Materials: A Computational Materials Science Approach Dimitrios Maroudas, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
March 4 Improving the Sensitivity and Stability of Biosensors: A Materials-Based Approach Srikanth Singamaneni, Washington University in St. Louis
March 11 Physical Biology at the Semiconductor-enabled Subcellular Interfaces Bozhi Tian, University of Chicago
March 18 Nanosensors for Imaging the Chemistry of the Body Heather Clark, Northeastern University
March 25 Game-Based and Game-Inspired Approaches to Engineering Education Across the Curriculum Dan Burkey, University of Connecticut
April 1 Synthetic Biology for Living Therapeutics Thomas Mansell, Iowa State University Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering
April 8 Deep eutectic solvent route for the synthesis of functional oxides Julia Zaikina, Iowa State University Dept. of Chemistry
April 15 Canceled
April 22 Data driven advanced metabolic modeling of diurnal growth in the model green alga  Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Nanette Boyle, Colorado School of Mines