Graduate Seminar Series: 1999-2000

 Seminar  Speaker  Date
Hepatic Tissue Engineering Martin L. Yarmush, M.D., Ph.D. – Harvard Medical School September 16, 1999
Drying of Polymer Films – a Unique Coupling of Thermodynamics and Transport Phenomena J. L. Duda – Pennsylvania State University October 7, 1999
Ethical Issues in Graduate Engineering Education Dr. Gary Comstock – Iowa State University October 14, 1999
Importance of Communication Skills and Knowledge of Intellectual Property Regulation for Success in Chemical Engineering John Foster – Iowa State University October 29, 1999
Controlling Industrial Chemical Processes Babatunde A. Ogunnaike – DuPont Central Science and Engineering January 27, 2000
Isolation and Recovery of Enantiomeric Gossypol Michael K. Dowd – Southern Regional Research Center, ARS, USDA February 3, 2000
The Shell Higher Olefins Process (SHOP) and Related Reactions: Industrial Use of Organometallic Chemistry Dr. David M. Hamilton – Shell Chemicals February 10, 2000
Insights into Protein Regulation by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Dr. Amy Andreotti – Iowa State University February 17, 2000
Fast-Igniting Catalytic Converters Hsueh-Chia Chang – University of Notre Dame March 2, 2000
Sequential  Chemical and Biological Oxidation for Water and Wastewater  Remediation and Treatment David F. Ollis – North Carolina State University March 23, 2000
Development of M-Xylene Sorbex Process Dr. Santi Kulprathipanja – UOP LLC March 30, 2000
The Role of Organic Additives in Copper Deposition for ULSI Interconnect Processes Alan West – Columbia University April 13, 2000