Graduate Seminar Series: 2008-2009

 Seminar  Speaker  Date
Fuel Cell Membranes that Become Wetter as the Surrounding Air Gets Hotter Nitash Balsara – University of California, Berkeley September 4, 2008
Molecular Products Design and Manufacturing: Challenges and Opportunities Venkat Venkatasubramanian – Purdue University September 25, 2008
Engineering Smart Multifunctional Biomaterials for Regenerative Medicine Anthony Lowman – Drexel University October 2, 2008
Gas-Expanded Liquids:  Tunable Media for Intensifying Catalytic Reactions Bala Subramaniam – University of Kansas October 30, 2008
Protein Folding in the Cell: Engineering Protein Expression by Understanding Biological Interactions Anne Robinson – University of Delaware November 6, 2008
High Pressure Refolding of Proteins Theodore Randolph – University of Colorado, Boulder November 13, 2008
Nanostructured Semiconducting, Ferroelectric, and Multiferroic Crystals: Synthesis and Application Zhiqun Lin – Iowa State University December 4, 2008
Infection Development in the Cardiovascular System:  Critical Roles for Bacterial Adhesion and Biofilm Formation Julia Ross – University of Maryland February 19, 2009
Nanobio Materials and Biomimetic Approaches to Sensing Basil Swanson – Los Alamos National Laboratory February 26, 2009
Transport phenomena of chemotactic bacteria: diffusion and dispersion in porous media Roseanne Ford – University of Virginia March 5, 2009
Liquid Transportation Fuel Options James R. Katzer – ExxonMobil  April 2, 2009
Molecular-level insight from computer simulations of thin film growth in organic electronics Paulette Clancy – Cornell University April 9, 2009