Chemical Engineering Seminars

Fall 2021 Seminar Schedule
Date Speaker Title
Sept. 9 Rodney D. Priestley
Princeton University
10:35 a.m. | Zoom
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Glass Transition and Dynamics of Nanoscopically Confined Polymer
Sept. 16 Charles M. Schroeder
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
10:35 a.m. | Zoom
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Molecular Electronics: Understanding Charge Transport in Sequence-defined Materials Using Automated Chemical Synthesis
Sept. 21 Matthias Waegele
Boston College
10:35 a.m. | 001 CBEB
Elucidating Electrocatalytic Processes for Energy Storage and conversion with Operando Vibrational Spectroscopy
Sept. 23 Jeffrey Michael Karp
Harvard Medical School
10:35 a.m. | Zoom
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Tools for Accelerated Medical Innovation
Sept. 30 Andrew Livingston
Queen Mary University of London, UK
10:35 a.m. | Zoom
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Nanostar Sieving for Exact Polymer Synthesis
Oct. 7 Richard Spontak
North Carolina State University
10:35 a.m. | 001 CBEB
Charged Block Polymers: New Insights and New Opportunities
Oct. 14 David Sholl
Georgia Tech
10:35 a.m. | 001 CBEB
Expanding the Chemical Palette for Reliable Adsorption-based Separations
Oct. 22 Distinguished Lecturer: Zhenan Bao
Stanford University
3:00 p.m. | Zoom
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Skin-Inspired Organic Electronics
Oct. 28 Kam W. Leong
Columbia University Medical Center
10:35 a.m. | Zoom or In-person (TBD)
TBA
Nov. 4 Barrer Lecture: Stacey Zones
Chevron Energy & Technology Company
10:35 a.m. | Zoom
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Zeolite Materials and Their Ever-Expanding Role in New Catalysis and Separations Technologies
Dec. 2 David Lynn
University of Wisconsin
10:35 a.m. | 001 CBEB
TBA
Dec. 9 Lola Eniola-Adefeso
University of Michigan
10:35 a.m. | 001 CBEB
TBA

Contact:

  • For more information, including the Zoom link where applicable, email Lisa Haines at luv1@psu.edu.

 
 

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