Fall 2005 Seminar Series

Event Date: August 23, 2005

August 23, 2005

Professor Christian Lastoskie
Departments of Civil, Environmental & Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
"Stochastic Process Modeling in Biology and the Environment"

September 2, 2005 (Friday, 2:30 - 3:30pm, G140)

Professor Jackie Ying
Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore
"Nanostructure Processing of Advanced Catalysts and Biomaterials"

 September 6, 2005

Professor Carol Hall
Department of Chemical Engineering, North Carolina
State University
"Computer Simulations of Protein Aggregation"

September 13, 2005

Professor Rene Overney
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle
"Dynamics in Confined Organic Thin Film Systems Studied with Novel Microscopic Approaches"

September 20, 2005

Professor Graham Cooks
Department of Chemistry, Purdue University
"Mass Spectrometry: Ambient, Chiral, In situ, High Throughput and Soft Landing Experiments"

October 4, 2005

Professor Suljo Linic
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor
"First Principles Approach to Heterogeneous Catalysis: (1) Studies of the Role of Alkali Promoters in Chemical Reactions on Surfaces and (2) Studies of Au/oxide Interface Chemistry"

October 18, 2005

Professor Mike Doherty
Department of Chemical Engineering, University
of California, Santa Barbara
"Crystal Engineering for Product & Process Design"


October 25, 2005

Professor Huimin Zhao
Department of Chemical Engineering, University
of Illinois, Champaign Urbana
"Biomolecular Engineering for Fun and Profit"


November 8, 2005

November 15, 2005

Mr. Tim Franks
Dow Chemical
"An Overview of Separation Process Development at The Dow Chemical Company"

November 29, 2005

Professor Winston Ho
Distinguished Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University
"Facilitated Transport Membranes for Environmental and Energy Applications"

December 6, 2005

Patricia A. Rougeau
President and CEO-IO Informatics, Inc.,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
"Integration Informatics for Research and Discovery: Getting, Relating and Reasoning about Complex Disparate Information"