Spring 2007 Seminar Series

Event Date: January 16, 2007

January 16, 2007

Dr. A.J. Nozik
Center for Basic Sciences, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Department of Chemistry, University of Colorado
“Carrier Dynamics and Multiple Exciton Generation in Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Applications to Third Generation Solar Photon Conversion”

January 30, 2007

Professor Christine M Hrenya
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Colorado
“Cohesive Forces in Gas-Solid Systems”

February 6, 2007

Professor Edmund G. Seebauer
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“New Methods for Defect Engineering in Semiconductors”


February 13, 2007

Professor Chris Roberts
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware
“Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Nonnative Protein Aggregation”


February 20, 2007

Professor Mark Barteau
Center for Catalytic Science and Technology
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware
“Moving Catalysis from Analysis to Design: Progress in Olefin Epoxidation”

February 27, 2007

Professor Susan Muller
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
“Controlling Flow and Macromolecular Conformation in Microfluidic Devices”

March 6, 2007

Professor Carlos Rinaldi
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
“Response of Suspensions of Magnetic Particles to Time Varying Magnetic Fields”

March 20, 2007

Professor Antonios Mikos
Department of Chemical Engineering, Rice University
“Nanobiomaterials for Tissue Engineering”

Kelly Lectures

Professor Manfred Morari
ETH, Zurich

March 27 - “Control of Hybrid Systems: Theory, Computation and Applications”
March 28 (11:30-12:30PM-- FRNY G140) – “Beyond Process Control” 

April 3, 2007

Dr. Joseph S. Alford
Eli Lilly and Company, Retired
“Bioprocess Control: Advances and Challenges”

April 17, 2007


Professor Guangzhao Mao
Department of Chemical Engineering and
Materials Science, Wayne State University
“Probing Molecular Assembly and Disassembly by Atomic Force Microscopy”


May 1, 2007

Professor David Weitz
Department of Physics and of Applied Physics, Harvard University
“Dripping, Jetting, Drops and Wetting: the Magic of Microfluidics”