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Spring 2014 Seminar Schedule

Date/Host Speaker Title

Thursday 20 February
Prof. Kertez
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Hans Lischka
Texas Tech University

“Challenges in Quantum Chemistry: From Polyradical Defects in Graphene Nanoflakes to Charge Transfer in Organic Photovoltaics”

Tuesday 25 February
Prof. Yang
Reiss 112, 12:30 pm

Ms. Amila Abeykoon
Thesis Seminar
Georgetown University

“Multimethylation in Rickettsia Outer Membrane Protein B Catalyzed by Lysine Methyltransferases”

Thursday 27 February
Prof. Jorabchi
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Dr. Greg Gillen
National Institute of Standards and Technology

“Surface and Microchemical Analysis at NIST:
Fundamentals of Secondary Ion and Ambient Mass Spectrometry for Forensics and Homeland Security”

Tuesday 4 March
Prof. Holman
Reiss 112, 12:30 pm

Mr. Akil Joseph
Thesis Seminar
Georgetown University

“Functionalization and Study of Xenon-Binding Cryptophanes”

Tuesday 18 March
Prof. Holman
Reiss 112, 12:30 pm

Mr. Chris Kane
Thesis Seminar
Georgetown University

"Crystalline Organic Cavitands as Microcavity Materials"

Tuesday 25 March
Prof. Moasser
Reiss 112, 12:30 pm

Ms. Monique Koppel
Thesis Seminar
Georgetown University

“Metal and Non-Metal catalyzed β-alkylation of Secondary Alcohols: Scope and Mechanism "

Thursday 27 March
Prof. Weiss
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Dr. Dimitris Katsoulis
Dow Corning

“Silicone Resins – A Versatile Class of 3D Networks in Materials Science”

Tuesday 1 April
Prof. Roepe
Reiss 112, 12:30 pm

Ms. Katy Sherlach
Thesis Seminar
Georgetown University

“Assessing Antimalarial Cidality in Plasmodium Falciparum Parasites "

Thursday 3 April
Prof. Yang
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Ms. Christiana Addei Maanu
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar

"Structural and catalytic roles of cysteine residues in human lysyl-tRNA synthetase "

Tuesday 8 April
Prof. Roepe
Reiss 112, 12:30 pm

Mr. Paul Callaghan
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar

"The Biochemistry of the Antimalarial Drug Resistance Protein, PfCRT"

Saturday12 April
Prof. Jorabchi
St Mary’s Hall 110, 9:00 AM-5 PM

Graduate Student Literature Seminars

 

Monday 14 April
Prof. Moasser
Reiss 262, 3:30 pm

Mr. Arrey Enyong
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar

"Ruthenium-Catalysed Amine Alkylation with Alcohols via the Borrowing Hydrogen Methodology: Scope, Mechanism and Application"

Tuesday 15 April
Prof. Moasser
Reiss 112, 12:30 pm

Ms. Stephanee Synnott,
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar

“Organic transfer hydrogenation of α,β-unsaturated ketones and on-water reactivity”

Wednesday 23 April
Chemistry Graduate Students
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. John Rogers
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

"Stretchy Electronics That Can Dissolve in Your Body "

Thursday 1 May
Prof. Warren
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Ms. Kamille Williams
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar

“Synthetic Modeling of Nitric Oxide (NO) and Nitroxyl (HNO) Reactivity at Copper”

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