Seminar Series

Spring 2018

Date/Host Speaker Title
Wednesday 3 January
Prof. YuYe Tong
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm
Ms. YanYan Wang
Thesis Seminar

"Mechanistic Studies of Enhancing Performance of Pt-based Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction and Formic Acid Oxidation Reaction by Surface Modifications"

Thursday 18 January
Prof. Karah Knope
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Fernando Uribe-Romo
University of Central Florida

"Framework materials with complex properties for organic photoredox catalysis and solid-state ionic conductivity"

 

Thursday 25 January
Prof. Nag Gavvalapalli
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Gregory Sotzing
University of Connecticut

"Organic Conductive Polymers for Wearable Electronics Applications"

Tuesday 30 January
Prof. Sarah Stoll
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Dr. James Dickerson
Brookhaven National Laboratory

 

"The Role of a Scientist in Contemporary Society".

Thursday 1 February
Prof. Timothy Warren
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm
Dr. Morris Bullock
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

"Design of Molecular Electrocatalysts for the Production and Oxidation of Hydrogen” 

 

Tuesday 6 February
Prof. Jennifer Swift
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Pance Naumov
New York University, Abu Dhabi

"Soft-matter-like properties of molecular solids: Terra incognita of solid-state chemistry"  

Thursday 8 February
Profs. Sarah Stoll
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Tyrel McQueen
Johns Hopkins University

"The Dawn of Quantum Materials"

Thursday 22 February
Prof. Angel de Dios
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Leah Casabianca
Clemson University
 

"Characterization of Nanoparticle Surface Interactions Using Dissolution Dynamic Nuclear Polarization and Saturation-Transfer Difference NMR"

Tuesday 27 February
Prof. Miklos Kertesz
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Henrik Ottosson
Ångström Laboratory

"Putting Baird's Rule on Excited State Aromaticity and Antiaromaticity into Action"

Wednesday 28 February
Prof. Nag Gavvalapalli
Reiss 262, 3:30 pm

Prof. Alakesh Bisai
Dept of Chemistry, IISER Bhopal, India

"Efficient Strategies for Total Syntheses of Architecturally Intriguing Natural Products"

Friday 2 March
Prof. Travis Holman
Reiss 262, 3:30 pm

Prof. Severin Schneebeli
University of Vermont

"From Chirality-Assisted Synthesis to Polymer Replication and Translation".

Wedensday 14 March
GSOC
Reiss 262, 3:30 pm

Prof. John F. Hartwig
University of California, Berkeley

"Selective Catalytic Functionalizations with Small and Large Catalysts"
 

Tuesday 27 March
Prof. Jennifer Swift
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm
Miss Victoria Hall
Thesis Seminar

"Uric Acid Crystals".

Tuesday 10 April
Prof. Christian Wolf
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm
Ding Ransheng
Thesis Seminar

“Catalytic C-C bond formation with organohalides: From mechanism to applications”

Thursday 12 April
Prof. Travis Holman
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm

Prof. Steve Loeb
University of Windsor
 

TBA
Thursday 19 April
Prof. Nag Gavvalapalli
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm
Prof. Adam Matzger
University of Michigan
TBA
Tuesday 24 April
Prof. Christian Wolf
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm
Max Moskowitz
Thesis Seminar

"Catalytic Stereoselective Synthesis of Multifunctional Alcohols"

Thursday 26 April
Prof. Sarah Stoll
Reiss 112, 2:00 pm
 
Prof. Thomas Albrecht-Schmitt
Florida State University
TBA