chemistry lab

Seminars and Colloquia

All seminars will take place at 3:30 p.m. in Olney Hall room 519 (OLN519) unless otherwise stated. Mandatory for graduate students. Refreshments will be available.

Fall 2018

Friday, September 21Ou Chen
Department of Chemistry
Brown University
"Self-Assembly of Anisotropic Nanocrystals with Translational and Orientational Alignments"
Friday, October 5Hicham Fenniri
Department of Chemical Engineering
Northeastern University
"Supramolecular Nanomaterials: From Engineering to Function"
Friday, October 19Steven L. Suib
Department of Chemistry
University of Connecticut
"Applications of Porous Metal Oxides and Sulfide in Adsorption, Batteries, and Catalysis"
Friday, November 2Andrew Teplyakov
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Delaware
"Novel Approaches to Form Organic-Inorganic Interfaces: Chemistry to Control Surface Morphology"
Friday, November 16Juan Artes Vivancos
Department of Chemistry
University of Massachusetts Lowell
“Single-Molecule Biophysics for the Development of New Devices and Sensors”
Friday, November 30Raj Kumar
Botulinum Research Center
Institute of Advanced Sciences, Dartmouth
Friday, December 7Jie Song
Department of Orthopedics and Physical Rehabilitation
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Spring 2018

Friday, February 2Laurence G. Rahme
Harvard Medical School
Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital
"Strategies against bacterial Infections: Is it possible to win?"
Friday, February 16Ciby J. Abraham
Office of Pharmaceutical Quality
Food and Drug Administration
"Overview of the Office of Pharmaceutical Quality (OPQ) and Applications of Pharmaceutical Drug Products"
Friday, March 2Trisha Andrew
Department of Chemistry
UMass Amherst
“Vapor Phase Chemistry for Garment Integrated Electronics”
Friday, March 23Amit Basu
Department of Chemistry
Brown University
"Plant cell walls – fertile ground for glycoscience"
Friday, April 20Jianmin Gao
Department of Chemistry
Boston College
"Covalent Molecular Recognition via Iminoboronate Chemistry"