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Past Seminars|Materials Science and Engineering Program

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Fall 2013 MSE Seminars

  • CHEMISTRY Friday, September 20 - 4:10pm, CR214: Ryan O'Hayre, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
    • Title: Materials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion
  • CHEMISTRY Tuesday, October 1 - 4:10pm, CR214: Mike Woodhouse, NREL Strategic Energy Analysis Center
    • Title: An overview of the current global solar market, and technology innovations that may enable more economically compelling solutions
  • PHYSICS Friday, October 11 - 4:10pm, PS234: Yiying Wu, Ohio State University
    • Title: P-type dye-sensitized solar cells and solar fuels
  • PHYSICS Tuesday, October 29 - 2:45pm, CR144: Michael E. McHenry, Carnegie Mellon University
    • Title: NANOCOMPOSITE MAGNETS FOR POWER ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS
  • CHEMISTRY Wednesday, November 20 - 3:00pm, CR133: Raymond Schaak, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Chemistry
    • Title: Synthetic Design Tools for Complex Inorganic Solids and Nanostructures

Spring 2013 Seminars

  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Monday, January 28 - 3:10pm, EN1045: Will Medlin, University of Colorado Boulder
    • Title: Controlling selectivity in heterogeneous catalysis with self-assembled monolayers
  • CHEMISTRY Friday, February 1 - 3:10pm, CR310: Alan Van Orden
    • Title: Single molecule studies of electronic coupling in semiconductor nanocrystal clusters
  • PHYSICS Friday, February 8 - 4:10pm, PS234: Andrei Piryatinski
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Wednesday, February 20 - 12:00pm, EN4045: Carl Frick, University of Wyoming
    • Title: Experimental Approach Towards Understanding Indentation-Induced Two-Way Shape-Memory Surfaces Made From Nickel-Titanium Alloys
  • CHEMISTRY Friday, February 22 - 3:10pm, CR310: Tom Hamann, Michigan State University
  • PHYSICS Friday, February 22 - 4:10pm, PS234: Justin Schaefer, SEAKR Engineering Inc.
  • CHEMISTRY Thursday, March 7 - 3:10pm, CR310: Stephen Maldondo, University of Michigan
    • Title: SYNTHESIS, DESIGN, AND APPLICATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED SEMICONDUCTOR PHOTO ELECTRODES FOR ENERGY CONVERSION
  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Thursday, March 14 - 2:10pm, EN1045: Steve George, University of Colorado - Boulder
    • Title: Controlling Pt Atomic Layer Deposition - From Pt Nanoparticles to Continuous Pt Thin Films
  • CHEMISTRY Monday, March 25 - 3:10pm, CR310: Susan Kauzlarich, University of California, Davis, Chemistry Dept.
    • Title: The 26th Annual Geoffrey Coates Lecture: SYNTHESIS OF NEW MATERIALS FOR ENERGYAPPLICATIONS - THERMOELECTRICS AND PHOTOVOLTAICS
  • CHEMISTRY Friday, April 19 - 3:10pm, CR310: David Mullins, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    • Title: STRUCTURE_FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS ON METAL OXIDE SURFACES: REACTIVITY ON DIFFENT CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC ORIENTATIONS OF CERIUM OXIDE
  • CHEMICAL & PETROLEUM ENGINEERING Wednesday, April 24 - 4:00pm, EN1045: Gerard Wall, National University of Ireland, Galway
    •  Title: The Use of Antibody Fragments in Materials Functionalization
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Thursday, April 25 - 3:10pm, EN1045: Donald Radford, Colorado State University
    • Title: High Temperature Composites Activities at CSU
  • CHEMISTRY Friday, April 26 - 3:10pm, CR310: Reginald Penner, University of California - Irvine
  • PHYSICS Friday, May 3 - 4:10pm, PS243: Koki Takanashi, Institute for Materials Research (IMR), Tohoku University
    • Title: Advanced spintronic materials for generation and control of spin current

Spring 2012 Seminars

  • CHEMISTRY Dr. Joseph, Hupp, Morrison Professor of Chemistry, Northwest University, February 24, 2012, 4:10pm, Berry Center 138
  • Title: Electrical Energy from Sunlight: Nanostructured Materials Architectures and "Artificial Leaf" Solar Cells.

Fall 2012 Seminars

  • CHEMISTRY: Dr. R. Sarbajit Banerjee, Associate Professor, University of Buffalo, Monday, September 17, 2012, 3:10Pm, CR214
  • Title: Finite Size Effects on Phase Stabilities, Phase Transitions, and Electronic Structure.
  • PHYSICS: Michael Pechan, Miami University, Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 3:10pm, CR118
  • Title: Magnetodynamics and magnetostatics in nano-scale structures and spintronic materials
  • CHEMISTRY: Dr. Arthur Baddorf, Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Friday, October 19, 2012, 3-4pm, CR214
  • Title: IMAGING MEMORY, BATTERIES, AND FUEL CELL ACTIVITY AT THE NANOSCALE
  • CHEMICAL & PETROLEUM ENGINEERING: Dr. Sumit Agarwal, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Monday, October, 22, 2012, 3:10pm, EN1045
  • Title: Plasma Synthesis and Passivation of Si Nanocrystals for Third-Generation Photovoltaics
  • Dr. Daniel Turner, University of Toronto, Monday, November 19, 2012, 4:10pm, CR214
  • Title: Photosynthetic Energy Transfer in Cryptophyte Algae
  • Dr. TeYu Chien, Northwestern University, Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 4:10pm, CR214
  • Title: Low Dimensional Electronic Properties at Interfaces of Materials Studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy - from Fundamental Physics toward Energy Materials
  • Dr. Mark Tibbit, University of Colorado-Boulder, Monday, December 3, 3:10pm, EN1045
  • Title: Photoresponsive Hydrogels: Spatiotemporal Control of the Cellular Microenvironment
  • Dr. Ryan E. Baumbach, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Monday, December 3, 4:10pm, CR214
  • Title: Materials-driven physics: a versatile toolbox for solving old problems and finding new ones

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