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Seminars 2017–2018

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All seminars will be held in the Lindy Boggs Center room 239 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am unless noted otherwise. For more information please call (504) 314 2914.

Sponsored through generous gifts from members of The Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Board of Advisors.

Top ⇑Spring 2018 Lecture Series

February 2, 2018

Understanding the Self-Assembly and Phase Behavior of Skin Lipids

Clare McCabevanderbilt university

March 2, 2018

Systems Biomedicine and Pharmaceutics: Mathematical Modeling of Tissues and Treatments

Ashlee Ford Versyptoklahoma state university

March 9, 2018

Development of Sugar Pilot Plant Equipment at USDA-SRRC and Collaborative Research studies with Industry

Gillian Eggleston and Isabel Limausda-ARS-Southern regional research center

March 16, 2018

Precisely Functionalized Molecular Nanoparticles are Unique Elements for Macromolecular Science: From "Nanoatoms" to Giant Molecules

Stephen ChengUniversity of Akron
March 23, 2018

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Hadley SikesMassachusetts institute of technology
April 13, 20183

Engineering static and dynamic control of metabolic fluxes in Escherichia coli

Mattheos KoffasRensselaer polytechnic institute

Top ⇑Fall 2017 Lecture Series

September 1st

Molecular and process parameters of solution based polymer self-assemblies

Dr. Margarita Herrera-AlonsoJohns Hopkins Univeristy

September 22nd

Developing New Nanoporous Materials for Practical Applications Using Computational Modeling - How Close Is the Dream to Reality?

Dr. David SchollGeorgia institute of technology
October 6th

Finding a needle in a haystack: parsing large-scale data to define Regulatory Networks for Strain Engineering

Dr. Lydia ContrerasUniversity of Texas- Austin

November 17th

From Small to Smaller: Microfluidics and Nanomaterials Commercialization at Silicon Valley Start-Ups

Dr. Michael Spaidcambrios advanced materials corporation

December 1st

Sustainability via Synthetic Biology - A Growing Role for Biotechnology in the Chemical Industry

Dr. Brian PflegerUniveristy of wisconsin

December 8th

Catalysis on plasmonic metal nanoparticles: opportunities for highly selective chemical conversion

Dr. Suljo LinicUniversity of Michigan

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