Seminar

Current Spring 2018 Schedule

Jan 16th: First Day of Class with Professor Kevin Leonard

Jan 23rd: Mei He, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, KU

Jan 30th: Keith Johnston, M. C. (Bud) and Mary Beth Baird Endowed Chair and Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin (FLYER)

Feb 13th: Jennifer Robinson, Assistant Professor of Chemical/Bioengineering, KU (FLYER)

Feb 20th: Edward Peltier, Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering, KU (FLYER)

Feb 27th: Levi Thompson, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Hydrogen Energy Technology Lab at The University of Michigan (FLYER)(YouTube Video)

March 6th: Arsalan Zolfaghari, Post-Doc for the Tertiary Oil Recovery Program (TORP)

March 13th: Albert Folch, Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle (FLYER)(YouTube Video)

March 20th: NO SEMINAR [Spring Break]

April 10th: Edward Maginn, Dorini Family Professor of Energy Studies and Chair of the Department of Chemical and Bimolecular Engineering, Notre Dame 

April 17th: Robbie Hable, Doctoral Candidate in Chemical Engineering and School of Engineering Ambassador here at KU

Apr 24th: Mojdeh Rasoulzadeh, Assistant Professor of Applied and Computational Math, University of Alabama

 


Fall 2017 Schedule

Aug 31st- Chris Depcik from Mechanical Engineering speaking about Academic and Research Integrity (FLYER)

Sept 7th- Laurence Weatherley, Chair of CPE, speaking about his research in green chemistry (FLYER)

Sept 14th- Gibum Kwon from Mechanical Engineering about his research (FLYER)

Sept 28th- Professor and Chair, Baojun Bia from Missouri S&T (petroleum topic) (FLYER)

Oct 5th- Assistant Professor John Newberg from the University of Delaware (catalysis topic)(FLYER)

Oct 12th- James Blakemore from KU Dept of Chemistry (FLYER)

Oct 19th- Eray Aydil, Professor and Chair, from University of Minnesota (renewable energy)(FLYER)

Oct 26th- Alan Allgeier, our newest faculty member from CPE (porous materials)(FLYER)

Nov 9th- Johannes Lercher, a Battelle Fellow from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories [(PNNL)(FLYER)]

Nov 16th- Susan Habas, Senior Scientist from National Bioenergy Center (NREL division)(FLYER)

Nov 30th- Trung Nguyen will present about NSF proposal writing (FLYER)

Dec 7th- Graduate students Aishik Chakraborty and Yuanchao Li will present about their research (FLYER)

 



Spring 2017 Schedule

Feb 7th: Professional Development Event (FLYER)

Feb 14th: No Seminar

Feb 21st: Steve Lustig from Northeastern University (FLYER)

Feb 28th: Canceled- No Seminar

March 7th: Kamy Sepehrnoori from University of Texas at Austin (FLYER)

March 14th: M. Ali Haider from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi (FLYER)

March 21st: Spring Break- No Seminar

April 11th: Damon Talbot from Graduate Studies at KU (FLYER)

April 18th: George Hirasaki from Rice University (Flyer coming)

April 25th: Rick Stroman from the US Naval Research Lab in Washington, DC (FLYER)

May 2nd: Michael J. Aziz from Harvard University (FLYER)

 


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