Chemical Engineering Seminars – Archives 2015

2015

September 18th 2015
Dr. Davide Esposito, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Golm, Germany.
“Biorefinery: a sustainable Landscape for the Synthesis of Materials and small Molecules”
Hosted by: Prof. Jeremy Luterbacher
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October 2nd 2015     (Cancelled)
Prof. Thomas Russell, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, USA.
“Organic Photovoltaics: Correlating Morphology and Performance”
Hosted by: Prof. Kevin Sivula

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October 16th 2015
Prof. Anton Glieder, Technische Universität Graz, Austria.
“Novel strategies to design microbial production strains – ready to be scaled up”
Hosted by: Prof. Ardemis Boghossian

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October 30th 2015
Prof. Daniel Heller, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA.
“Nanotechnologies for the Detection and Targeted Treatment of Disease”
Hosted by: Prof. Ardemis Boghossian

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November 4th 2015 (exceptionally on a Wednesday at 11:00 in CH G1 495)
Prof. Thomas Kuech, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.
“Synthesis of Metastable Semiconducting Alloys: Thermodynamics and Kinetics”
Hosted by: Prof. Kevin Sivula

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November 13th 2015
Prof. Erwin Reisner, Cambridge University, UK.
“Bio-inspired Hybrid Materials for Artificial Photosynthesis”
Hosted by: Prof. Jeremy Luterbacher

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November 27th 2015
Prof. Jeffrey Reimer, University of California-Berkeley, USA.
“What NMR Can Tell Us About Metal Organic Frameworks”
Hosted by: Prof. Berend Smit

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December 11th 2015
Prof. Yuriy Román, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA.
“Architecture at the nanoscale: Design principles for next-generation catalysts in energy applications”
Hosted by: Prof. Jeremy Luterbacher, Sponsored by SCCER BIOSWEET