Fall 2018 Schedule

Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held at 3:00 pm in FLN 2.02.06.


September 7, 2018

Single Protein Dynamics at Soft Interfaces: Can Chemical Physics Solve a $100,000,000,000 Problem?

Dr. Christine Landes, Rice University


September 14, 2018

Holography, Quantum Information and the Nature of Spacetime

Dr. Elena Caceres, UT Austin


September 21, 2018

Electronic Shells, States, and Excitations in Metal Nanoclusters

Dr. Vitaly V. Kresin, University of Southern California


September 28, 2018

no seminar

October 5, 2018

no seminar - College of Sciences Research Conference

October 12, 2018

Some New and Unusual Observations Regarding Poly (acrylic acid) Gels and Fibers and Possible Connections to Physiological Phenomena

Dr. Gary Wnek, Case Western Reserve University


October 19, 2018

Electrical Characterization and Manipulation of Biological Cells in Microfluidic Systems

Dr. Ali Beskok, Southern Methodist University


October 26, 2018

The Future for Exoplanet

Dr. Natalie Hinkel, Southwest Research Institute


November 2, 2018

Materials Challenges for Nuclear Energy: Accident Tolerant Fuels and Beyond

Dr. Andrew T. Nelson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory


November 9, 2018

Electron Holography of Semiconductor Devices

Dr. Michael Gribelyuk, GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.


November 16, 2018

Nuclear Fuel Fabrication, Testing, and Opportunities for Advanced Reactor Fuel Development

Dr. Elizabeth Sooby Wood, UTSA


November 23, 2018

no seminar - Thanksgiving Break

November 30, 2018


Dr. Michael Meyer, University of Michigan

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