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Spring 2011 Seminar Schedule
Date/HostSpeakerTitle
Thursday 20 January
Prof. Wolf
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Mr. Dan Iwaniuk
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Enantioselective Recognition of Amines: Development of a Versatile NMR Chiral Solvating Agent and Stereodynamic Probes Having an Arylacetylene Framework”
Tuesday 1 February
Prof. Wolf
Reiss 262, 4:15 pm
Dr. Yu He
Harvard University
“Infochemistry and Infomaterial: DNA as a Molecular Guide”
Thursday 3 February
Prof. Weiss
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Dr. Boualem Hammouda
National Institute of Standards & Technology
"Probing Nanoscale Structures Using Small-Angle Neutron Scattering"
Wednesday 9 February
Matthew Carpiniello, Steven Ryckbosch & Chemistry Club
Reiss 112, 4:15 pm
Prof. Stephen J. Lippard
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Undergraduate Student Invited Lecture
“Inorganic Chemistry in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment”
Thursday 10 February
Prof. Tong
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Dr. Kaveh Jorabchi
Syagen Technology, Inc.
“Generation of Gaseous Ions from Condensed Phase: New Approaches and Insights”
Wednesday 16 February
Prof. Rubinson
Reiss 262, 4:15 pm
Mr. Anthony Kammerich
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“The Development of Conducting Polymer Modified Electrodes for Neurological Applications”
Thursday 17 February
Prof. Weiss
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Prof. Alcindo Aparecido dos Santos
University of Sao Paulo
*** CANCELED ***
Thursday 24 February
Lisette Fred, Will Boncher &
GSOC
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Prof. David MacMillan
Princeton University
Graduate Student Invited Lecture
"Photoredox catalysis in organic synthesis"
Tuesday 1 March
Prof. Ichiye
Reiss 262, 4:15 pm
Mr. Scott Perrin
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Redox Properties of Fe-S Proteins”
Thursday 3 March
Prof. Hahm
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Prof. Younan Xia
Washington University, St.Louis
“Shape-Controlled Synthesis of Noble-Metal Nanocrystals”
Thursday 17 March
Prof. Kertesz
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Dr. Marc C. Nicklaus
National Institutes of Health
"High Conformational Energies of Ligands in the Protein Data Bank (PDB) - Artifact or Reality?"
Friday 18 March
Prof. Tong
White-Gravenor 201B, 4:15 pm
Ms. Ying Li
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Insight into the mechanism of Brust–Schiffirin method for organochalcogenate-protected metal nanoparticles”
Thursday 24 March
Prof. Moasser
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Prof. Tong Ren
Purdue University
“Linear and Cross-Conjugated Organometallic Molecular Wires”
Tuesday 29 March
Prof. Holman
Reiss 262, 4:15 pm
Mr. Steve Drake
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
"Capsules and Cavitands: Concave Molecules Based on Cyclotribenzylene (CTB) Scaffold."
Thursday 31 March
Prof. Tong
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Prof. Shengli Chen
Wuhan University
“Combined Theoretical and Experimental Studies on Fuel Cell Electrocatalysis”
Thursday 7 April
Prof. Weiss
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Prof. V. Ramamurthy
University of Miami
"Controlling chemistry through confinement and weak interactions"
Thursday 14 April
Prof. Ichiye
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Prof. John Hackett
Virginia Commonwealth University
“P450-Catalyzed Aromatization: A Case for Dual Oxidants”
Saturday 16 April
Prof. Moasser
St. Mary’s 110, 9:15 am
 GRADUATE STUDENT LITERATURE SEMINARS
Thursday 28 April
Prof. Hahm
Reiss 112, 2:45 pm
Dr. Jeeseong Hwang
National Institute of Standards & Technology
“Exploring the Molecular World: Nanocrystal Optical Sensors and Multimodal Optical Imaging”
Saturday 30 April
Prof. Ichiye
St. Mary’s 110, 9:00 am
 UNDERGRADUATE HONORS TALKS
Wednesday 4 May
Prof. Warren
Reiss 262, 4:15 pm
Prof. Zachary Ball
Rice University
“Diverse structures and functions of dirhodium metallopeptides”
Monday 13 June
Prof. Warren
Reiss 262, 4:00 pm
Dr. Gerald Kehr
University of Muenster
“Organoboration - Recent Developments”
Tuesday 14 June
Prof. Swift
Reiss 262, 4:00 pm
Ms. Ilana Goldberg
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Directed Crystal Growth and Characterization of the Secondary Explosives RDX and HMX”
Thursday 16 June
Prof. Weiss
Reiss 262, 4:00 pm
Mr. Tao Yu
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Transforming Triatomic Molecules into Complex Functional Materials”

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