Seminar Series

Seminar Series – Daniel D. Burkey, Ph.D.

10/12/2020 @ 9:35 am – 10:30 am – Professor-in-Residence Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Associate Dean, Undergraduate Education and Diversity University Teaching Fellow University of Connecticut  Game-Based and Game-Inspired Approaches to Engineering Education Across the Curriculum Abstract: Game-based educational techniques can be an interesting and novel approach to active learning in engineering courses. Because games often exist within their own rule sets, they can allow […]

Seminar Series – Taylor J. Woehl, Ph.D.

09/14/2020 @ 9:35 am – 10:30 am – Assistant Professor Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of Maryland Assembly and crystallization of colloids and nanoparticles mediated by interfacial chemistry Abstract: In this talk, Dr. Woehl will describe his lab’s work investigating how interfacial chemistry and interfacial chemical reactions mediate and can be used to control the assembly and crystallization of colloids and nanoparticles. […]

Seminar Series – Eray S. Aydil, Ph.D.

10/05/2020 @ 9:35 am – 10:30 am – Alstadt Lord Mark Professor Editor-in-Chief Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology Tandon School of Engineering Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department New York University Reviving “Fool’s Gold” as a Photovoltaic Material Abstract:  Pyrite FeS2, (fool’s gold) has long been considered an ideal semiconductor for low-cost, sustainable solar cells because it is composed of earth-abundant, non-toxic, inexpensive […]

Seminar Series – Millicent O. Sullivan, Ph.D.

09/28/2020 @ 9:35 am – 10:30 am – Professor and Associate Chair, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Professor of Biomedical Engineering University of Delaware Unlocking Intracellular Therapeutic Targets Using Bioinspired Materials Abstract: A wealth of potential therapeutic opportunities remains untapped within cells. For example, DNA delivered to the nucleus can interact with the native nuclear machinery to stimulate cellular production of essentially any protein of […]