Seminar Series sponsored by Shell

Upcoming in Spring 2023

Please stop by at the beginning of the new year for our upcoming seminar series speaker to be announced.

Spring 2023

All seminars are held Fridays in CTLM102 from 10 to 11 a.m., unless otherwise noted.

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September 2nd 2022 - Rahul Kasat, 3D Systems Corporation

Rahul Kasat – 3D Systems Corporation

Host: Associate Professor Nanette Boyle

September 9th, 2022 - Christopher Muhich, Arizona State University

Christopher Muhich – Arizona State University

Host: Assistant Professor Stephanie Kwon

September 16th, 2022: Anne Ware, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
September 23rd, 2022 - Alexander Mironenko, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
September 30th, 2022: Angela Pannier, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Angela Pannier – University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Host: Assistant Professor Ramya Kumar

October 7th, 2022 - Mandi Malmali, Texas Tech University

Mandi Malmali – Texas Tech University

Host: Professor Colin Wolden

October 14th 2022 - Karen Wawrousek, University of Wyoming

Karen Wawrousek – University of Wyoming

Host: Associate Professor Nanette Boyle 

October 21st 2022 - Abigail Koppes, Northeastern University

Abigail Koppes – Northeastern University

Host: Associate Professor Nikki Farnsworth

October 28th 2022 - Prashant Jain, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Prashant Jain – University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Host: Assistant Professor Matthew Crane

November 4th, 2022 - Greg Hudalla, University of Florida

Greg Hudalla – University of Florida

Host: Associate Professor Melissa Krebs

November 11th, 2022 - Edward Phelps, University of Florida

Edward Phelps – University of Florida – CANCELED

Host: Assistant Professor Nikki Farnsworth

December 2nd, 2022 - Simon Thompson, United States Department of Energy

Simon Thompson – United States Department of Energy

Host: Department Head and Professor Sumit Agarwal

Past Seminars

Spring 2022
  • January 14th: Yamil Colon, University of Notre Dame, Navigating the Landscape of Advanced Materials
  • January 21st: Danielle Tullman-Ercek, Northwestern University, Designing with nanoscale building blocks: engineering self -assembling protein superstructures for applications in vaccines, drug delivery and Biomanufacturing
  • January 28th: Will Medlin, University of Colorado Boulder, Functionalizing catalytic metal-metal oxide interfaces for selective upgrading of CO2 and biomass derivatives
  • February 4th: Christopher Jones, Georgia Institute of Technology, Development and Deployment of Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs): Humanity’s Moonshot for the 21st Century
  • February 11th: Suljo Linic, University of Michigan, Fuel Cells Reactions on Pt electrodes: from kinetics and spectroscopy to new materials
  • February 18th: Abigail Koppes, Northeastern University, Engineered Models of the Enteric-Gut-Axis (Cancelled)
  • March 4th: Scientific Writing Workshop by Mines Writing Center
  • March 11th: Anne “Liz” Ware, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Analytical Approaches for Characterization of Lignocellulosic Biomass Cell Walls to Develop Optimized Feedstocks for the Bioderived Value Chain (Postponed)
  • March 18th: Phaneendra Kondapi, University of Houston, Digital Approach in the Process Industry: Current and Future State of Transformation 
  • March 25th: Daniel Alge, Texas A&M University, Expect the Unexpected – Unanticipated Effects of Crosslinking Chemistry and Immune Reactions on Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Hydrogels
  • April 8th: Dante Disharoon and Ryan Gasvoda, Colorado School of Mines Alumni, Miniaturized Dielectric Coagulometry for Point-of-Care Assessment of Hemostatic Dysfunctions/Miniaturized Dielectric Coagulometry for Point-of-Care Assessment of Hemostatic Dysfunctions and Obtaining High Etch Selectivity in Plasma-Assisted ALE: A Surface Functionalization Approach
  • April 15th: Bhuvnesh Bharti, Louisiana State University, Assembly and propulsion of colloids in external fields
  • April 29th: Clayton Radke, University of California Berkeley, Black Holes and Dry-Eye Amelioration
Fall 2021
  • September 3rd: Mines DI&A Workshop, Lakshmi Krishna & Muthu Vinayak Thyagarajan, Minimizing Microaggressions
  • September 10th: John Newman, Colorado School of Mines, Turbulence and Energy Storage 
  • September 17th: Rodney Priestley, Princeton University, Glass Transition and Dynamics of Nanoscopically Confined Polymer
  • September 24th: Shaun Alia, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Materials Integration, Durability, and Perspectives in Low Temperature Electrolysis
  • October 1st: William Tarpeh, Stanford University, Electrochemical Wastewater Refining: Reframing Nitrogen Pollutants as Products
  • October 8th: Xi Chen, City University of New York, “Hygroscience” for Evaporation Energy Harvesting
  • October 15th: Matthew Green, Arizona State University, Next-generation polymers for membrane separations, CO2 capture, and advanced materials
  • October 22nd: Sudipta Seal, University of Central Florida, Multi-valent nano-oxides for angiogenesis
  • November 5th: Andres Garcia, Georgia Institute of Technology, Bioengineered Synthetic Hydrogels for Regenerative Medicine
  • November 19th: David Nielson, Arizona State University, Pathway, strain, and community engineering to expand
    biochemical production and enhance carbon utilization
  • December 3rd: William Schneider, University of Notre Dame, The Catalytic Science of Making Up and Breaking Up Dinitrogen
Spring 2021
  • January 15th: Idalis Villanueva, University of Florida, A multi- and mixed-method exploration of hidden curriculum and issues affecting women in science or engineering
  • January 22nd: Michael Sefton, University of Toronto, Medicine by Design: Preparing the ground for endogenous repair
  • January 29th: Taras Makogon, Saudi Aramco, Phase Transitions and Multiphase Flow in Energy and Bioscience
  • February 5th: Michele Sarazen, Princeton University, Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) as catalysts and catalyst precursors
  • February 19th: Maria Carreon, South Dakota School of Mines, Nitrogen Fixation: Unveiling the Cold Plasma-Based Route
  • March 12th: Lucio Isa, ETH Zurich, New Directions for Active Colloids: Swimming at Oil-Water Interfaces and External Feedback
  • March 19th: Amy Herr, University of California at Berkeley, Microfluidic Design Bridges A Gap: Electrophoretic Cytometry for Targeted Proteomics
  • March 26th: Brent Nannenga, Arizona State University, High-Resolution Molecular Structure Determination: Methods Development and Applications
  • April 9th: Hadley Sikes, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Protein and Reaction Engineering for Accessible, Scalable Medical Diagnostics
  • April 23rd: Carrie Farberow, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), First Principles Modeling to Reveal the Effect of Surface Modification Strategies on Hydrogenation Catalysis
  • April 30th: Diego Pradilla, Universidad de los Andes, The Strange But Interesting World of Asphaltenes
Fall 2020
  • September 4th: Michael Guarnieri, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), C1 Biocatalysis: Bioengineering for Energy and Environmental Solutions
  • September 11th: Prashant Deshlahra, Tufts University, Selectivity Limitations in Alkane Oxidative Dehydrogenation
  • October 2nd: Jim Pfaendtner, University of Washington, Molecular engineering and design at the bio/nano interface
  • October 9th: Paul Shearing, University of College London, The Role of Advanced X-ray Characterisation in Understanding Degradation and Failure in Li-ion Batteries
  • October 16th: Keith Johnston, University of Texas at Austin, Soft Matter Stabilization at Challenging Conditions for Drug Delivery and Energy Applications
  • October 23rd: Peter Cummings, Vanderbilt University, The Molecular Simulation Design Framework (MoSDeF): Capabilities and
  • October 30th: Jason Shoemaker, University of Pittsburgh, Computational modeling to guide drug target discovery and treatment design in flu and COVID-19
  • November 6th: Reza Foudazi, New Mexico State University, Polymerization in Nanoconfinement of Soft Templates for
    Making Membranes
  • November 13th: John Frostad, University of British Columbia, Micromechanical Characterization of Soft
Spring 2020
  • January 10: William Olbricht, National Science Foundation (NSF), Transport Phenomena Research at the National Science Foundation
  • February 21: Thomas Mansell, Iowa State University, Synthetic Biology for Microbiome Engineering
  • March 6: Jonathan Stickel, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Flow, Transport, and Reaction during the Conversion of Lignocellulosic Biomass to Fuels and Chemicals: From Hoppers to Bioreactors
Fall 2019
  • August 30: Joseph Zasadzinski, University of Minnesota, Interfacial Rheology and How We Breathe
  • September 6: Nicholas Sandoval, Tulane University, Advancing Frontiers in Novel Methods of Gene Regulation in Bacteria
  • September 13: Chris Wirth, Cleveland State University, Complex Colloidal Particles Near Boundaries
  • September 20: Kelly Schultz, Lehigh University, Characterizing the Evolution of Gel Scaffolds Using Passive Microrheology
  • September 27: Ryan Hartman, NYU, Artificially Intelligent Microreactors with In Situ Characterization Methods with Potential Applications in Energy, Chemicals, and Materials
  • October 4: Gordon Christopher, Texas Tech University, How Do We Characterize the Properties of Air/Water Interfaces Relevant to Petroleum Processing?
  • October 11: Lisa Bullard, North Carolina State University, Open the Front Door, Close the Back Door: The Impact of Organizational Culture on Recruiting and Retention 
  • October 25: Edward Maginn, University of Notre Dame, Computational Design of New Materials for Separations and Energy Storage
  • November 1: Sapna Sarupria, Clemson University, Building and Applying in Silico Nanoscopes for Gas Hydrates and Ice
  • November 8: George O’Toole, Dartmouth College,, To Build A Bioflim
  • November 22: Clare McCabe, Vanderbilt University, Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Stratum Corneum Lipid Mixtures: A Multiscale Perspective
Spring 2019
  • January 18: John Rogers, Northwestern University, Soft Electronic and Microfluidic Systems for the Skin
  • January 25: Todd Squires, University of California, Driving Particles and Fluids Using Chemical Fluxes
  • February 1: Kristala Prather, MIT, Metabolite Valves: Dynamic Control of Metabolic Flux for Pathway Engineering
  • March 8: Carolyn Lee-Parsons, Northeastern University, Engineering the Production of Medicinal Natural Products from Plant Cell Cultures
  • March 15: K. Scott Phillips, Food and Drug Administration, TBD
  • March 22: Patrick Doyle, MIT, Microfluidic Technologies to Manufacture Soft Matter Materials
  • April 19: Steven Little, University of Pittsburgh, Controlling Controlled Release to Make Medicine That Imitates Life
Fall 2018
  • August 30: Gerald Fuller, Stanford U, Asphaltenes: Big Molecules Causing Bigger Problems
  • September 7: Young Jik Kwon, UC Irvine, MINEd from Nature and Engineered for Therapy: Semi-synthetic Virus, Nanoantibiotics, and Engineered Extracellular Vesicles
  • September 14: Michael Domach, Carnegie Mellon, Optimization can be on the Bounds: Maximizing Therapeutic DNA without Antibiotics and What the Cell’s Solution to Hyper-production Suggests
  • September 28: Jacklyn Steeples, Freeport-McMoRan Inc., Chemical Engineering Applications in Mining at Freeport-McMoRan Operations
  • October 5: Matthew Panthani, Iowa State, Crystallizing Semiconductors at the Nano- and Molecular Scale: Opportunities and Challenges
  • October 12: Chris Wilmer, U of Pittsburgh, Understanding Thermal Transport in Porous Crystals
  • October 19: Robert Prud’homme, Princeton University, Nanomedicine: From High Tech to Global Health
  • October 26: Terry Papoutsakis, U of Delaware, Native and engineered megakaryocytic microparticles for cell- and gene-therapies
  • November 9: Kenneth Kroenlein, NIST, Overcoming Scarcity in the Scientific Literature
  • November 16: Andrew Petruska, CSM, Magnetic Guidance in Medicine
  • November 30: Tanya Lipscomb, Biotechnology Entrepreneur & Consultant, From the Lab Bench to the Boardroom: My Adventures in Start-ups
Spring 2018
  • January 12: Alissa Park, Columbia U, Towards Sustainable Energy and Materials: Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS)
  • January 19: Anthony Muscat, U of Arizona, Where Materials Meet: Passivation and Activation of Semiconductor and Metal Surfaces
  • February 13: Niall MacDowell, Imperial College London, Bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS): vital for 1.5C, but does it work?
  • March 16: Todd Alam, Sandia Labs, Domain Structure and Water Transport in SDAPP Proton Exchange Membranes 
  • April 6: Peter Monson, U Mass Amherst, Understanding the Thermodynamics and Dynamics of Fluids Confined in Mesoporous Materials
  • April 20: Bin Liu, Kansas State U, Atmospheric ammonia synthesis – mechanism, materials, and processes
  • April 27: Prasad Shalini, UT Dallas, Early Stage Technologies in Wearable Lifestyle Monitoring: Flexible Sensors for Monitoring Biomarkers in Sweat
Fall 2017
  • September 1: Hannes Schniepp, William & Mary, Synthetic and Biogenic 2D Materials: Interfacial Properties and Characterization
  • September 8: Cole DeForest, U Washington, User-Programmable Hydrogel Biomaterials to Probe and Direct 4D Stem Cell Fate
  • September 15: Paul Van Tassel, Yale, Layer-by-layer Assembled Polyelectrolyte Films as Porous Biomolecular Delivery Systems
  • September 22: Linda Broadbelt, Northwestern, Reaction Pathway Analysis of the (Bio)conversion of (Bio)macromolecules
  • September 29: Geoff Geise, U Virginia, Structure/property Relationships in Polymer Membranes for Water Purification and Energy Applications
  • October 6: Jessica Winter, Ohio St., Battling Cancer through Chemical Engineering: A Bench to Bedside Journey
  • October 13: Manos Mavrikakis, University of Wisconsin, Reaction Mechanisms and Structure Sensitivity for Materials Discovery from first-principles in Heterogeneous Catalysis
  • October 20: Ramon Gonzalez, Rice University
  • October 27: Jeff Reimer, Berkeley, My Response to our Changing Climate: NMR and Metal-Organic Frameworks
  • November 10: Placidus Amama, Kansas State
  • November 17: Laura Jarboe , Iowa State University, Development of Robust Microbial Cell Factories by Membrane Engineering
  • December 1: Mike Jewett, Northwestern, Repurposing the Translation Apparatus for Synthetic Biology
Spring 2017
  • January 13: Tim Barbari, Boston Univ., Affinity Membranes for Specific Protein Capture: Controlling the Orientation of Immobilized Biomolecules on a Surface
  • January 20: David Sholl, Georgia Tech., Developing New Nanoporous Materials for Practical Applications Using Computational Modeling – How Close Is the Dream to Reality
  • January 27: Mircea Dinca, MIT, Teaching Sponges New Tricks: Catalysis and Charge Transport in Microporous Metal-Organic Frameworks
  • February 3: Jinaping Yu, NREL, Ethylene Forming Enzyme and Bio-ethylene Production
  • February 10: Shelley Anna, Carnegie Mellon, Phase Change and Partitioning in Nanoliter Droplets
  • February 17: Richard Willson, Univ. of Houston, New Approaches to Lateral-flow Immunoassays: What’s Inside That Home Pregnancy/Flu/Chlamydia Test?
  • February 24: Kyongbuym Lee, Tufts, Using Metabolomics to Understand the Regulatory Roles of Metabolic Products: Applications in Improving Bioprocesses and Studying the Gut Microbiome
  • March 3: Huimin Zhao, Univ. of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Synthetic Biology: A New Engine for the Third Wave of Biotechnology
  • March 10: Bill Ristenpart, UC Davis, Colloids near Electrodes: Complex Behavior via Microscale Electrohydrodynamic Flows
  • March 17: Scott Cooper, Univ. of Wisconsin Lacrosse, From Burrow to Bedside: Blood Clotting in Hibernating Ground Squirrels
  • April 7: Mark Barteau, Univ. of Michigan, Catalysis and Communications for a Carbon-constrained World
  • April 14: Christine Schmidt, Univ. of Florida, Engineering Materials for Functional Nerve Regeneration
  • April 28: Nosang Myung, UC Riverside, Smartphone Integrable High Density Chemical Sensor Arrays
Fall 2016
  • September 2: Sibani Lisa Biswal, Rice University, TX, Nonequilibrium Dynamics with Magnetic Filaments
  • September 9: Stephanie Bryant, CU, Designing Biomimetic Hydrogels for Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering
  • September 16: Aleksander Donev, NYU, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Hydrodynamics of Suspensions of Passive and Active Rigid Particles: A Rigid Multiblob Approach
  • September 23: Christie Peebles, CSU, Developing Green Cell Factories: Progress Toward Cyanobacterial Fuels and Chemicals
  • September 30: Yadong Wang, University of Pittsburgh, Biomaterial-Enabled In Situ Tissue Regeneration
  • October 7: Andrea Armani, USC, Portable Sensors based on Integrated Photonics and Functional Materials
  • October 14: Douglas Adamson, University of Connecticut, Pristine Graphene Composites by Interfacial Trapping
  • October 21: Haluk Beyenal, Washington State Univ, Electrochemical Biofilm Control
  • October 28: Sang Eon Han, University of NM, Manipulating Photonic Nanostructures for Efficient Solar Energy Usage
  • November 4: David Lynn, University of WI-Madison, Design of Soft Material Interfaces: From ‘Conventional’ to ‘Covalent’ Assembly
  • November 11: Thomas Webster, Northeastern, Commercializing Nanomedicine: Improving Tissue Growth, Inhibiting Infection, and Limiting Inflammation
  • November 18: Mary Laura Lind, Arizona State University, Advanced Membrane Materials for Liquid and Gas Separations
  • December 2: Michael Tsapatsis, University of Minnesota, 2-dimensional Zeolites
Spring 2016
  • March 25: Ningzhong Bao, Univ of Tech Jiangsu, Nanjing CHINA, Graphene — A New Member of Carbon Family: Properties, Preparation, and Applications
  • April 8: Shaoyi Jiang, U of Wa – Seattle, Molecular Understanding, Design and Development of Ultra Low Fouling Zwitterionic-based Functional Materials
  • April 15: Matthew Walsh, Chevron, Gas Hydrates: The Flow Assurance Problem With A Thousand (Crystal) Faces
  • April 22: Jon Pharoah, Queens Univ at Kingston, Canada, Fuel Cells and the Future of the Energy System… and Multi-Scale Modelling Tools for Fuel Cell Development
  • April 29: Mark Tuckerman, NYU, Exploration and Generation of Free Energy Landscapes of Molecular Crystals and Oligopeptides
Fall 2015
  • September 4: John Ekerdt, University of Texas, Austin,Atomic Layer Deposition of Crystalline Perovskites on Ge(001) and Si(001)
  • September 11: Susanta Sarkar, Colorado School of Mines, High-Throughput Spectroscopy and Tracking of Single Particles
  • September 18: Michael Crowley, NREL, Better Biofuels Through Molecular Modeling and Theory at NREL
  • September 25: Brian Pfleger, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Sustainability via Synthetic Biology –A Growing Role for Biotechnology in the Chemical Industry
  • October 2: Karin Leiderman, UC Merced, Mathematical Modeling of Thrombus Formation Under Flow
  • October 9: Christopher Snow, CSU, Programming Nanoscale and Mesoscale Assembly of Protein Crystals
  • October 16: Shiguang Li, Gas Technology Institute (GTI), Membrane Contactors for CO2capture and Bio-Mimetic HIgh-Purity O2 Production
  • October 30: Leland Vane, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Pervaporation & Vapor Permeation: Membrane Processes for the Recovery & Drying of Solvents and Alcohol Biofuels
  • November 6: Ahmet Kusoglu, Lawrence Berkeley Natl Laboratories, Chemical-Mechanical interactions controlling Structure/Function Relationships in Ionomers
  • November 13: Tim Secomb, University of Arizona, Mechanics of blood flow in micro vessels
  • November 20: Dan Zarraga, Genentech / University of Delaware (Adjunct Faculty),Elucidation of mAb protein interactions and clustering using neutron and light scattering techniques
  • December 4: Ken Balkas, University of Texas – Dallas, Novel Polymer Blend membranes with controlled microstructure for gas separations
Spring 2015
  • January 16: Jules Magde, University of Utah, Restart of Flow in Waxy Crude Oil Pipelines Blocked With Wax Gels – Predictions Using Laboratory Tests
  • January 23: Thomas McKinnon, Agribotix, Making Drones Work for Agriculture
  • January 30: Chris Wright, Liberty Resources, American Shale Revolution: Beginnings, Today, and Thoughts on Tomorrow
  • February 13: Kurt Koppi, Dow Chemical Company, Industrial Applied Rheology: Rheological Tools For Die Design
  • February 20: Byron Pipes, Purdue University, Modelling in Composites Manufacturing: Composites Design and Manufacturing HUB (cdmHUB)
  • February 27: Tom Plant, Colorado State University, Emerging opportunities and challenges in the New Energy Economy
  • March 6: Margaret Sobkowicz-Kline, University of Massachuetts-Lowell, Aqueous Processing of Conjugated Polymers for Flexible Electronics
  • March 20: Eric Furst, University of Delaware, Directing Colloidal and Nanoparticle Self-Assembly
  • April 3: Michael Gordon, University of California, Santa Barbara, Fooling Light with Nanostructures: Controlling Reflection to Chemical Imaging
  • April 17: Adam Weber, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Understanding Transport in Polymer-Electrolyte-Fuel-Cell Ionomer
  • April 24: Joan Brennecke, University of Notre Dame, Ionic Liquids for Electrochemical Applications
Fall 2014
  • October 29: Salman R. Khetani, Colorado State University, Liver Tissue Engineering: Applications in Drug Screening and Disease Modeling
  • September 5: Jaehun Chun, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Colloidal Dispersions: Where Various Length Sales Become Correlated
    September 12: Milo Koretsky, Oregon State University, Engineering Education – What’s in Store for the Next 100 Years?
  • September 14: Shota Atsumi, University of California, Davis, Systematic Construction of Biosynthetic Pathways for Chemical Production
  • September 26: Srinivasa R. Raghavan, University of Maryland, Light-Tunable Fluids, Self-Propelling Microcapsules and Hemostatic Biomaterials: The Next Generation of Soft Matter
  • October 3: John Ekerdt, University of Texas, Austin, Atomic Layer Deposition of Crystalline Perovskites on Ge(001) and Si(001)
  • October 17: Gregg Nyberg, Amgen
  • October 24: Reginald E. Rogers, Rochester Institute of Technology, Free-standing Carbon Nanocomposites as Next Generation Adsorbent Materials
  • October 31: Anand Yethiraj, Memorial University, Field-induced Self-assembly and Collective Dynamics in Colloids and Emulsions
  • November 7: James Gilchrist, Lehigh University, Tuning 2D and 3D Suspension Microstructure
  • November 14: Jerry Rudy, University of Colorado, Boulder, Variation in the Persistence of Memories: A view from the Synapse
  • November 21: Alan Sellinger, Dept. of Chemistry and Geochemistry, Colorado School of Mines, Acid and Silane-based Ligands for Tuning Bandgaps and Work Functions of Hybrid Quantum Dots and Oxide Electrodes
Fall 2012
  • August 31: David Ku, Georgia Tech
  • September 7: Tyler W. Johannes, The University of Tulsa, Using Synthetic Biology to Engineer Microalgae
  • September 14: Abe Stroock, Cornell University, Microvascular Structure and Function in vitro
  • September 21: Xiao Cheng Zeng, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Computer-Aided Nanoscience Research: Nanoice, Nanoclusters, and Superhydrophobicity
  • October 5: Jason Baxter, Drexel University, Extremely Thin Absorber Solar Cells
  • October 12: Richard Cairncross, Drexel University, TBA
  • October 19: Tianshu Li, George Washington University, Ice Nucleation in Supercooled Water: From Bulk to Nano Water Droplets
  • October 26: Steve Granick, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, TBA
  • November 13: Michael Ramage, retired Executive VP ExxonMobil, Transitions to Alternative Transportation Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges to Reduce US Oil Use and CO2 Emissions in Light Duty Transportation
  • November 16: Katherine Ayers, Proton OnSite,, Bridging the Infrastructure Gap: Cost Effective Generation of Hydrogen from Water
  • November 30: Bill Green, MIT
  • December 7: Michael Detamore, University of Kansas, Gradient Strategies and Umbilical Cord Wharton’s Jelly Cells for Osteochondral Tissue Engineering