CBE Seminars | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Spring 2020

10:30 am-Noon on Fridays
Room: JAB 473

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
Jan. 31 Dorthe Eisele CCNY A Paradigm Shift Inspired by Nature: Robust Frenkel Excitons Despite Extreme Heat Stress
Feb. 7 Kevin M. McPeak Louisiana State University Some Like it Hot: Chemistry with Above-Equilibrium Charge Carriers
Feb. 14 Alexander
UC Berkeley Materials Design Innovations Create Opportunities Abound
Feb. 21 No seminar   Board meeting is scheduled.
Feb. 28 Alan West Columbia U Studies of Transport Processes in Li-Ion Cathodes
Mar. 6 Steven Little Pittsburgh U Controlling “Controlled Release” to Make Medicine That Imitates Life
Mar. 13 Nitash Balsara UC Berkeley CANCELED Negative Diffusion Coefficients, the Pesko Condition, and Performance of Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries 
Mar. 20 No seminar   Spring recess
Mar. 27 Peter Green NREL CANCELED The energy transition and the status of advanced energy technologies
Apr. 3 Jennifer Curtis UC Davis Flow Behavior of Cohesive and Aspherical Particles in Hoppers and Shear Cells
Apr. 10 Thomas
U Texas Inverse methods for the design of self-assembling materials
Apr.17 Randy Snurr Northwestern U Metal-Organic Frameworks as Tunable Platforms for Gas
Storage, Chemical Separations, and Catalysis
Apr. 24 Paulette
Hopkins U
How Understanding a Messy Solution Process Can Make Better Solar Cells: A Bayesian Optimization-guided Route to Metal Halide Perovskite Design
May. 1 Eric Furst U Delaware Interactions, microstructure, elasticity, and aging of colloidal gels
May. 8 Carlos Rinaldi U Florida Diffusion of Nanoparticles in Polymer Solutions and Biological Fluids

Fall 2019

10:30 am-Noon on Fridays
Room: JAB 474

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
Sep. 13 Christopher Roberts University of Delaware Physical stability of therapeutic antibodies, and predictive approaches to antibody formulation and candidate design
Sep. 20 No seminar - -
Sep. 27 Anne Skaja Robinson Carnegie Mellon Engineering Approaches to Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease
Oct. 4 Matthew Panzer Tufts University Design of Polymeric Scaffolds for Nonaqueous Ionogel Electrolytes
Oct. 11 Nathalie Pinkerton Pfizer & NYU Developing Responsive Soft Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications
Oct. 18 Samira Azarin University of Minnesota Biomaterial-based approaches to study and control ovarian cancer
Oct. 25 Abraham Strook Cornell  TBA
Nov. 1 Nitash Balsara UC Berkeley Ohm's Law, Polymer electrolytes, and Lithium Batteries
Nov. 8 Michael Wong Rice  Designing Catalytic Converters for Clean Water
Nov. 15 Charles Musgrave UC Boulder Accelerating the Discovery of New Materials for Energy Applications Using Ab Initio and Machine Learned Modeling
Nov. 22 Fotis Sotiropoulos SUNY SB Dean’s Lecture. 1MTC 1930/1931
Dec. 6 Francesco Stellacci EPFL Hydrophobic Forces in Soft Materials
Dec. 13 Michael Harold University of  Houston Multi-functional Structured Catalysts for Emission Control