Fall 2009 Seminar Series

September 2

Ronald G. Larson, University of Michigan

"Microfluidic Methods for Manipulating Biopolymers"

September 9 

James R. Swartz, Stanford University

"Custom-Designed Viral Mimics as Vaccines and Delivery Vehicles"

September 16 

Gintaras V. Reklaitis, Purdue University

"Process Systems Engineering Approaches to Enterprise-wide Decision Problems"

September 23

Itai Cohen, Cornell University

"Flight of the Fruit Fly"

October 7  > Van Ness Award Lecture

Rachel A. Segalman, University of California & Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories

"Self-Assembly of Semiconducting Polymers"

October 8  > Van Ness Award Lecture

Rachel A. Segalman, University of California & Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories

"Molecular Thermoelectrics: Insight to Electronic Structure and Application"

November 18

David J. Norris, University of Minnesota

"Natural Thermal Plasmonics: Controlling the Glow of a Heated Metal Film"

December 2

Patrick S. Daugherty, University of California, Santa Barbara

"Building Enzyme-Activated Protein and Peptide Therapeutics to Target Sites of Disease"