Seminar Archives


  •  April 27, 2018
  • Alejandro Briseno, Professor of Chemistry, Penn State
  • Title: Crystal Chemistry, Molecular Order and Charge Transport at Organic Semiconductor Interfaces
  • Host: Matt Cerda, Seminar Chair, CMiS (Community for Minorities in STEM)
  • Link to Abstract

  •  March 16, 2018
  • Viva Horowitz, Professor of Physics, Hamilton College
  • Title: Active colloidal particles in emulsion droplets: a model system for cytoplasm
  • Host:Benjamín Alemán
  • Link to Abstract

  •  March 9, 2018
  • David G. Castner, Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute, Prof. of Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering, University of Washington
  • Title: Advances in Surface Analysis Instrumentation: From Single Crystal stores Biomaterials
  • Host: Samantha Young, (as part of UO Dixon Innovation Fellowship
  • Link to Abstract

  •  January 26, 2018
  • Jin De Yoreo, Chief Scientist, Materials Science, Pacific Northwest National Lab
  • Title: Rabbits, Planets, Volcanoes, Dust Devils:  The Surprising Physics of Granular Tribocharging
  • Host: Raghu Parthasarathy
  • Link to Abstract

  •  November 10, 2017
  • Sayantani Ghosh, Associate Professor, UC Merced
  • Title: Directed nano-assembly of adaptive functional structures
  • Host: Eric Corwin
  • Link to Abstract

  •  November 18, 2016
  • Scott Waitukaitis, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  • Title: Rabbits, Planets, Volcanoes, Dust Devils:  The Surprising Physics of Granular Tribocharging
  • Host: Eric Corwin
  • Link to Abstract

  •  May 27, 2016
  • Ethan Minot, Oregon State University
  • Title: Kirigami Graphene Transistors for Biological Sensing
  • Host: Richard Taylor
  • Link to Abstract

  •  May 6, 2016
  • Sara Mason, University of Iowa
  • Title: Fundamental Insights about Al Nanoclusters and Mineral Surfaces from Density Functional Theory
  • Host: Jeff Cina
  • Link to Abstract


  •  January 8, 2016
  • Karl Mueller, Pacific Northwest National Lab
  • Title: Approaching Complex Scientific Problems with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Computational Chemistry.
    Host: Shannon Boettcher
  • Link to Abstract

  •  October 9, 2015
  • Nigel D. Browning, Pacific Northwest National Lab
  • Title: In-Situ (S)TEM/DTEM: From High Spatial Resolution to High Temporal Resolution
    Host: Dave Johnson
  • Link to Abstract