BYU Graduate Seminars - Fall 2021

Graduate Seminar Schedule

Topic Date Time Presenter
Graduate Student Speed Networking Sep 2 11 AM Graduate Students
Tips and Financial Planning for Graduate Students Sep 9 11 AM Graduate Student Council
Graduate Student Networking with Faculty Sep 16 11 AM New Graduate Students Only
Data Analytics in Oil and Gas Sep 23 11 AM Aasim Waheed
Director of Automation
In-Person Engineering Career Fair Sep 29 All Day
Career Planning Sep 30 11 AM Krystian Perez
DOW Chemical
Graduate Student Opening Social Oct 7 11 AM Faculty and Graduate Students
Decarbonising New Zealand industry through digital twins, community integration and electrification Oct 14 11 AM Michael Walmsley and Tim Walmsley
University of Waikato
Can Orchestras Keep Their Doors Open During a Pandemic? A Case Study Using CFD to Model covid19 Transmission Oct 21 11 AM Tony Saad
University of Utah
Active Metal Redox Control for Corrosion Mitigation in Neutron Irradiated Molten Salts Oct 28 11 AM Michael Simpson
Materials Science and Engineering
University of Utah
The protein folding problem was solved: What are the new frontiers of AI based protein engineering? Nov 4 11 AM Dennis Della Corte
BYU Physics and Astronomy
AIChE Annual Meeting, In-Person Nov 7-11 Nov 11 11 AM No Seminar
AIChE Annual Meeting, Virtual Nov 15-19 Nov 18 11 AM No Seminar
Thanksgiving Holiday Nov 25 11 AM No Seminar
Playable Case Studies with Ethics and Cybersecurity Dec 2 11 AM Derek Hansen
BYU Cybersecurity
Extraterrestrial Drilling: How on Earth can Martian Drilling Help Us? Dec 9 11 AM Alfred William (Bill) Eustes III
Colorado School of Mines

Graduate seminars are held every week on Thursday at 11 AM Mountain Time. Seminars consist of industrial topics and academic research in chemical engineering and related disciplines. The seminar speakers include professors, graduate students, industrial collaborators, and other guests. Attendance at all seminars (except the opening social) is required. Please register your attendance on Learning Suite. Students may make up seminars by attending seminars by watching or attending other relevant seminars at BYU or online with instructor approval.

The seminar is held in 325 EB (Engineering Building). Speakers end at 11:40 AM to allow at least 10 minutes for questions and discussion.