BYU Graduate Seminars - Fall 2022

Graduate Seminar Schedule

Topic Date Time Presenter
Graduate Student Speed Networking
Communication Resources
Sep 1 11 AM Graduate Students
Thriving in Graduate School Sep 8 11 AM Graduate Student Council
Graduate Student Networking with Faculty Sep 15 11 AM New Graduate Students Only
🧑‍💻 STEM Career Fair Sep 21 All Day
Challenges and Opportunities in Oil and Gas Sep 22 11 AM John Howlett, ExxonMobil
Scott Larson, ExxonMobil
Heather Child, XTO Energy
Optional: Industrial Perspectives on Data Science in Chemicals and Advanced Materials (Free Pre-registration Required) Sep 29 12 PM Leo Chiang (Dow), Michael Dolezal (3M), Bryce Meredig (Citrine Informatics), Fernando Ulloa Montoya, (Sanofi), Upendra Ummethala, (Applied Materials)
🥪🥤Graduate Student Opening Social at Kiwanis Park (1019 N 1100 E, Provo, UT) Sep 29 4 PM Faculty and Graduate Students
Stop what you're doing and become a data scientist Oct 6 11 AM Dave Hedengren, Microsoft
College Lecture
JSB Auditorium
Oct 13 11 AM Michelle Burnham, Vice President at Netherland, Sewell & Associates
Morphological Features from Plutonium Processing Oct 20 11 AM Richard Clark, PNNL
Actinide Separations Oct 27 11 AM Alistair Parkes, LLNL
Origami and Establishing Cultures of Innovative Engineering Design Nov 3 11 AM Spencer Magleby, BYU
Optimization of Integrated Energy Systems Nov 10 11 AM Daniel Garrett
Idaho National Lab (INL)
Perspectives on Modeling for Industrial Real-Time Applications Nov 17 11 AM Mark Darby
CMiD Solutions
Thanksgiving Holiday Nov 24 11 AM No Seminar
Optimization under Uncertainty for Sensor Placement Dec 1 11 AM Urmila Diwekar
Vishwamitra Research Institute

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.