BYU Graduate Seminars - Winter 2020

Graduate Seminar Schedule

Topic Date Time Presenter Host
Utilizing Solvent- and Polymerization-Induced Morphology Transitions to Create Nanostructured Materials Jan 9 11 AM Robert Hickey, Penn State University DRT
Networking and Job Finding Jan 16 11 AM Brad Bundy
Why CFD needs a facelift Jan 23 11 AM Tony Saad, University of Utah DOL
3 Minute Thesis Competition Jan 30 11 AM Graduate Students JNH
Batteries Feb 6 11 AM Dean Wheeler, Brigham Young University
Internet of Things Feb 13 11 AM Michael Painter, Intel JNH
Izatt-Christensen Award Public Lecture Feb 20
11 AM
JSB Auditorium
Thomas F. Edgar
University of Texas, Austin
Izatt-Christensen Award Technical Lecture Feb 21
11 AM
Varsity Theatre
Wilkinson Cntr
Thomas F. Edgar
University of Texas, Austin
Process intensification applied to gas separations Feb 27 11 AM Paul Humble, Pacific Northwest Laboratories JNH
Cell-free Synthetic Biology and Protein Engineering Mar 5 11 AM Brad Bundy, Brigham Young University
Understanding and engineering nature’s biosynthetic machinery for bioactive molecules Mar 12 11 AM Jixun Zhan, Utah State University WGP
Canceled: Bryant E. Rossiter Memorial Lecture (Chemistry) Mar 16-17 4 pm
Jillian Dempsey
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Canceled: Nuclear Engineering Mar 26 11 AM
Canceled: Control of nonlinear and hybrid process networks Apr 2 11 AM Panagoitis Christofides
Canceled: Metabolic engineering of microbes for production of high-value biochemicals Apr 9 11 AM Ryan Summers, University of Alabama BCB

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 is required. Please register your attendance on register attendance. Students may make up seminars by attending or watching other relevant seminars. Please get instructor approval before using any online seminars for makeup purposes. Exceptions can be made, depending on circumstances. Enter makeup seminars at makeup seminars

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