BYU Graduate Seminars - Winter 2022

Graduate Seminar Schedule

Topic Date Time Presenter Host
No seminar (qualifier exam) Thu, Jan 6 11 AM
Polyelectrolytes Thu, Jan 13 11 AM Charles Sing, UIUC DRT
3 Minute Thesis Competition Thu, Jan 20 11 AM Graduate Students DRT
Safety in Industrial Chemical Engieering Thu, Jan 27 11 AM Robert Clay MDA
Semicrystalline Polymers Thu, Feb 3 11 AM Julie Albert, Tulane DRT
Computational methods for design and structural characterization of macromolecular materials Thu, Feb 10 11 AM Arthi Jayraman, Delaware TAK
Advanced Power Cycles and Energy Storage using Supercritical CO2 Thu, Feb 17 11 AM Jason Miller, EchoGen AF
No seminar Thu, Feb 24 11 AM
Complex fluids Thu, Mar 03 11 AM Lynn Walker, Carnegie Mellon DRT
Active propulsion of colloids in electric and magnetic fields Thu, Mar 10 11 AM Bhuvnesh Bharti, LSU DJS
Chemical Engineering Safety Thu, Mar 17 11 AM Andrew Fry and BYU ChemE GSC
Izatt-Christensen Lecture Wed, Mar 23
Thu, Mar 24
TBA Dick Smith, PNNL BYU Chemistry
Izatt-Christensen Faculty Excellence in Research Award Lecture Thu, Mar 31 4 pm
Prof. John Harb,
BYU Chemical Engineering
Spring Recruiting Event and Poster Session Thu, Apr 7 11 AM

Graduate seminars are held every week on Thursday at 11 AM Mountain Time in 325 EB (Engineering Building). Seminars consist of industrial and academic research in chemical engineering and related disciplines. Seminar speakers typically include professors, graduate students, industrial collaborators, and other guests.

Graduate Students: Attendance at seminars is required, but you are allowed to miss two per semester. Please register your attendance on Learning Suite.

Speakers: Please plan to end at 11:45 to allow for questions.