Seminars

The Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Seminar Series and the Nanotechnology Seminar Series are open to anyone on the Stevens campus. Details about each series are below.


The Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Seminar Series

The Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science seminars will be held in person or live webcast via Zoom.

Fall 2022 Seminar Series Schedule

September 9

Hongli (Julie) Zhu, Northeastern University

Developments of Cell-Level High Energy Density All-Solid-State Batteries

Host: Jae Chul Kim

Location: Babbio 202

Time: 11 a.m. ET

September 30

Junyoung Park, University of California, Los Angeles

From Basic Design Principles to Metabolic Engineering: Rewiring Central Carbon Metabolism for CO2 Conversion

Host: Pin-Kuang Lai

Location: Burchard 104

Time: 11 a.m. ET

October 7

Carsten Sievers, Georgia Institute of Technology

Fundamentals and Applications of Mechanocatalytic Processes

Host: Alyssa Hensley

Location: Burchard 104

Time: 11 a.m. ET

December 2

Yun Liu, NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR)

Challenges in Formulating Concentrated Protein Solutions: Viscosity and Stability

Host: Pin-Kuang Lai

Location: Burchard 104

Time: 11 a.m. ET


Nanotechnology Seminar Series 

The Nanotechnology Seminar Series hosts speakers from interdisciplinary fields on topics related to energy, health and the environment. Organized by the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.

Location: Burchard 104

Time: 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

Fall 2022 Seminar Series Schedule

September 23

Chih-Hao Chang, University of Texas at Austin

Manufacturing Multifunctional Nanostructures using Colloidal Elements

Host: Pinar Akcora

October 14

Shiwang Cheng, Michigan State University

Polymer Nanocomposites at Large Deformation: New Insights from Small-Angle Scattering and Rheology

Host: Pinar Akcora

November 11

Steve G. Greenbaum, Hunter College of the City University of New York

Can We Make a Safe and Affordable Battery for Electric Cars? A Personal View Through Recent Liquid State and Solid State NMR Investigations of Novel Electrolytes

Host: Pinar Akcora