DyMERS Seminar

                                                             Wednesday at 3:30
                                     
1160 ISB (CDS1) - unless specificed otherwise

Date Presenter/Topic
JAN_23 Seminar starts at 3:00 P.M.
Professor Hartwin Peelaers
, Dept., of Physics & Astronomy, University of KS
"Predicting the Properties of Ga2O3 Using First-principles Calculations"
JAN_30
Sandeep Kaur, Bowman-James Research Group
"Dual Channel Response and Logic Gate Construction in Highly
Emissive Pyrazine based Organogel"


Subhamay Pramanik, Bowman-James Research Group
"Trapping Phytate, the Most Abundant of the myo-Inositol Phosphate Clan"
FEB_06
Elizabeth Grotemeyer, Jackson Research Group
"Influence of Lewis Acids on a MnIIIOH System"
FEB_13
Matthew Barclay, Caricato and Elles Research Groups
"A Combined Experimental & Theoretical Study of Triplet-State Resonance Raman
​Spectroscopy in Phenylthiophene"


Julie Hopkins, Blakemore Research Group
"Chemical & Electrochemical Properties of [Cp*Rh] Complexes Supported by
​a Hybrid Phosphine-Pyridine Ligand"
FEB_20

Tal Aharon, Caricato Research Group
"Theorectical Investigations of Optical Rotation"

Jaycee Mayfield, Jackson Research Group
"Investigation Mn(IV) Oxo Reactivity"

FEB_27
Kaihua Zhang, Caricato Research Group
TBA

Wade Henke, Blakemore Research Group
TBA
MAR_06
Zachary Wood, Barybin Research Group
TBA

Prasenjit Srivastava, Elles Research Group
TBA
MAR_13
No Seminars - spring break
MAR_20
Abraham Opalade, Jackson Research Group
TBA

Sijin Ren, Caricato Research Group
TBA
MAR_27
Chris Otolski, Elles Research Group
TBA
APR_03
No Seminar - ACS Meeting
APR_10
Amit Kumar, Blakemore Research Group
TBA

Dan Johnson, Elles Research Group
TBA
APR_17
Melissa Denler, Jackson Research Group
TBA
APR_24
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MAY_01
MAY_08
Professor David C. Lacy, Department of Chemistry, University of Buffalo, NY
TBA
 
 

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