Spring 2017 seminar schedule
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are on Friday from
3:30-4:20 p.m. in CHEM 109
All seminars are free and open to the public
(Last updated January 9, 2017)
1/20 Konrad Patkowski, Auburn University
"Noncovalent interactions - towards better accuracy and more insight"
1/23 Dongho Kim, Yonsei University
"Characterization Of Exciton Dynamics In Functional π-Electronic Systems"
Special Location & Time: GAB 104 at 3pm
1/27 Caleb Martin, Baylor University
"Exploiting the Diverse Chemistry of Boroles to Access Unsaturated Boracycles"
2/3 Eugene DePrince, Florida State University
"Quantum chemistry without wave functions"
2/9 Paul Ayers, McMaster University
Special Location: CURY 104
2/10 Paul Ayers, McMaster University
Davidson Lecture: Title TBA
2/17 Michael Wasielewski, Northwestern University
2/24 Carl Ventrice, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
3/3 Michael Bartberger, Amgen
"Application of Computational Methods to Chemical Reactivity, Structural Elucidation, and Drug Design"
3/10 Greg Cuny, University of Houston
"Aporphine Alkaloids as a Privileged Pharmacological Scaffold"
3/17 Spring Break--No Seminar
3/31 Rick Page, Miami University of Ohio
4/7 Bruce Parkinson, University of Wyoming
4/14 Good Friday--No Seminar
4/21 Charles Bauschlicher, NASA Ames Research Center