Seminar Schedule | Department of Chemistry

Seminar Schedule

Fall 2021 seminar schedule

Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held on Fridays, 3:30-4:20 p.m. in CHEM 109

8/27 LeGrande Slaughter, University of North Texas
Chair's Welcome

9/3 John Genuise, University of North Texas
General Laboratory Safety

9/10 Stephen Craig, Duke University
Covalent Mechanochemistry for New Reactions, Stronger Materials, and Soft Devices
Zoom: https://unt.zoom.us/j/89143901763

9/17 Robin Macaluso, The University of Texas at Arlington
All Good Things Come in Pairs of Anions

9/24 Jeff Kelber, University of North Texas
Interfacial Chemistry of the Electrocatalytic Reduction of Nitrogen to NH3: A New Collaboration in the UNT Chemistry Department

10/1 Vladimir Gevorgyan, The University of Texas at Dallas
Development of C-H Functionalization Methodologies

10/8 Rommie Amaro, University of California-San Diego
Computational Microscopy of SARS-CoV-2
Zoom: https://unt.zoom.us/j/82625881233

10/15 Martin Conda-Sheridan, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Synthesis, Biological Evaluation, and Structure Activity Relationships of Heterocyclic Antichlamydial Agents

10/22 Clemens Krempner, Texas Tech University
Title TBA

10/29 Kevin Rosso, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Uncovering the basis for rust mineral redox transformations using X-ray absorption and high-level first principle calculations
Zoom: https://unt.zoom.us/j/86470911310

11/5 Thomas Holme, Iowa State University
Uncovering the basis for rust mineral redox transformations using X-ray absorption and high-level first principle calculations

11/12 Tomce Runcevski, Southern Methodist University
Powder Diffraction in Materials Science, Physical Chemistry and Crystal Engineering

11/19 Praveen Thallapally, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Advanced Functional Materials for Noble Gas Adsorption and Separation

11/26 Thanksgiving Holiday -- No Seminar

12/3 Reading Day -- No Seminar

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