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Spring 2019 Colloquium Program

Location/Time:  SN - Fountain Room, 4 p.m. (unless otherwise noted)
Refreshments:  15 minutes before start time


Title of Talk
January 25 Dr. Andy McNally
Dept of Chemistry
Colorado State University
Selective Functionalization of Pyridines, Diazine and Pharmaceuticals via Heterocyclic Phosphonium Salts

Dr. McNally's website
Mathew Vetticatt
February 1 Dr. Artem Melman
Dept of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science
Clarkson University
Templated Synthesis of Protein Conjugates and Responsive Biomaterials

Dr. Melman's website
Eriks Rozners
February 8 Dr. David Crich
Dept of Chemistry
Wayne State University
Shaping next Generation Aminoglycoside Antibiotics for Treatment of Multidrug Resistant Diseases

Dr. Crich's website
Eriks Rozners
February 15 Dr. Alexey Akimov
Dept of Chemistry
SUNY Buffalo
Charge Transfer at Interfaces and in 2D Materials: Insights from Nonadiabatic Molecular Dynamics.

Dr. Akimov's website
Puja Goyal
February 22 Dr. Michael Nippe
Dept of Chemistry
Texas A & M University
Taking Inspiration from Bulk: Molecular Electrocatalysis and Magnetization Dynamics of Heterometallic Lanthanide – Transition Metal Complexes

Dr. Nippe's website
Julien Panetier
March 1 Dr. Luis Velarde
Dept of Chemistry
University at Buffalo
Nonlinear Optics and the Interplay between Electronic Structure and Vibrations at Interfaces

Dr. Velarde's website
John Swierk
March 8 Dr. Jonah Jurss
Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Mississippi
Catalytic CO2 Reduction to CO and CH4 with Earth-Abundant Complexes Supported by Bipyridyl-NHC Macrocycles

Dr. Jurss's website
Julien Panetier
March 15 Dr. Joong Ho Moon
Dept of Chemistry and
Florida International University
π-Electron Conjugated Materials for Better Therapeutic Delivery

Dr. Moon's website
 Ming An
March 22   Spring Break  
March 29 Dr. Tianning Diao
Dept of Chemistry
New York University
Stereoselective Alkene Carbofunctionalization via Radical Pathways

Dr. Diao's website
Julien Panetier
April 5 Dr. Jennifer Hirschi
Dept of Chemistry
Binghamton University
Exploration of Selectivity and Novel Modes of Catalysis in Bifunctional Thioureas

Dr. Hirschi's website
 Eriks Rozners
April 12 Dr. Edward Hohenstein
Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry
City College of New York
Nonadiabatic Dynamics of Excited-State Proton Transfer

Dr. Hohenstein's website
 Puja Goyal
April 19   Easter Break  
April 26   Passover Break  
May 3 Dr. Hailiang Wang
Dept of Chemistry
Yale University
Materials Design for Cooperative Catalysis in Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Conversion

Dr. Wang's webiste
John Swierk
May 10 Dr. John Hartwig
College of Chemistry
UC Berkeley
Selective, Catalytic Functionalization of C-H Bonds with Small and Large Catalysts

Dr. Hartwig's website

Eisch Lectureship

Last Updated: 7/14/19