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Seminars

The Seminars page lists upcoming seminars given by invited faculty from other institutions. These seminars are open to all members of the Tulane community and will be held each Monday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. in 102 Jones Hall.  For further details about the seminar schedule, contact: Professor Janan Jayawickramarajah.


Spring 2016 Chemistry Seminars

Monday, January 11

Vassiliy Lubchenko, Department of Chemistry, University of Houston,"Quantum Anomalies in Amorphous Chalcogenides: What's inside your rewritable DVD?

 

Monday, January 25

Binghe Wang, Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University, "Therapeutic Carbon Monoxide"

 

Monday, February 1

Karen L. Wooley, Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M, "Translation of Fundamental Chemistry to Materials Designed for Advanced Applications"

 

Monday, February 15

Jonassen Lecture

Daniel Nocera, Department of Chemistry, Harvard University, "The Artificial Leaf: Authentic Artificial Photosynthesis"

 

Monday, February 22


Milan Balaz, Department of Chemistry, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, "Mirror-image nanostructures induced by a single chirality biomolecular template"


Monday, February 29

Bill Tolman, Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota, "Controlling the Burn: Understanding C-H Bond Activation by Copper-Oxygen Species"

 

Monday, March 7

Jens Brendenbeck, Department of Chemistry, University of Frankfurt.

 

Monday, April 4

Tomislav Friscic, Department of Chemistry, McGill University, "Rehabilitating the Solid State as a Reaction Medium - Towards a New Green System of Chemical Synthesi " 

  

Monday, April 18

Kyle Lancaster, Department of Chemistry, Cornell University.


Monday, April 25


Craig Grapperhaus, Department of Chemistry, University of Louisville.


 

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