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Chemistry Seminars

The Department of Chemistry

Fall 2006: Schedule of Seminars & Events

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 AM - Angell B112

Coffee at 10:45 AM in Cook A229

SPEAKER

TITLE

HOST

DATE

Richard Kemp

University of New Mexico

Interactions of Small Molecules with Compounds Containing Main Group Metal-Nitrogen Bonds

WEG

9/14/06

Faculty meeting

 

9/19/06 & 9/21/06

Timothy Warren

Georgetown University

Later First Row Oxo, Nitrene, and Carbene Complexes: Insights into Group Transfer Catalysis

RW

9/28/06

Humphrey Symposium

 

Saturday

9/30/06

Darrin Pochan

University of Delaware

Construction of Nanostructures and Materials through Polymer of Peptide Self-Assembly

DAS

10/5/06

Faculty meeting

 

 

10/17/06

Thomas Corso

Advion Biosciences

Ithaca, NY

Microchip-based Nanoelectrospray – Conception to Commercialization

DEM

10/19/06

Graham Heath

Australian National University

Physical Investigations of Mixed Valency: the Voltammetry, Optical Spectroelectrochemistry, and Structural Analysis of Confacial Bimetallics and of Strongly Coupled Bioporphyrins

WEG

10/26/06

Alison Edwards

Bragg Institute and Australian National University

Chemical Crystallography - a la Carte

WEG

10/26/06

4PM

Jeffrey Pyun

University of Arizona

Polymer Encapsulated Magnetic Nanoparticles: Novel Building Blocks for Mesoscale Assembly

DAS

11/9/06

Faculty meeting

 

 

11/14/06

Christian R. Goldsmith

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Development of Functional Lipoxygenase Mimics and the Application of Zinc Sensors in Single Synapse Imaging

RW

11/30/06

Timothy A. Jackson

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Modeling Iron-Oxygen Intermediates Using Nonheme Iron Enzymes and Inorganic Model Complexes

RW

12/5/06

Valeriy V. Smirnov

Johns Hopkins University

Structures of Reactive Copper-Dioxygen Intermediates in Enzymes and Their Models

CCL

12/12/06

 

The Department of Chemistry

Spring 2007: Schedule of Seminars & Events

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 AM - Angell B112

Coffee at 10:45 AM in Cook A229

SPEAKER

TITLE

HOST

DATE

Stephen Waters

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NYC

Natural Products as Inspiration for Synthetic Design and Drug Development: Purpuromycin and Scabronine G

 

1/4/07

Ryan Looper

Harvard University

Zooming Out on Small Molecule Structure and Function

 

1/9/07

Brandon Ashfeld

Stanford University

Efficiency Through Transition Metal Catalysis: Application and Development of Synthetic Methods

 

1/11/07

Dionicio Siegel

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NYC

Total Synthesis of Disease-Relevant Natural Products; Tetracycline and Garsubellin A

MB

1/25/07

Faculty Meeting

 

 

1/30/07

Brent Sumerlin

Southern Methodist University

Orthogonal End Group Reactivity of Macromolecules Prepared by Controlled Radical Polymerization

DAS

Tues

2/13/07

Faculty Meeting

 

 

2/20/07

Faculty Meeting

 

 

3/20/07

John P. Wolfe

University of Michigan

New Palladium-Catalyzed Carboetherification and Carboamination Reactions for the Stereoselective Synthesis of Heterocycles

MB

3/22/07

Safety Seminar

 

ESF

3/29/07

Stuart Rowan

Case Western Reserve University

Supramolecular Polymerizations: From Dynamic Chemistry to Dynamic Materials

DAS

4/5/07

Richard Eisenberg

University of Rochester

Molecular Photochemical Devices and Making Hydrogen

RW

4/11/07

2:00 pm

Timothy Deming

UCLA

Synthesis and properties of block copolypeptides: the importance of

chain conformation

DAS

4/12/07

Faculty Meeting

 

 

4/17/07

 

Department Awards Ceremony

 

4/19/07

Jesse Edwards

Florida A&M University

Computational Studies of Several Derivatives of the X15-HIV-1 Protease Polypeptide Inhibitors

RW

4/24/07

John Protasiewicz

Case Western Reserve Univ.

New Electronically Interesting Plastics and Materials Featuring Main Group Elements

RW

5/3/07

Don Warner

Boise State University

Synthesis and DNA Binding Properties of Aziridinomitosenses

MB

5/17/07

 

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