Chemistry Seminar Series, Spring 2019

All seminars will be held on THURSDAYS at 4:00 in 130 LSC on the Rutgers-Newark Campus, unless noted otherwise. A coffee social will precede each seminar at about 3:30 in the reading room on the third floor of Olson Hall (room 338).

FEB 07 ALEXEI KHALIZOV (New Jersey Institute of Technology) The Chemistry of Mercury in the Earth Atmosphere
FEB 14 Leslie Murray (University of Florida) to be announced
FEB 21 Steve Craig (Duke University) Stretching the Limits of Chemical Reactivity: from Trapped Transition States to Adaptive Materials
FEB 28 Gennady Gor (New Jersey Institute of Technology) to be announced
MAR 07 Cristiano Dias (New Jersey Institute of Technology) to be announced
MAR 14 Ming-Yu Ngai (Stony Brook University) Development of Novel Chemical Tools for Accessing Unexplored Chemical Spaces
MAR 28 Yuanyue Liu (University of Texas at Austin) Understanding the Electronic Stucture Underlying the Electochemistry of Two-Dimensional Materials
APR 04 Ching-Yao Lin (National Chi Nan University, Taiwan) Efficient Dyes with Unexpected Colors for Dye-sensitized Cells
APR 11 Enrique De La Cruz (Yale University) How Cells Use Chemistry and Physics to Break the Bones that Power their Movement
APR 18 Alex Spokoyny (University of California, Los Angeles) Boron Cluster Building Blocks and Reagents
APR 25 Ana Moore (Arizona State University) Multiple Proton Transfers Coupled to a Single Electron Transfer in Artificial Photosynthesis (FRIEDMAN LECTURE)
MAY 02 Patrick Holland (Yale Univeristy) Nitrogen Binding and Fixation Using Iron Complexes