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Seminar Schedule

Seminars are Friday at 2:30 p.m.
Locations are: Fall - Rich Lab Spring - Campus

Past seminars that have a recording for viewing are linked in the title.

January

Day Topic Speaker
12        Tapping into the Potential for Biochemical Production in Non-Conventional Yeast                         Mark Blenner (Clemson University)
19 “Years Of Living Dangerously”  A Dangerous Future - Documentary
26 Climate Change and Coastal Urbanization: A Recipe for Disaster for Coastal Ecosystem and Human Health Geoff Scott (University of South Carolina)

February

Day Topic Speaker
02 Multiscale Spatiotemporal Data Integration for Environmental Monitoring Haruko Wainwright (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)
09 Video showing of documentary “What Comes Out” made by Grace Beeler, North Carolina State University
16 GENERALIZED ELLIPSOMETRY BASED METHODS TO MEASURE AND VISUALIZE THE DEPOSITION OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE NANOPARTICLES ONTO MODEL ROUGH SURFACES Negin Kananizadeh (Clemson University)
23 CLEAN WATER:  THE POWER OF THE LAW Frank Holleman (Southern Environmental Law Center)

March

Day   Topic                                                           Speaker
02  Unraveling Organochlorine-respirers and Organochlorinel Paige Novak (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
09 New Technologies for Acid Rock Drainage Treatment Katherine Zodrow (Montana Tech of the University of Montana)
16 A New Look at the Rare Earth Elements in the Georgia Kolins Crawford Elliott (Georgia State University)
30 Resource Recovery form Wastewater Using Bioelectrochemical Systems:  Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Zhen He (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)

April

Day  Topic                                                           Speaker
06 The Wavelength Dependence of UV Water Treatment:…….are UV LEDs the Future? Karl Linden (University of Colorado Boulder)
13 Development of LaGrangian Microsensors for Evaluating Light in Microalgal Photobioreactors Joel Ducoste (North Carolina State University)
20 TBA Frank Dunnivant (Whitman College)