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MAR 14
5th Annual Chemistry Research Symposium

5th Annual Chemistry Research Symposium

Following a tradition started in 2016, The Department of Chemistry is organizing the 5th Annual Chemistry Department Research Symposium, to be held on Saturday March 14 2020, from 9:00 AM to noon on the Clemson University campus. The purpose of this event is to share the research and accomplishments of the last year with each other and the larger Clemson community that we are a part of. Perspective graduate students are also invited to the event as a means for them to learn about the research in the department and to interact with our graduate students. Alumni, representatives from local industry and students from local public schools are also encouraged to come. Coffee and refreshments will also be served at the event.

 

This year we have the honor to host Dr. Charles Lieber, who is the Joshua and Beth Friedman University Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and the Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and is currently Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Dr Lieber is world-class scientists with unquestionable leadership in the field of nanoscale science and technology.

9:00 am Watt Family Innovation Center


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Student Seminar Schedules For Fall 2019

Physical and Analytical Chemistry Student Seminar Program
CH851 (section 2) Analytical/Physical Student Seminar:

Fall 2019 Physical & Analytical Student Seminars
Date Speaker Title
September 10 Paige Reed Pyrolyzed Cotton Balls for Protein Removal: Analysis of Pharmaceuticals in Serum by Capillary Electrophoresis
September 17  Meenakshi Ranasinghe TBA
September 24  TBA TBA
October 1 Tatiana Estrada-Mendoza TBA
October 8 Hui Xu TBA
October 15 Fall Break TBA
October 22  Sisi Huang TBA
October 29 Special Seminar - Jeff Anker Seeing the Light with X-rays: local chemical and biomechanical analysis through tissue
November 5 Gretchen Schober TBA
November  12 Muskendol Novoa Delgado TBA
November 19 Tyler Williams TBA
November 26 TBA TBA
December 3 TBA TBA

Organic/Inorganic Chemistry Student Seminar Program
CH 851 Organic-Inorganic Seminar:

Fall 2019 Organic/Inorganic Student Seminars
Date Speaker Title
September 4  TBA TBA
September 11 Nicole Hostetter TBA
September 18 TBA TBA
September 25 Special Seminar - Rhett Smith TBA
October 2 Geoff Chesser TBA
October 9 TBA TBA
October 16 Mahsa Foroughian TBA
October 23 Paul Priego TBA
October 30 Ashley Dickey TBA
November 6 Monica Gordillo TBA
November 13 Weixiong Liang TBA
November 20 Amina Khatun TBA
December  4 Timmy Thiounn TBA

Student Seminar Schedule For Spring 2020

Physical and Analytical Chemistry Student Seminar Program
CH851 (section 2) Analytical/Physical Student Seminar:

Spring 2020 Physical & Analytical Student Seminars
Date Speaker Title
Jan 7 TBA TBA
Jan 14 TBA TBA
Jan 21 TBA TBA
Jan 28   TBA TBA
Feb 4 TBA TBA
Feb 11 TBA TBA
Feb 18 TBA TBA
Feb 25 TBA TBA
March 3 TBA TBA
March 10 TBA TBA
March 17 TBA TBA
March 24 TBA TBA
March 31 TBA TBA
April 7 TBA TBA
April 14 TBA TBA
April 21 TBA TBA
April 28 TBA TBA

Organic/Inorganic Chemistry Student Seminar Program
CH 851 Organic-Inorganic Seminar:

Spring 2020 Organic/Inorganic Student Seminars
Date Speaker Title
January 22 Cassandra Hager TBA
January 29 Austin Seilkop TBA
February 5 Rhianna Wolsleger TBA
February 12 Brandon Wackerle TBA
February 19 Muditha Kolambage TBA
February 26 Andrea Conner TBA
March 4 Kerrick Rees TBA
March 11 Beau Brummel TBA
March 25 Chandima Narangoda TBA
April 1 Anthony Santilli TBA
April 8 Khadijatul Kobra TBA
April 15 Paola Benavides TBA
April 22 Brock Miller TBA
April 29 Bhakti Patel TBA

Proposal Seminars
Date, Seminar Speaker:

Dates reserved for candidate final seminar
Date, Seminar Speaker:

The Physical/Analytical seminars are held on Tuesdays from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM in Hunter100.

The Inorganic/Organic seminars are held on Wednesdays from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM in
Hunter 100.

Attendance of all graduate students is required.

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