Seminars this semester will typically be presented on Fridays at 3:15 pm in the Davis Science Building, Room 106. (Exceptions will be denoted in red below.) If you are interested in presenting, please contact Dr. Charles Chusuei by email. Come early to chat with the speaker and other attendees. Refreshments will be served.
Reminders to MS students: Turn in your abstract pages to the seminar host at the conclusion of each scheduled talk, following the Q&A session. Refer to this link for CHEM 6800 and to help navigate through your degree program.
|Jan 24, 2014|
|Feb 07, 2014||
Dr. Jing Kong (MTSU Chem Dept) "Challenges to Computation: From Breakup of a Hydrogen Molecule to Ligand-Protein Binding"
|Feb 21, 2014||
Dr. Nadja Cech (University of North Carolina - Greensboro) "Anti-Virulence Compounds from Nature: Outsmarting the Superbugs" Banquet, Davis-Science Building, Rm 106, 5:30pm Golden Goggles lecture, Wiser-Patten Science Hall, 7:00pm
|Mar 07, 2014||
Dr. Julia Brumaghim (Clemson University)
"You Are What You Eat: Fruit Polyphenols Prevent Oxidative DNA Damage Through Metal
|Mar 24, 2014||
Mr. Ben King (MS thesis defense)
|Mar 28, 2014||
Dr. Andrew Burden (MTSU Chem Dept) "FROM COTTON TO CANCER: Catalytic Inhibition of DNA Topoisomerase II by Gossypol"
|Apr 03, 2014||
Mr. Matthew Robinson (MS thesis defense) "The Effect of Pyramidalization at Nitrogen in a Series of Donor-∏-Acceptor Dyes" (meets at 4:00pm on a Thursday)
|Apr 04, 2014||
Dr. Hong Guo (Univ of Tennessee–Knoxville) (co-sponsored with COMS) "Simulations of Complex Biological Systems"
|Apr 07, 2014||
Mr. Peter Haddix (MS thesis defense) "Toward Fluorescence Enhancement of Dyes in Mesoporous SiO2 and Organic Films" (meets at 12:00pm on a Monday in Business and Aerospace Building, Rm S307)
|Apr 18, 2014||
Dr. Ruth Pachter (Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Materials & Manufacturing Directorate)
"Optical and Electronic Properties of Low-Dimensional Materials"
|Apr 25, 2014||
Dr. Martin V. Stewart (MTSU Chem Dept) (co-sponsored with the MTSU Physics Dept) "Archibald Belcher: First Chemistry/Physics Professor at MTSU" Wiser-Patten Science Hall, Rm 102, 3:15pm