Spring 2017 Events


CHEE Seminars

A small reception at 3 p.m. in Harshbarger 188B precedes all seminars, which take place Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. in Harshbarger 206.

Jan. 24
"Fuel Cell Revisited: Lost in Space or Finally Down to Earth?"
Don Gervasio

Jan. 31
"Inorganic Nanoparticles for the Enhancement of the Properties of Bio-Based Composites"
Mualla ├ľner

Feb. 7
"Process Modeling and Economic Optimization of a Solar-Driven Membrane Distillation System for Desalination"
Sarah Moore

Feb. 21
"Artificially Engineered Protein Polymers for Next-Generation Functional Materials"
Minkyu Kim

Feb. 28
"Models and Modeling in New Product Design and Development"
Inho Q. Song

March 7
"Topological Acoustics"
Pierre Deymier

March 21
"Enhanced Delivery of Therapeutics to the Brain Using Focused Ultrasound and Nanoparticles"
Ted Trouard

March 28
"Development of Biomimetic and Biofunctionalized Sensor Strategies in Detection of Key Signaling Components for Drug Discovery and Clinical Diagnostics"
Craig Aspinwall

April 4
"Development of New Imaging Technologies and Their Applications in Basic and Applied Clinical Science"
Art Gmitro

April 11
"Polymer Technologies for Fluid Loss Control, Lost Circulation and Well Stabilization in Drilling Operations"
Mario Rojas

April 18
"Optimization-Based Control of Nonlinear Processes: Fundamental Advances Enabling Economically Optimal and Safe Process Operation"
Helen Durand

April 25
"Biohydrogen Production from Organic Solid Waste" (PDF)
Ivan Moreno Andrade 

May 1
"What Does a (Chemical) Engineer Do at W.L. Gore & Associates?" (PDF)
Kyle Johnston

 

Design Day

May 1
UA Engineering Design Day
11 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Student Union Memorial Center Grand Ballroom and UA Mall

 

Commencement

May 12
UA Commencement Ceremony
7:30 p.m., Arizona Stadium

May 13
CHEE Convocation
9-11 a.m., Student Union Memorial Center Grand Ballroom

 

Past Events

 

Additional Calendars

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