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This is a draft only, created in May 2000. Since I was away on sabbatical in 2000/2001 (mesojeda.gif (12562 bytes))  this schedule was taken over by Professor Sunderlin, who was in charge of the seminars. 

 

Monday Graduate Colloquium Schedule

Fall 2000

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars will be held at 16:00 in Faraday West 201. For more information, contact the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at (815) 753-1131.

A social gathering will usually take place in Faraday West 300, at 15:30.

To schedule your time slot with the visiting speaker enter.jpg (4264 bytes)

 

Date Speaker/(host) Topic Sponsor Note
21 August

Semester not in session yet

28 August

1st day of semester

4 Sept.

No seminar (Labor Day)

11 Sept. Kevin Eliceiri wpe3.jpg (1945 bytes)
UW-Madison, Molecular Biology
Computational
and optical tools for 4D imaging
B. Gaillard

C

18 Sept.
25 Sept.
2 Oct.

John Kao    wpe1.jpg (1414 bytes)
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Molecular mechanisms of host-biomaterial interaction: methods of tissue and cell engineering

B. Gaillard C
9 Oct. J. F. Halet N. Hosmane

G

16 Oct. wpe2.jpg (1804 bytes)Hilkka I. Kenttämaa
Purdue University
L. Sunderlin

C

23 Oct.
30 Oct. Mark Ratner   wpe2.jpg (1280 bytes)
Northwestern University
"Molecular Wires - Bridges and Busstops" B. Gaillard

C

6 Nov. David Crich     wpe3.jpg (1691 bytes)
UIC
Beta-Mannoside: Chemical Synthesis M. Rogers/Q. Yao C
13 Nov.
20 Nov.
27 Nov.
4 December
11 December Finals week

Notes:

A - Abbott Colloquium speaker, funded by Abbott Laboratories.    

B - Baxter Colloquium speaker, funded by Baxter Healthcare Corporation.

C - Funded in part by the NIU Graduate Colloquium Committee. Approved by Dr. Montgomery 25 April 2000.

D - Part of the recruitment program, expenses mostly paid by the sending institution.

E - NIU Faculty, invited by the colloquium coordinator.

F - Others, invited by the colloquium coordinator.

G - Local accommodation by the department.

ACS - Local Section of the ACS meeting.


 
 

Last revised: 28 February 2008 11:43, inception 28 May 1999
© Petr Vanęsek

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