Colloquium and Seminar Schedule

Monday Graduate Colloquium Schedule

Fall 2004

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) 753-1133.

Tentative Schedule

Date Speaker Topic
August 23 Distinguished Professor Edward Yeung
Department of Chemistry
Iowa State University
Single Molecule Studies of Chromatographic Events1
August 30 Assistant Professor Peter Belshaw
Department of Chemistry
and Department of Biochemistry University of Wisconsin-Madison
TBA
September 8
Wednesday
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kaim
Institut für Anorganische Chemie
Universität Stuttgart
From Electron Transfer to Chemistry: Analysis of Organometallic Reaction Centers and their Interaction across Molecular Bridges2
September 13 Peter Strasser
Symyx Technologies, Inc.
Combinatorial Materials Discovery: Research Between Science and Serendipity1
September 20 Associate Professor Andrew Howard
Biology Division
Illinois Institute of Technology
Structural Genomics and Synchrotron Radiation1
September 27 Dra. Lena Ruíz Azuara
Facultad de Química
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
A Knight's Move on the Periodic Table: From Pt to Cu
October 4 Distinguished Professor Martin Newcomb
Department of Chemistry
University of Illinois at Chicago
TBA
October 5
Tuesday
Professor Vladimir I. Bregadze
INEOS
Russian Academy of Sciences
New Results on Synthesis of Substituted Carboranes and Metallocarboranes2
October 11 Assistant Professor David L. Huffman
Department of Chemistry
Western Michigan University
TBA
October 18 Assistant Professor Alex V. Benderskii
Department of Chemistry
Wayne State University
Laser Spectroscopy of Surfaces and Interfaces: Biological, Biomimetic, and Material Applications
November 1 Professor Andrew Gewirth
School of Chemical Sciences
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
TBA1
November 8 University Professor Douglas Stephan
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Windsor
TBA

1Funded in part by the NIU Graduate Colloquium Committee.

2Seminar will be held in Faraday West 300.