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Some of the seminars are supported from the graduate students fees. The support is provided through the Graduate School. Read the guidelines for submitting the proposal.

Spring 2012 departmental seminars.

Fall 2011 departmental seminars.

Fall 2011 combined analytical inorganic physical and nano seminars.

Spring 2011 departmental seminars.

Spring 2011 combined analytical inorganic physical and nano seminars.

Fall 2010 departmental seminars.

Fall 2010 combined analytical inorganic physical and nano seminars.

Spring 2010 departmental seminars.

Fall 2009 departmental seminars.

Spring 2009 analytical seminars.

Spring 2009 departmental seminars.

Fall 2008 analytical seminars.

Fall 2008 departmental seminars.

Spring 2008 analytical seminars.

Spring 2008 departmental seminars.

Fall 2007 analytical seminars.

Fall 2007 departmental seminars.

Spring 2007 analytical seminars. Official update of the schedule 24 March 2007

Spring 2007 departmental seminars.
    Abstract for presentation of Jay Siegel 9 April 2007

Fall 2006 departmental seminars.

Spring 2006 departmental seminars.

Fall 2005 departmental seminars.

Spring 2005 departmental seminars.

Fall 2004 departmental seminars.

Fall 2004 analytical seminars.

Spring 2004 departmental seminars.

Spring 2004 analytical seminars.    Syllabus/policies for the analytical seminar.

Fall 2003 departmental seminars.

Fall 2003 analytical seminars.

Spring 2003 departmental seminars.

Spring 2003 analytical seminars. 

Fall 2002 departmental seminars.

Fall 2002 analytical seminars. 

Fall 2000 departmental seminars.

Spring 2000 departmental seminars.

Fall 1999 departmental seminars.

Spring 1999 departmental seminars

Fall 1999 analytical seminars

Spring 1999 analytical seminars

Fall 1998 departmental seminars

List of past speakers with major funding

Second-year graduate student seminars as they are held at Georgia Tech (for comparison)

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