Samir Mitragotri, Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of California at Santa Barbara, will be presenting a seminar on September 25. His research interests are drug delivery and biomaterials.
David Gracias, Russell Croft Faculty Scholar and professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, will present “Big Ideas in a Small World” from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 15 in Mason Hall Auditorium as part of the Fall 2014 Don P. Giddens Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series.
Gracias will discuss how engineering three-dimensional devices at the nanometer length scale promises revolutionary advances in optics, electronics and medicine.
Helena Hagelin-Weaver will be presenting a seminar on September 18, 2014.Her research interests are catalysis, surface science, and oxide nanoparticles.
Guohao Dai, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will be presenting a seminar on October 2. His research interests are biomechanics, vascular tissue engineering, and stem cells.
Hopkins alumni Paul Steen, Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University, will be presenting a seminar on October 16. His research interests are fluid mechanics and capillary phenomena.
Manish Chhowalla, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Rutgers University, is presenting a seminar on October 23. His research interests are 2D nanomaterials and electronic devices.
Dr. Terry Papoutsakis of the University of Delaware will be presenting the 2014 Schwarz Lecture on 11/06/2014 at 3:30pm.
Sunitha Nagrath, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Michigan, will be presenting a seminar on November 13. Her research interests are MEMS and cell trafficking in cancer.
David S. Sholl, Professor and Chair of Chemical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, and editor for Langmuir, will be presenting a seminar on December 4. His research interests include hydrogen storage, membranes, catalysis, and chiral chemistry.