FALL 2016 GRADUATE SEMINAR SERIES

Seminars @ 2:45 PM --- Refreshments @ 2:30 PM All Seminars with the exception of October 10th will be held in GITC Room 3710.

October 10th  Kupfrian Hall Room 118

October 5th Seminar will be held in Campus Center Ballroom A and October 28th will be held in Eberhardt Room 112.

Seminar Coordinator: Professor Xiaoyang Xu, 973-596-5359, xiaoyang@njit.edu

 


September 26

Use of the databases for Graduate Study
Bruce Slutsky, Technical Research Librarian, NJIT

Cullimore Lect. 1

October 3  

Developing Advanced Biomaterials for Cellular Medicine 
Mingling Ma, Assistant Professor Cornell University

GITC Room 3710

October 5

Weathering the Storms in the City of Newark
Mayor Ras Baraka and Mr. Howard Neukerg ( Senior Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania) @2:30 pm NJIT’s Campus Center Ballroom A
(Co-Sponsor NJIT Technical & Society Forum)

October 10

Publishing in Material Sciences
Xin Su, Associate Editor (Advanced Materials) Wiley Publishing Group

Kupfrian Lect. Hall 118 

October 17

Research in an Industrial Catalysis World: A Personal Perspective
Stu Soled, Distinguished Research Associate (member of National Academy of Engineering). ExxonMobil

GITC Room 3710

October 24

Toward Rational Design of Heterogeneous Catalyst from First Principles
Ping Liu, Chemist Brookhaven National Laboratory

GITC Room 3710

October 28

Kappe Lecture:
Maximizing Process Intensification and Resource Recovery - from Theory to Practice
Sudhir Murthy,Ph.D.,P.E., BCEE, Innovations Chief, DC Water @2:30 pm

Eberhardt Hall Room 112


November 7

Aqueous Organic Chemistry in Atmospheric Aerosols: Impacts on Air Quality and Climate
V. Faye McNeil, Associate Professor, Columbia University

GITC Room 3710

November 28

Engineering in Topographical Structure of  Nanocarriers for Enhancing Their Blood Circulation and Tumor Penetration
Hao Cheng Ph.D, Assistant Professor
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Drexel University 

GITC Room 3710

December 5

Prosenjit Bagchi,

Direct Stimulation of blood flow in micro vascular networks and modeling pseudo pod-driven motility of amoeboid cells

Professor, Rutgers University 

GITC Room 3710