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Fall 2010

PDF of the complete Fall 2010 schedule (11 x 17 format) is available here. Fall seminars are typically on Wednesdays at 10am in BABBIO 122 unless otherwise noted.

Adhesion Science: Recent Developments and Prospects (flyer)
Dr. Kash Mittal, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology
Nanotechnology Graduate Program (NGP)
Professor Chang-Hwan Choi, x5579
no seminar


CNT Nanocomposites for Thermoelectric Energy Conversion and Transparent Electrodes (flyer)
Jaime Grunlan, Texas A&M University

ME Department
Professor Frank Fisher, x8913

Stevens Graduate Student Research Conference
Bridging the gap between in vitro and in vivo evaluation of biomaterials-associated infections (flyer)
Henny C. van der Mei, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Groningen, The Netherlands

Stevens Community for Biomaterialsl Research and CCBBME Department
Professor Xiaojun Yu, x5256


Exploring nanbiointerface to understand and mitigate nanotoxicity (flyer)
P. Somasundran, Columbia University

CEOE Department
Professor Mahmoud Wazne, x8993


Multiscale Engineering of solid-liquid interfaces (flyer)
Daniel Attinger, Columbia University

ME Department
Professor Chang-Hwan Choi, x5579

The BuckyBall (25 years old!) and its younger brother, the Carbon Nanotube: How they can help the world solve its energy (and maybe other) problems! (flyer)
Wade Adams, Rice University

CEMS Department
Professor Matt Libera, x5259
Nanostructured polymer composites for electronics and sensor applications (flyer)
Valery Bliznyuk, Western Michigan University

ECE Department
Professor Yi Guo, x5658

Controlling Light in Photonic Nanostructures (flyer)
Chee Wei Wong, Columbia University
PEP Department
Professor Stefan Strauf, x5639
no seminar - Happy Thanksgiving!
Nano Scale Chemical Characterization at NIST: Imaging Mass Spectrometry, Cluster Beams, Drug Delivery and Homeland Security (flyer)
Dr. Greg Gillen, NIST
Nanotechnology Graduate Program (NGP)
Professor Woo Lee, x8307

For more information, contact Prof. Frank Fisher (Frank.Fisher@stevens.edu, 201-216-8913).