CBE Seminars + Events

Spring 2021 Seminar Series

All CBE seminars will be held via Zoom, at 3:00 p.m, unless otherwise noted.*

Wednesday, January 27

Faculty Candidate
Stewart A. Mallory
Postdoctoral Fellow – Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
California Institute of Technology

“Phase Behavior and Self-Assembly of Active Colloids”


Wednesday, February 3

Faculty Candidate
Lu Lu
Instructor of Applied Mathematics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“Integrating Machine Learning and Multiscale Modeling in Biomedicine”


Wednesday, February 10

Faculty Candidate
Jorge A. Marchand
Postdoctoral Fellow – Department of Genetics
Harvard University Medical School

“Engineering Bacteria to Expand the Chemistry of Life”


Wednesday, February 17

Faculty Candidate
Madelyn R. Ball
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Georgia Institute of Technology

“Insights into Active Site Structures for Bimetallic Heterogeneous Catalysts”


Wednesday, February 24

Faculty Candidate
Julea Vlassakis
Postdoctoral Scholar
Department of Bioengineering
University of California – Berkeley

“Probing Protein Interactions from Molecular to Cellular Scales with Microscale Technologies”


Wednesday, March 3

Randall Q. Snurr
John G. Searle Professor and Department Chair
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Northwestern University

“Metal-Organic Frameworks as Tunable Platforms for Gas Storage, Chemical Separations, and Catalysis”


Wednesday, March 24

Sujit S. Datta
Assistant Professor
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Princeton University

“Life in a Tight Spot: How Bacteria Move in Heterogeneous Media”


Wednesday, March 31

Sriram Neelamegham
Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
State University of New York – Buffalo

“Systems Biology of Glycosylation: Examples from Cancer Biology,
Inflammatory Disease and SARS-CoV-2 Infection”


Wednesday, April 7

Hang Lu
Love Family Professor
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Georgia Tech

“Engineering Microsystems and Computational Pipelines to Understand the Brain”


Wednesday, April 14

James H. Pikul
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics
University of Pennsylvania

“Robots That Eat, Breathe and Bleed”