CBE Seminars + Events

Fall 2022 Seminar Series

All CBE seminars will be held in the Wu and Chen Auditorium at 3:30 p.m, unless otherwise noted.*

Wednesday, September 7

Daniel Tartakovsky
Energy Science and Engineering
Stanford University

“Use and Abuse of Machine Learning in Scientific Discovery”


Wednesday, September 14

Marta Hatzell
Associate Professor
Mechanical and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology

“A Molecular Scale Understanding of Electrified Separations and Catalysis”


Wednesday, September 21

Micah Ziegler
Postdoctoral Associate
Institute for Data, Systems, and Society
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“Quantitative Insights for Rapid Improvement of Sustainable Energy and Chemical Technologies”


Wednesday, October 5

Charles A. Gersbach
John W. Strohbehn Distinguished Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Duke University

“Genome and Epigenome Editing for Gene Therapy and Cell Programming”


Wednesday, October 12

Scott Milner
Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
Pennsylvania State University

“Using Simulations to Predict Miscibility”


Wednesday, October 26

Distinguished Lecture
Clifford P. Brangwynne
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Princeton University

“A Fluid Paradigm for Biological Organization”


Wednesday, November 2

Susan Daniel
Fred H. Rhodes Professor
Cornell University

“It Takes Two: Conserved Bimodal Interactions between the Coronavirus Fusion Peptide and Calcium Ions Promote Host Membrane Insertion and Viral Entry”

Wednesday, November 9

Christopher A. Alabi
Associate Professor
Nancy and Peter Meinig Family Investigator in the Life Sciences
Cornell University

“Targeted Delivery of Macromolecular Therapeutics”

Wednesday, November 30

Dimitrios V. Papavassiliou
C.M. Sliepcevich Professor
The University of Oklahoma

“Interfacial Transport Processes with Computations at Different Scales”

Wednesday, December 7

Jeanne Stachowiak
Associate Professor
Banks McLaurin Faculty Fellow
Department of Biomedical Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin

“Flexible Protein Networks in Membrane Biology and Medicine”