Seminar Schedule

This semester seminar will be held on Thursday's in John A. White, Jr. Engineering Hall 209 from 3:30 - 4:45 pm.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Dr. David Ford





January 17, 2019

ACHEGS Welcome

University of Arkansas

Snack provided

January 24

Dr. Tammy Lutz-Rechtin

University of Arkansas

Safety – Updates and special topics

January 31

Dr. Christopher G. Arges

Louisiana State University

“Counterion condensation and new porous ionic materials for electrochemical separations" View abstract & bio.

February 7

Dr. Mark Healy

National University of Ireland

"Quantifying the reuse potential of "waste" media in a circular economy" View abstract & bio

February 14

Dr. Mattheos Koffas

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

“A sense of balance: Development of metabolic pathway balancing approaches for the production of high value chemicals in recombinant E.coli” View abstract and bio.

February 21

Dr. Tulin Kaman

 University of Arkansas

 "Simulation and Modeling of Turbulent Mixing" View abstract and bio.

February 28

Dr. Carmen Gomes

Iowa State University

“Nanobiosensing - A Biomimetic Approach for Pathogen Sensing Applications” View abstract and bio.

March 7

Mr. David Cetlin

 CEO of MockV Solutions, Inc

 "Viral Clearance Validation: What is it and how and Innovative Approach can Change Biopharmaceutical Process Development" View abstract & bio
**Note: This seminar will take place at Cato Springs Research Center (CSRC), room 122

March 14



March 21

                                                                           NO SEMINAR – SPRING BREAK

March 28



April 4




April 11



April 18

Dr. Jaime Grunlan

Texas A&M University

“Polymer-Based Nanocoatings for Flame Retardancy, Gas Barrier and Thermoelectric Energy Generation” View abstract & bio. (Note: Dr. Melissa Grunlan will speak at BMEG seminar 4/19)

April 25

Dr. David Sholl

Georgia Institute of Technology

"Expanding the chemical palette for reliable adsorption-based separations" View abstract & bio

May 2

Dr. Soumya Srivastava

University of Idaho

“Designing microfluidic platforms via electrokinetics for medical diagnostics and environmental biotechnology applications” View abstract and bio