Loyola University Chicago

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Chemistry Seminars Spring 2022

By Zoom - 11:30 a.m. - APRIL Seminars will be in-person Flanner Hall room 125 Join Zoom meeting for LUC Chemistry Spring 2022 https://luc.zoom.us/j/85494882544 Meeting ID: 854 9488 2544

Weekly seminars and the annual Denkewalter Lecture (which brings the winner of either the American Chemical Society's Pure Chemistry or Eli Lilly awards to campus) provide an opportunity to learn about up to date advances from respected scientists from industry and academia.

Seminars Begin at 11:30 a.m., via ZOOM

 APRIL SEMINARS WILL BE IN-PERSON - FLANNER HALL ROOM 125

January 27, 2022
Jeff Terry
Illinois Institute of Technology
Title: "Using Fundamental Surface Science Measurements on Lab Grown Thin Films to Understand The Behavior Of Barrier Layers in TRISO Nuclear Fuels"

February 24, 2022
Frederick Stull
Western Michigan University
Title: "The flavoprotein RclA is a hypothiccyanite reductase"

March 3, 2022
Timothy Hagen
Northern Illinois University
Title: "Synthesis and Characterization of Fungal Acetyl-CoA Synthetase Inhibitors:

March 24, 2022
Joshua Goings
University of Washington
Title: "Reinforcement learning the selected configuration interaction method for quantum chemistry"

March 31, 2022
Stephen Fried
John Hopkins University
Title: "How to Fold the Proteome (Some Assembly Required)"

Arpil 7, 2022 in Flanner Hall room 133
Kamil Woronowicz
West Point, NY
Title: "Lysine residues distributed mostly on the acceptor side of the Cereibacter sphaeroides reaction centers allow for selective orientation and a cathodic current when crosslinked with the carboxylic acid groups of graphene oxide electrode"

April 14, 2022 in Flanner Hall room 133
Giovanni Gadda
Georgia State University
Title: "The Importance of Being Positive: Oxygen Activation in Flavoprotein Oxidases"

April 28, 2022 in Flanner Hall room 133
Donna Chen
University of South Carolina
Title: "Designing New Heterogeneous Catalysts Through Metal-Metal Interactions: Pt-Re/TiO2 for the Water Gas Shift Reaction"

 

 

 

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