ACES: Association of Chemical Engineering Graduate Students

2015 Distinguished Young Scholars Seminar

Dr. Adrianne Rosales
Dr. Jongwook Kim

The 2015 co-winners for best DYSS seminar (as selected by our students) are Dr. Adrianne Rosales from Kristi Anseth’s group at the University of Colorado, Boulder and Dr. Jongwook Kim from Delia Milliron’s group at the University of Texas, Austin.


Congratulations Dr. Rosales and Dr. Kim!


2015 Schedule of Speakers:

Date Speaker and Lecture Title
June 29 Nicholas Burtch
Georgia Institute of Technology

Developing chemically stable metal-organic frameworks for environmental applications via modeling and experiment

July 6 Jacqueline Harding, Ph.D.
Colorado School of Mines

Crystal Therapy: Composite Materials as Next Generation Biomedical Devices

July 13 Jongwook Kim, Ph.D.
University of Texas, Austin

Nanocomposite Architecture for Energy-Saving Electrochromic Smart Windows

July 20 Adrianne Rosales, Ph.D.
University of Colorado, Boulder

Dynamic Self-Assembled Materials to Control Cellular Microenvironments and Mimic Biological Phenomena

July 27 Ayaskanta Sahu, Ph.D.
University of California, Santa Barbara

Hybrid Omni-Thermoelectrics: Atomically Re-Engineered P/N Nanowire Inks for Flexible Generators

August 3 Anum Azam
University of California, Berkeley

Immune Modulatory Biomaterials for Cell-Based Therapies

August 10 Omid Veiseh
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Composite Nanoparticles for Electronic Applications

August 17 Jeff Richards, Ph.D.
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Directing Electrical Energy Across the Cell Membrane for Precise Bioelectronics