This weekly seminar series provides a forum to expose faculty, staff and students to cutting-edge research in physical chemistry and related fields as performed by scientists both outside and inside the University of Washington. The talks are open and seminar speakers are strongly encouraged to consider graduate students their target audience. As a result, talks are generally accessible to graduate students with training spanning the diverse interests of the physical chemistry group. Unless otherwise noted, the Physical Chemistry seminar series is held on Wednesdays at 4pm in Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters in Bagley Hall Room 261. Refreshments and a chance for students to meet the speaker are provided in "Rab’s room" immediately prior to the seminar.
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