Colloquium Series - Spring 2017

SUNY Poly's Colloquium Series - Albany Campus

Date

Presentation

Host

Feb. 3 Stephane Pelletier
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Department of Immunology
Deciphering Disease Mechanisms: CRISPR‐Cas9 Strategies for Genome Manipulation in Mice
Ben Boivin
Feb. 10 Richard Matyi
Florida Polytechnic University
Florida Polytechnic: News from the front lines of the startup of a STEM University
Pradeep Holder
Feb. 17 Travis Anderson
Naval Research Laboratory
GaN Device Challenges – Reliability, Advanced HEMT Design, and Vertical High Power Switches
Shadi Shahedipour-Sandvik
Feb. 24 Beth Parks
Colgate University
Airborne Particulates in Uganda: Levels and Source Attribution
Susan Sharfstein
Mar. 3 UA/SUNY Poly CNSE Speakers
UA-SUNY Poly combined Symposia
Robert Brainard
Mar. 10 Lisa McElwee-White
University of Florida
Designing Materials Precursors for the Deposition Technique: CVD vs. SPMCSD vs. EBID
Robert Brainard
Mar. 24 Michael Padgen
Millennium Engineering and Integration, NASA Ames Research Center
Overview of NASA‐Ames Space Science Research, Including the EcAMSat
James Castracane
Apr. 7 Radislav Potyrailo
General Electric Global Research
High value sensors in the era of Industrial Internet: Innovations in materials, transducers, and data analytics
Michael Carpenter
Apr. 14 Douglas Buttrey
University of Delaware
Mixed Metal Oxide Catalyst Development for Selective Oxidation and Ammoxidation of Light Hydrocarbons
Alain Diebold
Apr. 21 Ramune Reliene
University at Albany
Nanoparticle surface coatings and genetic make-up of the host modulate genotoxic effects of silver nanoparticles
J.A. Melendez
May 5 Britton Plourde
Syracuse University Department of Physics
Superconducting Circuits for Quantum Information Processing
S. Papa Rao

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