Dr. Josh Adkins from Pacific Northwest National Lab will present a research seminar titled "MS-Based omics insights into bacterial pathogenic processes." Byker Auditorium at 3:10 pm. Dr. Adkins is the guest of Assistant Professor Jen Dubois.
Fourth year graduate Jacob Artz will present his research in a seminar (title to follow) at 3:10 pm in the Byker. Jacob works in the lab of Professor John Peters.
The Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the Materials Science Program welcomes Dr. Chris Mundy (BS-MSU) from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Dr. Mundy will give a seminar (title to follow) in the EPS 103 building at 4:10 pm
A challenge in materials science is how to utilize information from a molecular simulation to build a quantitative model of solution phase nucleation and assembly. I will make the case that an accurate description of local aqueous structure, as verified by experiment, is imperative in order to describe long-range collective response. We use the tools of statistical mechanics and molecular simulation (classical and quantum) to construct reduced models of interaction based on the principle of solvent response to interfaces. This provides a link from molecular scale descriptors to macroscopic outcomes.
Roger Gobrogge, US Patent Attorney will present "An introduction to intellectual property in the scientific community." Thursday October 29th at 1:10 pm in the Byker Auditorium. Dr. Gobrogge is the guest of the graduate student association.
An interactive introduction will be given to the major forms of intellectual property – patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets – to help scientists consider if and how their work should be protected. The discussion will include what each form of intellectual property is, the legal rights associated with each form, and how one may obtain these rights. The overarching goal of this talk is to convey the key role intellectual property plays in the careers of scientists in academic, industrial, and business environments.
Dr. Dan Killelea from Loyola University, Chicago will present a research seminar today at 3:10 pm. He is the guest of Professor Tim Minton.
Dr. Avraham Raz from Wayne State will give a seminar (title to follow). 3:10 pm in the Byker Auditorium. Dr. Raz is a guest of Professor Mary Cloninger.
Fourth year graduate student Stephen Keable will present his research in a seminar (title to follow) at 3:10 pm in the Byker. Stephen works in the lab of Professor John Peters.
Mr. Daniel Neuburger will defend his MS in Chemistry beginning with a seminar (title to follow.) 1 pm in the Byker Auditorium. Daniel works in the lab of Professor Rob Walker.
Mr. Paul Jordan will defend his Ph.D in biochemistry beginning with a seminar (TBA) in the Byker at 3:10 pm. Mr. Jordan works in the lab of Professor Trevor Douglas.
Ms. Christine Gobrogge will present her research in a 4th year graduate student seminar today in the Byker Auditorium at 1:00 pm. Christine works in the lab of Professor Rob Walker.
Dr. Gordana Dukovic from CU Boulder will present her research in a seminar (title to follow). Byker Auditorium 3:10 pm.
Dr. Nancy Levinger from Colorado State
Aleks Rebane MSU-Physics
Professor Brian Bothner will deliver his research about his sabbatical year in a seminar titled "Bicycles, Baguettes and Billabongs." Byker Auditorium at 3:10.
Professor Recep Avci (MSU-ICAL) will give a research talk in the Byker Auditorium at 3:10 pm.
Professor Jim Skinner from UW Madison will give a seminar (title TBD) at 4:10 pm in the EPS building 103. Dr. Skinner is the guest of Professor Rob Walker from the Department of Chemistry and Professor Rufus Cone from the the Department of Physics.
Professor of Bioinformatics
Department of Crop Sciences
University of Illinois
Professor Stephanie McCalla (MSU-CBE) will give a research talk in the Byker Auditorium at 3:10 pm.
Chemistry & Biochemistry
103 Chemistry and Biochemistry Building
PO Box 173400
Bozeman, MT 59717