Innovative Nano-structuring Routes for New Energy Materials and Device

Monday 3/26/12 4:00pm - 5:00pm; LOCATION: Fung Auditorium

Sang Mock Lee, Ph.D.

Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics, Korea

Naomi Matsuura, PhD

Jr. Scientist in Imaging Research at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Lecturer in the Department of Medical Biophysics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto


The Soluble Lead Acid Flow Battery: Development From Fundamental Chemistry to Pilot Scale

Note location of seminar in 4309 Jacobs Hall 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Richard Wills, Ph.D.

University of Southampton, UK


Green Approaches to Nanoscale Engineering: Plasmonic Resonators, Chemical Sensors,

Rubber Solar Cells, and Electronic Skin

Darren J. Lipomi, Ph.D.

Nano-Engineered Biotic/Abiotic Materials and Interfaces for Understanding and Controlling Biology and Disease

C. Jeffrey Brinker, Ph.D.

Department of Materials Science & Mechanics

Duke University


Interfacial Phase Transitions: Solving Old Materials Science Problems and Tackling New Energy Challenges

Jian Luo, PhD

School of Materials Science and Engineering, Clemson University


Tetracyanoquinodimethane and Dawson-Type Polyoxometalates as

Catalysts for Water Oxidation in Ionic Liquid Media

Note location of seminar in EBU II 479, Friday 1:30 -2:30

Alan M. Bond

School of Chemistry,

Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia

Adult Stem Cells for Tissue Engineering Applications

Josephine Allen, PhD

Department of Materials Science & Engineering

University of Florida, Gainesville


Synergistic Approaches in Molecular and Nanoscale Therapeutics and Delivery Systems for Cancer Diseases

Kaushal Rege, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering

Arizona State University