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Spring 2009 Colloquium Schedule

Date Title Host Location
01.29.09
Thurs
4PM
Nanoporous Dendrimers and Nanoelectronic Materials/Nanopore-based Studies towards DNA Sequencing/X-ray Reflectivity Studies of Surface Segregation and Freezing in Liquid Metal Alloys
Venkat Balagurusamy (Brown University)
Stokes 102 HSC
02.03.09
4PM
Some Research Topics on Intensity Modulated Proton Therapy
Xiaodong Zhang (MD Anderson Cancer Center)
Su 634 S&R1
02.05.09
4PM
Thurs
Studying the Properties of Nano-Particles in Solutions By Probing Their Interactions
Yun Liu (NIST)
Cheung 634 S&R1
02.10.09
4PM
High Field Science at a Synchrotron: A Novel Methodology Using Pulsed Field Magnets
Zahir Islam (APS/ANL)
Bassler 634 S&R1
02.12.09
4PM
Thurs
Repulsion and Attraction between Like-Charged DNA Helices
Xiangyun Qiu (NIH)
Miller 634 S&R1
02.17.09
4PM
X-ray Diffraction Analysis of Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold
Rebecca Forrest (UH)
Gunaratne 634 S&R1
02.24.09
4PM
Optical Spectroscopy of Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes
Feng Wang (UC Berkeley)
Peng
02.26.09
4PM
Biological Small-Angle X-ray Scattering
Dr. Jianhua Li
100 SEC
03.03.09
4PM
A Quantum Mechanical Study of the Proton-Well in Water and Ice.  Momentum Distributions and Spectroscopy
Christian Burnham (UH/Physics)
Reiter 634 S&R1
03.10.09
4PM
Fluorescence Spectroscopy as a Tool to Probe Anisotropic Environments
Neal Waxham (UT Health Science Center)
Cheung 634 S&R1
03.17.09 No Colloquium – Spring Break/APS Meeting
03.24.09 Cosmology at the Microscopic Scale
Paul Padley (Rice)
Ordonez 634 S&R1
03.31.09
4PM
NMR Studies of Protein Translocation on DNA
Junji Iwahara (UTMB)
Cheung 634 S&R1
04.07.09
4PM
The Structure and Transport Properties of Proton Exchange Membranes: Experiment, Simulation and Theory
Stephen Paddison (Univ. of Tennessee)
Reiter 634 S&R1
04.14.09 The New View of the Earth's Plasmasphere
Jerry Goldstein (Southwest Research)
Bering 634 S&R1
04.21.09
4PM
Carbon Capture and Storage
Thomas Halsey (Exxon-Mobil)
Gunaratne 634 S&R1
04.28.09
4PM
Nanopores and Nanofluidics for Single DNA Studies
Derek Stein (Brown Univ)
Peng 634 S&R1