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Chemistry Seminars

Welcome to the Chemistry Seminar page at SUNY College at Brockport. The seminar program at Brockport is hosted within the context of Seminar I and II (CHM 400 and 401), two formal courses that are required of all chemistry and physics majors. Our scheduling aims to include speakers from a wide variety of areas and disciplines from academia, industry, and career services. Visitors are welcome to attend!

Unless otherwise specified, seminars are held on Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. in Smith 114. Join us at 10:45 a.m. for food and pre-seminar discussion.

Please send any correspondance regarding programming to the seminar coordinator.

January 29, 2015

Prof. Markus Hoffmann

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Introduction to the Spring Semester, Presentations

February 5, 2015

Prof. Markus Hoffmann

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Research Ethics and Professional Conduct

February 12, 2015

Prof. Markus Hoffmann

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Research Ethics and Professional Conduct

February 19, 2015

Mr. Michael Rogerson

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Chloroquine

Mr. Shane Colvin

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

The Chemistry of Unhopped Wort

February 26, 2015

Mr. Steven Lauffer

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Steric and Electronic Effects and Role of Water as a Base

Miss Marcy Merritt

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Discovering Complexes Containing a Metal-Metal Quintuple Bond: From Theory to Practice

March 5, 2015

Miss Elise Cade

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Possible Biodegradable Polymer Nerve Conduits

Mr. Colby Raymond

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Novel Targeted System to Deliver Chemotherapeutic Drugs to EphA2-expressing cells

March 12, 2015

Mr. Tanner Davis

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Green Photochemistry: The Use of Microemulsions as Green Media in Photooxygenation Reactions

Mr. Callen Feeney

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Multifunctional Magnetic Nanoparticles for Targeted Drug Delivery

March 19, 2015

Spring Break

March 26, 2015

Mr. Anthony Zidell

Mr. Michael Molnar

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Green Photochemistry: The Use of Microemulsions as Green Media in Photooxygenation Reactions

April 2, 2015

Departmental Awards Ceremony

April 9, 2015

Miss Phromsiri Supatra

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Photo-responsive Crystalline Sponges: Recent Progress in Synthesis and Characterization of Diarylethene-based Metal Organic Frameworks

Miss Kaitlin Ordiway

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Comparison of Different Protein Concentration Techniques for Antibodies

April 16, 2015

Mr. Joseph Hennig

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Conformational Features of Tau Fibrils from Alzheimer’s Disease Brain Are Faithfully Propagated by Unmodified Recombinant Protein

Mr. Jacob MacWilliams

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Photoinduced Electron and Energy Transfer in Ruthenium (II) and Rhodium (III) Complexes

April 23, 2015

Miss Kaleigh Jodlowski

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

X-ray Absorption Spectroscopic, Crystallographic, Theoretical (DFT) and Chemical Evidence for a Chalcogen–Chalcogen Two-Center/Three-Electron Half Bondinan Unprecedented “Subselenide” Se23- Ligand

Mr. Peter McGarvey

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Unique Physical Properties and Interactions of the Domains of Methylated DNA Binding Protein 2

April 30, 2015

Mr. Ayman Huzair

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

TBA

Mr. Syed Samad

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

tRNA Binding to Antitumor Drug Doxorubicin and Its Analogue

May 7, 2015

Mr. Jeffrey Ellison

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Miss Anna Steban

Chemistry Department, The College at Brockport

Multifunctional Magnetic Nanoparticles for Targeted Drug Delivery