Seminars – Fall 2018 Semester

Levich Institute Fall, 2018 Semester Seminar Schedule

All Levich Institute Seminars Scheduled on Tuesdays at 2:00 PM in Steinman Hall, #312

[Unless Otherwise Noted]

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Date SpeakerAffiliationSeminar Title/Notes
09/04/2018Professor Jeffrey MorrisLevich Institute, City College of New York"Shear Thickening in Suspensions: The Lubricated-to-Frictional Scenario"
09/11/2018                            NO SEMINARNO CLASSES SCHEDULED
09/18/2018NO SEMINARNO CLASSES SCHEDULED
09/25/2018
Professor Narayanan Menon
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Physics Department
"Flexibility and Form: Emergence of Shape in Thin Sheets "
10/02/2018Professor Samiul AminManhattan College
Chemical Engineering Department
"Mechanistic Insights Into Self-Assembly and Gelation in Proteins and Complex Fluids through Optical Microrheology & Raman Spectroscopy"
10/09/2018
Professor Emanuela Del Gado
Georgetown University
Department of Physics
"Sustainable Concrete and Cement: A Soft Matter in Construction"
10/16/2018NO SEMINARSociety of Rheology Meeting
10/23/2018Professor Jeff HarwellUniversity of Oklahoma
Chemical, Biological & Materials Engineering Department
"Microemulsions: Definition, Properties, Modeling, and Design"
10/30/2018NO SEMINARAIChE Annual Meeting
11/06/2018Professor Martin BazantMassachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering"Electrokinetic Control of Interfacial Instabilities"
11/13/2018NO SEMINARSPEAKER CANCELLED
11/20/2018NO SEMINARAPS/DFD Meeting
11/27/2018Professor John McDevittNYU College of Dentistry"Platform to Digitize Biological Signatures Using Sensors That Learn Translational Biomaterials and Biosensors Session"

SEMINAR CANCELLED - TO BE RESCHEDULED IN SPRING, 2019
12/04/2018Professor Nicolas AlvarezDrexel University
Chemical and Biological Engineering Department
"The Physics of Supramolecular Networks: A Time Scale Analysis" 
12/11/2018Professor Laura KaufmanColumbia University
Department of Chemistry
"Multi-modal Approaches to Accessing and Evaluating Collagen Gel Structure and Mechanics"
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