Allan P. Colburn Memorial Lectures

2019


04/17/2019
Matthew Panzer
Tufts University
Title: Design of Polymeric Scaffolds for Nonaqueous lonogel Electrolytes

04/26/2019
James Swan
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Title: Large Scale Simulation of Colloidal Hydrodynamics: Heterogenous Particles, Structures and Flow Patterns

2018


05/04/2018
Matthew Helgeson
University of California, Santa Barbra
Title: Complex Nanoemulsions for Engineering Novel Soft Nanoparticles with Applications in Nanomedicine

2016


10/07/2016
Bradley Olsen
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Title: Revisiting the Physical Chemistry of Polymer Networks

05/13/2016
Michelle O’Malley
University of California, Santa Barbra
Title: Exploiting Anaerobes for Biomass Breakdown and Sustainable Chemistry

2012


10/12/2012
Sarah Heilshorn
Stanford School of Engineering
Title: Designer Self-Assembling Materials for Cell Encapsulation and Delivery

05/04/2012
Peter Tessier
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Title: Antibodies by Design

2011


03/04/2011
John Kitchin
Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Oxygen Evolution on Multicomponent Oxide Electrocatalysts

2009


04/24/2009
Matt DeLisa
Cornell University
Title: Manipulating quality control mechanisms in bacteria for preclinical development of protein therapeutics

2008


04/11/2008
Michael Strano
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Title: The Chemistry of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: Applications to Biomolecule Detection, Nanotube Separation, and Electronic Networks

2006


05/12/2006
Patrick Doyle
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Title: Dynamics of complex fluids in microfluidic devices

2005


03/11/2005
Michael D. Graham
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title: DNA Dynamics in a Microchannel: Theoretical and Multiscale Simulation Studies of Relaxation, Diffusion and Shear-Induced Migration

2004


04/23/2004
Sharon C. Glotzer
University of Michigan
Title: Bottom-up self-assembly for nanofabrication: Bio-inspired design rules from molecular simulation

2002


11/01/2002
Jay Keasling
University of California, Berkley
Title: Remodeling microbial metabolism for synthesis of complex chemicals.

2000


10/06/2000
Linda Broadbelt
Northwestern
Title: Unraveling Complex Kinetics via Detailed Mechanistic Modeling and Computational Chemistry

1997


Wesley R. Burghardt
Northwestern
Title: Tests of Polymer Constituative Equations for Modelling Complex Viscoelastic Flows

1996


John M. Vohs
University of Pennsylvania
Title: Surface Science Studies of Model Supported Metal Catalysts

1994


Yannis Kevrekidis
Princeton University
Title: Catalysis on Microstructured Surfaces

1993


Arup Chakraborty
University of California, Berkeley
Title: Diffusion in Disordered Media: Ion Motion in Acidic Zeolites

1992


Doros Theodorou
University of California, Berkeley
Title: Molecular Modeling of Polymers: Promises and Challenges

1991


Glenn Fredrickson
University of California, Santa Barbara
Title: Thermodynamics of Heterogeneous Polymer Melts

1990


Alice Gast
Stanford
Title: Conformations of Block Copolymers at Interfaces

1989


Sangtae Kim
Wisconsin
Title: Parallel Computational Strategies for Hydrodynamic Interactions Between Complex Microstructures in Viscous Fluids

1988


H. Chia Chang
Notre Dame
Title: Bubble Transport in Capillaries

1987


Julio Ottino
University of Massachusetts

1986


Robert A. Brown
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Title: Models and Intelligent Materials Processing: Czochralski Crystal Growth and Progress in Calculation and Measurement of Complex Viscoelastic Flows

1985


Klaus Jensen
University of Minnesota
Title: Chemical Vapor Deposition of Electronic Materials

1984


Matt Tirrell
Princeton – MN

1983


Rakesh K. Jain
Carnegie-Mellon
Title: Transport Phenomena in Tumor Microcirculation

1982


Michael Shuler
Cornell
Title: Mathematical Models for Individual Bacterium Cells

1981


A. C. Payatakes

T. W. Fraser Russell
University of Delaware
Title: Photovoltaic Unit Operations

1980


James Dumesic
Wisconsin
Title: Water-Gas Shift Over Magnetite: Investigation of the Regenerative Mechanism

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