Category Archives: Graduate Seminar
Join us on Wednesday, February 13, 2013, from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. in WEB 2250 as Ian Walton presents “Shaped Charge Perforating: from Bazookas to Oil Production.” All Graduate Students and Faculty are welcome!
Please see the following document for information on the Spring semester Graduate Seminar schedule. ** Revised 2/11 Downlaod .pdf
The schedule for the Graduate Seminar has been updated. Please review the following flyer for more information:
The following is the schedule for the Fall 2012 Graduate Seminar. To encourage faculty-student interaction and expose graduate students to diverse aspects of Chemical Engineering, all second year and beyond graduate students must enroll in Graduate Seminars (CH EN 7857 … Continue reading
November 1, 2011, Room WEB L105 Making “Clean Coal” a Reality, Reginald E. Mitchell, Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, Stanford University, Stanford, CA January 31*, 2012, Room WEB L104 Can Basic Research Really Stimulate Innovation, Thomas W. Peterson, Assistant Director – … Continue reading
Undergraduate Seminar – Chemical Engineering 4753 August 23 – Introduction to seminar, AIChE Officers August 30 – No Seminar September 6 – Anna Scott, Technical Manager, Big West Oil, NSL Refinery Why Oil in 2011 September 13 – Aaron Deskins, … Continue reading