Distinguished Lectures 2015-2016
The Distinguished Lecturer Program at the Department of Chemical Engineering of the University of Utah strives to bring the most dynamic and visionary leaders of academia and industry into our lecture halls.
These lecturers give our students the opportunity to sample the variety of what chemical engineering has to offer, and give our faculty the chance to exchange ideas, develop collaborations, and learn from the best in their respective fields.
The most recent news on our Distinguished Lecturer Program may be found here.
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Linda M. Abriola, Tufts University
“Nanoparticle Transport in Subsurface Formations: Novel Characterization Tools and
*Co-sponsored/hosted by Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
February 23, 2016
David B. Graves, UC Berkeley
“Cold Atmospheric Plasma Biomedicine”
March 29, 2016
Adel F. Sarofim Distinguished Lecture
Joseph J. Helble, Dartmouth College
April 12, 2016
Michael T. Klein
University of Delaware
“Software Tools for Molecular-Level Kinetic Modeling in Thermochemical Conversions”