Virtual Graduate Seminar Series - Hosted by Georgia Tech

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AIChE and Georgia Tech have collaborated to bring you a series of webinars to help graduate students, undergrads, and others. Georgia Tech's School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering has engaged its professors and those from other universities on this content. The series runs from late March through July, 2020. 

Human Transport of Third hand Tobacco Smoke

Archived Webinar
Mar 25, 2020
This webinar's topic is human transport of third hand tobacco smoke - a prominent source of hazardous air pollutants into indoor non-smoking environments. During the academic year, Georgia Technical...

Rheology to the Rescue: Problems in Bio-adhesion and ...

Archived Webinar
Apr 15, 2020
Certain problems in human health involve the adherence and friction of cells to surfaces. In this lecture, two such problems are considered: the strength of attachment of E coli bacteria onto bladder...

Chemomechanics of Soft Hydrated Materials

Archived Webinar
May 6, 2020
Soft and hydrated materials that consist of polymeric network and solvent are ubiquitous in nature from cells, tissues to organs. They are also important engineering materials. For instance, various...

Learning about Lewis Acid Catalysts using Epoxides

Archived Webinar
Jul 8, 2020
Over nearly 20 years, my research group and I have frequently returned to epoxides as a touchstone, especially for work on supported and homogeneous Lewis acid catalysts. This work has been enabled...

Panel Discussion on Teaching ChemE Labs Online

Archived Webinar
Jul 1, 2020
Many chemical engineering departments are contemplating the need to teach laboratory classes fully or partially online in the fall. This panel discussion will share insights from first hand...

Electrospinning: Theory and Applications

Archived Webinar
Sep 2, 2020
The needle or nozzle-based electrospinning process has long been explored for its capability to produce unique nanofiber materials with desirable properties, such as high surface area and high...