Urbana Campus Research Calendar
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K. Dane Wittrup, PhD MIT, Departments of Chemical Engineering and Biological Engineering "Intratumoral immunotherapy: Occam’s pharmacokinetics"
The surfaces and interfaces play crucial roles in the materials’ performance, especially for 2D materials. Mechanical property investigation can provide unprecedented insights into these interfaces.
A special seminar presented by Cynthia Clampitt titled, “How Corn Changed Itself and then Changed Everything Else.”
Jingyi Fei Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Chicago "RNA-Mediated Gene Regulation, One Molecule at a Time"
Two-time UI ECE alumnus Raymond Chan, director of solar sheet production and products at MicroLink Devices, Inc., will discuss the use of solar cells in prolonged unmanned flight.
The fifth annual symposium hosted by International Food Security at Illinois.
Seminar by Jie Shan, professor of Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University,y on using atomically thin magnetic materials and electrical means to control magnetism.
Ruby Mendenhall, an associate professor of sociology, of African-American Studies, and of urban and regional planning, will speak about "Documenting How Gun Violence Affects Public Life and Public Health Using Wearable Sensors, Genomic Analysis and Other Methods."
Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD North Carolina State University, Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences
Dan Davidson Director of CNRG and Research Computing "Maximizing HPC Efficiency"
Professor Narayan Aluru presents “Layered Materials for Energy Conversion."
Autumn Knight, performance artist; Amy L. Powell, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art; and Sandra Ruiz, Assistant Professor of Latina/Latino Studies are featured in this conversation. They will discuss the recently published book Autumn Knight: In Rehearsal, the first comprehensive publication on the New York-based performance artist. This event is free (donations accep
Nancy Keller, PhD University of Wisconsin – Madison Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology
Single-Molecule Switching nanoscopy (SMS) methods overcome the diffraction limit and achieve 10-fold resolution improvement at the cost of temporal resolution. It typically requires several minutes to reconstruct a single SMS image. To advance the throughput of SMS and enable applications in large-scale biological studies, we have developed a nanoscopy system that achieves
Genomics and Society Distinguished Public Lecture Leslie Vosshall, PhD Robin Chemers Neustein Professor, The Rockefeller University "Thirst for Blood: Mosquito Neurobiology and Behavior" 4:00pm reception, 5:00pm lecture
The Spring 2019 Still Man Lecture features H.-S. Philip Wong, the Willard R. and Inez Bell Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University, who will discuss changes in computing architecture and the development of "new" memories that address energy efficiency limitation and memory access latency.