Department of Chemistry
Prospective Graduate Students Tuesday September 16, 2014
 Take the Tour | Videos | Application Information | Request Information | Online Application | Q&A

Faculty Highlights: Prof. Alexander Benderskii
Laser Spectroscopy of Biological and Material Interfaces

Seminars / EventsView all events

09/16/2014: Inorganic-Biochemistry
Professor Kirill Kovnir
Department of Chemistry, University of California, Davis
"Novel Approaches for Thermoelectric and Strongly Correlated Materials"
12:30 p.m., Seaver Science Auditorium

09/17/2014: Organic-Materials
Prof. Ilyas Washington
Columbia University Medical Center
"Two Photochemical Reactions that Influence Blindness and Oxidative Stress"
12:00 p.m., Olah Library

09/19/2014: Organic-Materials
Professor Norio Shibata
Department of Frontier Materials, Nagare College, Nagoya Institute of Technology
"New Strategy for Electrophilic Trifluoromethylthiolation Reaction"
3:00 p.m., Olah Library

  Subscribe to the seminar calendar.

Latest Departmental NewsView all news

Congratulations to Andrey Vilesov
Andrey Vilesov led a team that used the Stanford X-ray free electron laser to image droplets of liquid helium.
The work, described in an August 22 article in Science magazine, reports quantum vortices and extreme deformation of liquid droplets and sheds light on superfluidity at the nanoscale.
view full story

Congratulations to Karl Christe
Karl Christe has been recognized by the American Chemical Society with the 2015 ACS Award for Creative Research and Applications of Iodine Chemistry. Karl will be receiving this award in the March 2015 ACS meeting.
 
 
 

Congratulations to Professor Thompson
Prof. Mark Thompson has been named recipient of the 2014 American Chemical Society Award in the Chemistry of Materials for pioneering the discovery and development of molecular materials for displays, lighting and solar conversion, combining unique insights from molecular photophysics and synthetic chemistry.
 

  You are visitor #2120 Chemistry Dept., USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences