Department of Chemistry
Prospective Graduate Students Friday November 21, 2014
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Faculty Highlights: Prof. Anna Krylov
Cyclic N3+ Potential Energy Surfaces, Uracil Dimer Electronic States (center), NO Dimer Dyson Orbitals (right)

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11/21/2014: Special Seminar
Professor Scott H. Kable
School of Chemistry, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
"Chemistry at the Threshold: Unexpected Products, Unusual Mechanisms, and Genreally Weird Things that Happen Near the Energetic Threshold for a Reaction"
1:30 p.m., SGM 414

11/24/2014: Physical-Theoretical
Dr. Nir Goldman
LBNL
"Quantum Simulations of Reactive Materials to Near-Equilibrium Timescales"
12:00 Noon, SSA

11/25/2014: Organic-Materials
Professor Harry Gray
Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
"Solar-Driven Water Splitting"
3:30 p.m., SGM 124

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Travis Williams is the Gordon L Hodgson Memorial Lecturer in Science at GalaxoSmithKlein
Travis Williams was the 2014 Gordon L Hodgson Memorial Lecturer in Science at GalaxoSmithKlein. Previous lecturers in recent years include Larry Overman, Paul Wender and Carolyn Bertozzi.
 

Sri Narayan winner of the Pauchon Research Foundation prize
Sri Narayan is a winner of this year’s $10,000 prize from the Pauchon Research Foundation. The prize recognizes Sri's development of iron-based rechargeable batteries for worldwide electricity generation. The Pauchon Research Foundation makes awards once a year "to individuals and organizations who have contributed to the betterment of mankind”.
 

Chi Mak recipient of the Senior Raubenheimer Award
Chi Mak is the recipient of a 2014 Senior Raubenheimer Award. The award is Dornsife’s highest honor and is presented to faculty members who have excelled in teaching, research and service to the university.
 

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