Chemistry and Physics Seminars: Fall 2005
(unless otherwise indicated, seminars take place in Room 211 of Pursley Hall on Friday afternoons from 2:00 to 3:00)

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26 August KATRINA
9 September
16 September
Dennis Wallete
Tangipahoa Parish Mosquito Control

The Mosquito:
Mankind's Greatest Enemy?

23 September
Lovely Rita
Metah Maid
30 September
Undergraduate Research Projects:
Metal Pyridinoporphyrazine Catalysis of Thiol Oxidation and the Effect of Salinity Changes on Microorganisms in Natural Surface Water
7 October
14 October
Dr. Ted Burkey
The University of Memphis

Bistable Photochromics:
Creating Molecular Devices with Sub-picosecond Response
21 October
Dr. Jayne C. Garno
Louisiana State University

"Writing with Molecules:
AFM-Based Nanolithography with Self-Assembled Monolayers."

28 October

4 November
Robert Rourks
Southeastern Louisiana University

Electronic speckle pattern interferometry
with applications in material science.
11 November
Terry Thompson
Intertek Caleb Brett
Five Things I Wish I Knew When I was 22:
Contemplations on a Non-academic Career in Chemistry

18 November
Dr. Barbara Forrest
Southeastern Louisiana University

"What Is Intelligent Design?
Why Should Scientists Care?
25 November
2 December
Dr. Natalia A. Sidorovskaia
University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Underwater acoustics as a tool for studying environmental impact of
human activities in the ocean

9 December
Dr. John Protevi

Louisiana State University

"The Concept of Emergence"