Chemistry and Physics Seminars: Spring 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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21 January
Linda Gallaher
Chevron
Hydrogen Stations
and Fuel Cell Cars

28 January
Dr. Ilya Vekhter
Louisiana State University
Simple metals, exotic states, and quantum criticality
4 February
Art Plow
Baton Rouge Lean Leader
Ferro Corporation
Using Lean Thinking in the Chemical Process Environment
11 February
Brent Feske
University of Florida
A Route to Homochiral Glycidic Esters Using Reductases in Whole Cell Catalysis Through Graduate School at the University of Florida
18 February
James G. Traylor, Jr. MD
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Forensic Medicine
25 February


4 March
11 March
Dr. John D. Scott
Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices
Lousiana State University

Some Standard and Non-Standard Transforms:
Understanding What Spectrocsopy is Trying to Tell Us
(detailed abstract)
18 March
Avery Ragan, PhD, DABCC
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Forensic Medicine
25 March
Spring Break Nunya
1 April
More Spring Break Nunya
8 April
Dr. David Norwood
Southeastern Louisiana University
Ban the Photon:
An Immodest Proposal


(SMURPh Program)
15 April
Jeff Temple and Mike Doughty
Southeastern Louisiana University
From Viral Replication to Peptide Processing:
Biochemistry at Southeastern
22 April
John Vercellotti
V-LABS , INC.
Chemistry of Yeast ß-Glucan and
Its Role in the Glycomics of Immunopotentiation

29 April
Robert Rourks and Sanichiro Yoshida
Southeastern Louisiana University
TBA
6 May
Physics Students of SLU TBA