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Study Groups, Spring 1999

Chemical Computing Group Meeting

  • Meeting with developers from Chemical Computing Group, developers of MOE
    April 8, 1999 (all day), at Duquesne University
    contact Professor Jeffry D. Madura

Jordan Group Meetings, Spring 1999

  • The Group Meeting time for Spring, 1999 is Wednesday from 11:00am to 12:15pm.
  • Research Talks are short, informal presentations of material related to your research. Including questions, this portion of the meeting should last 45 minutes.
  • Journal Talks are short discussions of recent articles of possible interest to group members. This portion of the meeting should total 30 minutes (e.g. 15 minutes per person).
  • This schedule is updated periodically. Please use the shift key and reload button on your browser to be certain you are viewing the most up to date version.
Jan 13
Room 234
Research Talk:
Lev Gelb
Beratan Group, University of Pittsburgh
"Adsorption in Porous Glasses: Realistic Models and Capillary Condensation"
Journal Talk:
none
Feb 10
Room 234
Research Talk:
Lindsey J. Munro
Recently of Cambridge
Now Post-doc with Profs. Jordan and Johnson
"Defect Migrations in Crystalline Silicon"
Journal Talk:
Fernando Vila
Feb 17
Room 132
Research Talk:
Amy V. Walker
Yates group, Surface Science Center, University of Pittsburgh
"Dynamic Steering and Vibrational Activation in the Dissociative Adsorption of methane on Pt {110}(1x2)"
Journal Talk:
Feb 24
Room 132
Research Talk:
Sara A. Majetich
Department of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University
"Self-assembly of iron oxide nanorod arrays"
Journal Talk:
Arnold Tharrington
March 31
Room 132
Research Talk:
Vahan Simonyan
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh
Molecular simulation of hydrogen adsorption in charged single-walled carbon nanotubes.
Journal Talk:
Kenneth D. Jordan
Dept. of Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh,
219 Parkman Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Phone: (412) 624-8690     FAX: (412) 624-8611     email: jordan at pitt.edu
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