The biophysics/soft matter seminars will be held Mondays at 1:30am in P8445.2 unless otherwise stated.
|Jan 14||Mattia Bacca (Mechanical Engineering, UBC)||
A model for the contraction of polymer gels created by the activity of molecular motors
|Jan 21||Ryan D'Arcy (Engineering Science, SFU)||
Human neuroimaging through high field 3.0T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and high density 275-channel magnetoencephalography (MEG)
|Feb 4||Gordon Rintoul (Biological Science, SFU)|
|Feb 11||Jacob Spooner (Chemistry, SFU)||
Molecular dynamics study of the ionomer-substrate interface in PEFC cathode catalyst layers
|Feb 25||Jenifer Thewalt (Physics/Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, SFU)||
Using deuterium NMR to study sterols and phospholipids - is it just a phase?
|Mar 18||Erin Craig (Physics, Central Washington Univ.)|
|Apr 1||Steven Brunton (Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington)||
Data-Driven Discovery and Control of Complex Systems: Uncovering Interpretable and Generalizable Nonlinear Models
|Apr 5*||Stephen Wassall (Physics, Indiana University-Purdue University) 10:30am in P8445.2||
What Fish Oils do to Membranes - Solid state 2H NMR studies of membrane domaination by PUFA
|Apr 15||Jim Pfaendtner (Chemical Engineering, University of Washington)||
Understanding structure-function relationships at the bio/nano interface.