Physical Chemistry Seminar Series | Spring 2017

Fridays 12:00 pm
Proteomics, Room 120

February 3
Shyam Vyas
Senior Scientist, CCDC North America
The Cambridge Structural Database: understanding molecular interactions by standing on the shoulders of really smart people

March 10
Weitao Yang
Department of Chemistry and Department of Physics
Duke University
The wonders of electron density: from half an electron to noncovalent interactions of biomolecular complexes

March 24
Lawrence Williams
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Rutgers University
The Protein Game: A New Approach to Describe Protein Energetics

March 31
Ana Monica Nunes
Research Associate, Center for Integrative Proteomics Research
Rutgers University
Structural and Dynamic NMR Studies of Integrin-Collagen Interactions

April 14
Biswajit Santra
Postdoctoral Researcher, Princeton University
Properties of water and ionic solutions using ab initio molecular dynamics

May 5
Peter Kahn
Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
Rutgers University
How Big is a Water Molecule, and Why Does It Matter? Studies in Protein Hydration

May 12
Sylvie Rangan
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Rutgers University
Zinc Tetraphenylporphyrins on surfaces: Self-assembly and electronic structure