BEE Department Seminar Series

Fall 2022 

B15 Riley-Robb Hall, 12:45-2pm

 

If you cannot attend in person, the seminars will also be available on zoom

September 14: Emily H. Palmer, Ph.D. Candidate
California Institute of Technology
Lessons on flying straight from Drosophila melanogaster

Seminar Recording

October 12: Eri Hayashi, Vice President-Norm Scott Distinguished Seminar Speaker
Japan Plant Factory Association
Innovations Towards Sustainable Plant Factories

Seminar Recording

Panel Recording

October 26: Jon Lamontagne, Ph.D.
CEE, Tufts University
Evaluating the drivers and impacts of water scarcity in a changing and interconnected world

Seminar Recording

November 16: Nicole D. Jackson, Ph.D.
Sandia National Laboratories
Extreme weather drivers during power outages in the United States

Seminar Recording

November 23: Karolien De Wael, Ph.D.- ZOOM  Only 
University of Antwerp
Singlet Oxygen-Based Photoelectrochemical DNA Sensing

 

Archive

September 13: Bart Nicolai, Professor
Biosystems Department
KU Leaven, Belgium 
Multiscale modelling of gas transport during postharvest storage of pome fruit
Sept. 13 seminar recording

September 20: Sarah Nadeau, Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
What pathogen genomes can tell us about epidemic spread
Sept. 20 seminar recording

September 27: Kevin Solomon, Assistant Professor
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Delaware
Domesticating anaerobic fungi for direct biomanufacturing from renewable plant biomass
Sept. 27 seminar recording

October 4: Grey Nearing, Assistant Professor
Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
UC Davis
Machine Learning in Hydrology Modeling
Oct. 4 seminar recording

October 18: Claudia Tebaldi, Earth Scientist
Joint Global Change Research Institute – PNNL
Frequency changes in extreme sea levels for different global warming levels
Oct. 18 seminar recording

November 1: Chen Li, Assistant Professor
John Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering
Towards understanding animal and robot locomotion in complex 3-D terrain

November 8: Hazel Barton, Professor
Akron University 
Dark Life: What’s the deal with manganese?