Nov
16
Mon
Academic Programs Team Meeting @ https://ucf.zoom.us/j/95391236917?pwd=bnY4ck9wMU12OE1iVzZCcmV4WGUrdz09
Nov 16 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Nov
18
Wed
Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis @ zoom
Nov 18 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

I would like to announce that the Renewable Energy and Chemical Transformations (REACT) Cluster at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in collaboration with the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society (AVS) and UCF-AVS student chapter is hosting a Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis. Prominent scientists from various universities, research centers, and industry conducting experimental and theoretical research in surface science and catalysis will be giving lectures every other week. The lectures are intended for an audience with a broad range of expertise, from undergraduate and graduate students to senior scientists.

Israel Wachs, Lehigh University, USA, Operando heterogenous catalysis.

This series is free to all registrants, available through Zoom. Early registration is recommended as enrollment is limited to 300 participants. To register for the webinar, please fill out this online form: https://forms.gle/uDmoQpLEJWymAZ5TA. The registered participants will receive email updates as well as Zoom links to attend the webinars.

For additional questions please contact Dr. Mihai E. Vaida at mihai.vaida@ucf.edu.

Details about the talks will be posted soon on the following web sites: https://www.avs.org/Chapters/Florida and https://www.ucf.avs.org/.

Dec
2
Wed
Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis @ zoom
Dec 2 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

I would like to announce that the Renewable Energy and Chemical Transformations (REACT) Cluster at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in collaboration with the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society (AVS) and UCF-AVS student chapter is hosting a Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis. Prominent scientists from various universities, research centers, and industry conducting experimental and theoretical research in surface science and catalysis will be giving lectures every other week. The lectures are intended for an audience with a broad range of expertise, from undergraduate and graduate students to senior scientists.

Ke-Bin Low, BASF Corporation, USA, Elucidating Structure-Property Relationships in Catalysts using Microscopy: A Real-World Perspective.

This series is free to all registrants, available through Zoom. Early registration is recommended as enrollment is limited to 300 participants. To register for the webinar, please fill out this online form: https://forms.gle/uDmoQpLEJWymAZ5TA. The registered participants will receive email updates as well as Zoom links to attend the webinars.

For additional questions please contact Dr. Mihai E. Vaida at mihai.vaida@ucf.edu.

Details about the talks will be posted soon on the following web sites: https://www.avs.org/Chapters/Florida and https://www.ucf.avs.org/.

Dec
16
Wed
Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis @ zoom
Dec 16 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

I would like to announce that the Renewable Energy and Chemical Transformations (REACT) Cluster at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in collaboration with the Florida Chapter of the American Vacuum Society (AVS) and UCF-AVS student chapter is hosting a Distinguished Lecture Series on Catalysis. Prominent scientists from various universities, research centers, and industry conducting experimental and theoretical research in surface science and catalysis will be giving lectures every other week. The lectures are intended for an audience with a broad range of expertise, from undergraduate and graduate students to senior scientists.

Hui Xu, Giner Inc., USA, Advanced Electrolysis Technologies for Renewable Energy Conversion and Storage.

This series is free to all registrants, available through Zoom. Early registration is recommended as enrollment is limited to 300 participants. To register for the webinar, please fill out this online form: https://forms.gle/uDmoQpLEJWymAZ5TA. The registered participants will receive email updates as well as Zoom links to attend the webinars.

For additional questions please contact Dr. Mihai E. Vaida at mihai.vaida@ucf.edu.

Details about the talks will be posted soon on the following web sites: https://www.avs.org/Chapters/Florida and https://www.ucf.avs.org/.

Oct
21
Thu
Biophysics Group Virtual Seminar @ Zoom
Oct 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Dear Biophysics Group Members:

 

A virtual Biophysics monthly seminar will be held this Thursday.

 

Time: Thursday, October 21, 12:00pm -1:00pm EST(see Zoom info below)

Speaker: Jinho Park (PhD candidate, Kang group), NanoScience Technology Center & Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Title: Crowding tunes the organization and mechanics of actin bundles formed by crosslinking proteins

Meeting ID: 962 4475 4734

Meeting ID: 962 4475 4734

Passcode: 559273

 

Please find the seminar abstract and information attached. Please note that this semester monthly seminars will be held Thursdays.

 

Oct
29
Fri
UCF Physics Graduate Program Virtual Grad Fair @ Zoom
Oct 29 @ 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Open to all -Registration required via this link : UCF Physics and Planetary Sciences PhD Virtual Open House

Zoom link to be sent upon registration.

Join us and learn about our:

Phd, MSc, and Bridge Programs, research areas, admissions requirements, student societies and more!

Presentation will be followed by a live Q&A.

PHY Grad Program Virtual Grad Fair flyer

Nov
18
Thu
Biophysics Group Virtual Seminar — Thursday, November 18th, 12-1pm @ Zoom
Nov 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Dear Biophysics Group Members:

 

A virtual Biophysics monthly seminar will be held this Thursday.

 

Time: Thursday, November 18, 12:00pm -1:00pm EST(see Zoom info below)

Speaker: Albert Serrano (PhD candidate, Dr. Teter’s group), Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine

Title: Holotoxin disassembly by protein disulfide isomerase is less efficient for Escherichia coli heat-labile enterotoxin than cholera toxin

 

Join Zoom Meeting: https://ucf.zoom.us/j/91926726293?pwd=WUxtSGd6VFdJaklKSTZnSTNIc0JRQT09

Meeting ID: 919 2672 6293

Passcode: 731442

 

Please find the seminar abstract and information attached.

2021-11-18 Biophysics Seminar_Albert Serrano

Jan
19
Wed
Biophysics Group Virtual Seminar @ Zoom
Jan 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Dear Biophysics Group Members:

 

Happy New Year! Biophysics group monthly seminar series for Spring 2022 will be resumed next Wednesday.

 

Time: Wednesday, January 19, 12:00pm -1:00pm EST(see Zoom info below)

Speaker: Dr. Wencai Zhang, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine

Title: Crosstalk between microRNAs and metabolic pathways in cancer treatment

Meeting ID: 928 9294 3675

Passcode: 335280

 

The seminar abstract is attached. Hope to see you at the seminar.

2022-01-19 Biophysics Seminar_Wencai Zhang

Feb
16
Wed
Biophysics Group Seminar @ Zoom
Feb 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Dear Biophysics Group Members,

 

We will have this month’s biophysics virtual seminar this Wednesday. Please see Zoom information below.

 

Time: Wednesday, February 16, 12:00pm -1:00pm EST 

Speaker: Dr. Robert Steward, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Title: Biomechanical Mechanisms that Govern Cellular Behavior

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ucf.zoom.us/j/93103518481?pwd=NEEveFFsOXhkeW9acERBVWZhMEFRUT09

 

Meeting ID: 931 0351 8481

Passcode: 892384

 

The seminar abstract is attached. Thank you for your support!

2022-02-16 Biophysics Seminar_Robert Steward

Mar
23
Wed
Biophysics Group Seminar @ Zoom
Mar 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Dear Biophysics Group Members,

 

This month’s biophysics virtual seminar will be held on Wednesday. Dr. David Lilley at the University of Dundee will give a talk (thanks Dr. Schroeder for inviting him).

 

Please see Zoom information below and find attached Dr. Lilley’s talk abstract and bio.

Time: Wednesday, March 23, 12:00pm -1:00pm EST

Speaker: Dr. David Lilley, Professor, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, United Kingdom

Title: The processing of Holliday junctions in DNA by resolving enzymes