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Seminar Schedule - Spring 2019


Seminars are held in Foster Hall, Room 220 on Thursdays and Fridays at 3:30pm unless otherwise indicated. Please email Lisa Norsworthy at lnorsworthy@tntech.edu for more information.
 
 
Date
Speaker
School/Program
Title
Friday,
February 1
Dr. Hong Guo UT Knoxville Computer Simulation of Enzymes and Analysis of Proteomes/Protein Sets
Friday,
February 15
Dr. Tongye Shen UT Knoxville Capture Biomolecular Motions via Statistical Analysis of Contact Matrices
Thursday, 
February 28
Dr. Larry Avens Los Alamos National Laboratory Recruiting Seminar: The DOE/NNSA Nuclear Weapon Complex: Past, Present and Future
Thursday,
March 14
Jordan Jones TTU Master's Student Literature Seminar: A Recent Application of the Hammett Equation
Friday,
March 15
Dr. Yi Ren Vanderbilt University Viral Strategies to Arrest Host mRNA Nuclear Export
Thursday,
March 21
Waverly DeLafontaine TTU Master's Student Literature Seminar: Profiling Fentanyl and Acetyl Fentanyl using Direct-Infusion Electrospray Ionization Spectrometry
Thursday,
March 21
Nathan Combs TTU Master's Student Literature Seminar: Effects of fluorophore attachment on protein conformation and dynamics studied by spFRET and NMR
Friday,
March 22
Dr. Stephen Irle Oak Ridge National Lab Approximate Density Functional Theory for Computational Heterogeneous Catalysis
 
Tuesday, March 26 @ 4pm
Amy Ridings TTU Master's Student 1) Applying density functional theory (DFT) method to study a novel Schiff-base ligand Uranyl complex and calculate its thermal dynamics properties and 1H-chemical shift NMR signals. 2) Investigating the binding interface and protein-protein interaction for the N-terminal of ClpC1 and its adaptor ClpS from Mycobacterium tuberculosis using molecular dynamics simulations.
Thursday,
April 11
Kristen Carter TTU Master's Student Literature Seminar: Regulation Mechanisms of Aurora A Kinase: Autophosphorylation and TPX2-Mediated Activation
Thursday,
April 11
Tylar Thompson TTU Master's Student Literature Seminar: Novel artificial metalloenzymes by in vivo incorporation of metal-binding unnatural amino acids
Friday, 
April 12
Dr. Zan Luthey-Schulten University of Illinois

Cancelled

Thursday,
April 18
Austin Hill TTU Master's Student Literature Seminar: An orthogonalized platform for genetic code Expansion in both Bacteria and Eukaryotes
Thursday,
April 25
Chioma Ekechi TTU PhD Student Literature Seminar: TBD

 

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