College of Science Virtual Seminar

Upcoming Seminar

Past Seminars

Seminar on August 7th, 2020 with a talk by Dr. Ningkun Wang - Assistant Professor from Chemistry Department, entitled: "Understanding Allosteric Regulation within SIRT1"

Seminar on July 31st with a talk by Dr. Minghui Diao - Assistant Professor from Meteorology and Climate Science Department, entitled: "Clouds and Aerosols: The Wild Cards in Climate Change and Air Quality".

Seminar on July 24th with a talk by Dr. Ben Reed - Professor from Computer Science Department, entitled: "Disconnected Data Distribution for Hard-To-Reach Areas"

Seminar on July 17th with a talk by Dr Birgitte McDonald - Assistant Professor from Moss Landing Marine Lab, entitled: "Pushing the limit: Diving physiology of marine mammals"

Seminar on July 10th with a talk by Dr. Gina Quan from Physics and Astronomy Department, entitled: "The Access Network: Supporting Equity and Student Leadership in STEM"

Seminar on June 26th with Dr Kimberly Blisniuk from Geology Department, entitled: "A Geologic Perspective on assessing seismic risk in northern California".

Seminar on June 19th, 2020 with Dr. Lionel Cheruzel from Chemistry Department, entitled: "Light-driven P450 biocatalysis featuring Ru(II) photosensitizers".

Seminar on June 12th, 2020 with Dr. Katie Wilkinson from Department of Biological Sciences, entitled: "Muscles Have Feelings Too: Understanding Stretch Sensitivity in the Muscle Spindle"

Seminar on June 5th, 2020 with Dr. Craig Clements from Department of Meteorology, entitled: "Advances in Observing the Wildfire Environment: Role of New Mobile Remote Sensing Systems"

Seminar on May 22th, 2020 with Dr. Marion Campisi from Department of Mathematics & Statistics, entitled, "Analysis of Partisan Gerrymandering Tools in Advance of the US 2020 Census"

Seminar on May 1st, 2020 with Dr. Philip Heller from Department of Computer Science, entitled, "Deep Learning in the Deep Ocean"

Seminar on April 24th, 2020 with Dr. Amanda Kahn from Moss Landing Marine Laboratory, entitled, "The Secret Life of Sponges: Energy flow in ecosystem from suspension feeder's perspective"

Seminar on April 17th, 2020 with Dr. Alejandro Garcia from Department of Physics, entitled, "Making it Small: Physics and Scale in the Movie "Trolls" "