College of Science Seminar
The College of Science seminars series has concluded for the Fall and will resume in the Spring. Stay tuned for more information.
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November 3, 2023, Dr. Leila Khatib, Assistant Professor of Biology, titled: "Viral Surrogates and One Water California"
October 13, 2023, Dr. Siri Veland, Assistant Professor of Geology, titled: "Phasing out coal in carbon and coal intensive regions in Europe – where are the tipping points?"
September 29, 2023, Dr. Fred Larabee, Assistant Professor of Biology, titled: "Collections-based research on insect form and function at the J. Gordon Edwards Insect Museum"
September 15, 2023, Dr. Nick Esker, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, titled: "SJSU Targetry: Thin film chemistry to investigate nuclear reactions far from stability"
September 8, 2023, Dr. Fabio Di Troia, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, titled: "Generating Synthetic Malware Data for Zero-Day Detection"
August 25, 2023, Dr. Yan X Zhang, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, titled: "SJSU Student Success in Blockchain Research"
May 5, 2023, Dr. Ardem Patapoutian, Department of Neuroscience and an Investigator Howard Hughes Medical Institute, titled: "Grilione Seminar: How Do You Feel? The Molecules That Sense Touch"
April 14, 2023, Dr. Faranak Abri, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, titled: "Deception Detection and Social Engineering Attacks"
April 7, 2023, Dr. Carlie Pietsch, Assistant Professor of Geology, titled: "30 years of darkness and the long dawn of marine life’s recovery after the end-Cretaceous mass extinction"
March 10, 2023, Dr. Jon Jenkins, NASA Ames Research Center, titled: "Chasing Shadows in the Night: How NASA’s Kepler and TESS Missions Are Revolutionizing Exoplanet Science"
March 3, 2023, Dr. Brianne Gutmann, Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy, titled: "Reframing physics student preparation: supporting conversation about ethics, science, and society in the classroom"
February 24, 2023, Dr. Susan Lambrecht, Professor of Biological Sciences, titled: "Rapid evolution in California native plants during a historic drought"
February 17, 2023, Dr. Minghui Diao, Associate Professor of Meteorology and Climate Science, titled: "Clouds and Aerosols – the Wildcards of Climate Change"
February 3, 2023, Dr. David Ensminger, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, titled: "Transgenerational impacts of stress in a wild caught lizard"
Fall 2022 Seminars
December 2, 2022, Dr. Michael Graham, Professor and Department Chair at SJSU Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, titled: "Food, clean oceans, and jobs: Is aquaculture our key to a sustainable future?"
November 18, 2022, Dr. Ellen Metzger, Professor in the Department of Geology and Science Education, titled: "The Geology of Henry Coe State Park: Combining Scientific Research with Public Outreach"
November 4, 2022, Dr. Chandralekha Singh, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pittsburgh, titled: "Promoting equity and inclusion in STEM teaching and learning". Please contact Jon (email@example.com) for a link to the recording and additional resources of the seminar.
October 21, 2022, Dr. Maya deVries, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, titled: "Trophic relationships in the benthos: feeding morphology and ecology of macroinvertebrates"
October 14, 2022, Dr. Hilary Hurst, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy, titled: "The Second Quantum Revolution - Building A Robust Quantum Ecosystem in the Lab and in the Classroom"
September 30, 2022, Dr. Nate Bogie, Assistant Professor in the Department of Geology, titled: “Plant Feedbacks on Soil Hydrology in Agroecosystems from the Sacramento Valley to the Sahel”
September 23, 2022, Dr. Gianmarc Grazioli, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, titled: “Exploring mechanisms of molecular assembly and disassembly using computer simulations and machine learning”
September 9, 2022, Dr. Katerina Potika, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science, titled: "Easy breezy network analysis: community detection".
September 2, 2022, Dr. Ben Carter, Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, title: "Modern day solutions to age-old questions in the study of plant distributions".
August 26, 2022, Dr. Julio Soto, Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, title: "Strategies that improve undergraduate students' success".