Common Grounds


“Common Grounds” is our seminar series that spans all departments of the College of Science and Mathematics. All faculty, staff and students from the college and the entire university are encouraged to attend the seminars and learn about what research is happening, and to encourage interdisciplinary collaborations. Seminars are held at noon in COE 1115.

Spring 2014
Date Name/Affiliation Title
Dec 6 Clark Alexander, ACRL High Resolution assessment of salt marsh development in response to sea level rise in Georgia: The Groves Creek example
Jan 17 Tavis Anderson, Biology Parasites and pathogens in biological networks: vectors, vaccines and vertebrates
Feb 21 Rafael Quirino, Chemistry Bio-based Materials and Carbon Nanotube Superheating
March 14 Colton Magnant, Math The sleepy salesman: Variations on the travelling salesman problem
April 4 Ji Wu, Chemistry Advanced nanomaterials for lithium batteries
April 18 Ryan Fortenberry, Chemistry The Molecular Population of Interstellar Space
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