Edward Mack, Jr. Lecture - Dr. Yogesh Surendranath

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March 25, 2021
4:00PM - 5:00PM
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Virtual Seminar

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Add to Calendar 2021-03-25 16:00:00 2021-03-25 17:00:00 Edward Mack, Jr. Lecture - Dr. Yogesh Surendranath 3/25 10:45-12:15 - student presentations 12:30-1:30pm - virtual lunch with speaker 4:00pm - general talk - title TBD 3/26  11:30am - technical talk - title TBD Host: Chem Talks https://chemistry.mit.edu/profile/yogesh-surendranath/    The Edward Mack, Jr. Lectures   Professor Edward Mack, Jr. was a long time faculty member of the Chemistry Department at The Ohio State University. After fourteen years as chairman, he resigned in October, 1955, to be devoted full time to teaching and research. Not long thereafter his friends and former students learned of his death in June, 1956. Professor Mack's research interests included the determina- tion of the sizes and shapes of molecules from collision cross-sections using kinetic gas measurements. He also studied the rates and mechanisms of gas phase reactions, surface films, and biochemical problems. Professor Mack is remembered as a man of great energy and enthusiasm for research as well as his students. Professor Mack became a member of the faculty at Ohio State in 1919 when he immediately began to take a personal interest in graduate students. He was their continual advocate, aiding his students through difficult years by soliciting grants from many companies and businesses. In many cases, he even took funds out of his own pocket for their support. Professor Mack was entirely dedicated to his graduate students, both scientifically and personally. In this spirit, the graduate students are responsible for every aspect of the Mack Memorial Award. Graduate Students participate in the Mack Memorial Award by serving on the Mack Award's committee, nominating individuals, voting for the Mack Award recipient, and, of course, for attending the talks and joining the celebration. Previous Lecturers: 2020 - Melanie Sanford 2019 - Cynthia Friend 2018 - Peidong Yang 2017 - David MacMillan 2016 - Omar Yaghi 2015 - George Whitesides 2014 - Robert S. Langer 2013 - T. Don Tilley 2012 - Sunney Xie 2011 - Vincent Rotello 2010 - Chad A. Mirkin Note: This lecture was made possible by financial support from the Dr. Robert H. Lawrence Jr. Endowed Fund in Chemistry, the Dr. Kurt L. Loening Endowment Fund in Chemical Nomenclature and Chemical Information, the Chemistry Lecture Fund, as well as numerous other donors. Virtual Seminar Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry chem-biochem@osu.edu America/New_York public
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3/25

10:45-12:15 - student presentations
12:30-1:30pm - virtual lunch with speaker

4:00pm - general talk - title TBD

3/26 

11:30am - technical talk - title TBD

Host: Chem Talks

https://chemistry.mit.edu/profile/yogesh-surendranath/ 

 

The Edward Mack, Jr. Lectures

 

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Professor Edward Mack, Jr. was a long time faculty member of the Chemistry Department at The Ohio State University. After fourteen years as chairman, he resigned in October, 1955, to be devoted full time to teaching and research. Not long thereafter his friends and former students learned of his death in June, 1956.

Professor Mack's research interests included the determina- tion of the sizes and shapes of molecules from collision cross-sections using kinetic gas measurements. He also studied the rates and mechanisms of gas phase reactions, surface films, and biochemical problems. Professor Mack is remembered as a man of great energy and enthusiasm for research as well as his students.

Professor Mack became a member of the faculty at Ohio State in 1919 when he immediately began to take a personal interest in graduate students. He was their continual advocate, aiding his students through difficult years by soliciting grants from many companies and businesses. In many cases, he even took funds out of his own pocket for their support. Professor Mack was entirely dedicated to his graduate students, both scientifically and personally. In this spirit, the graduate students are responsible for every aspect of the Mack Memorial Award.

Graduate Students participate in the Mack Memorial Award by serving on the Mack Award's committee, nominating individuals, voting for the Mack Award recipient, and, of course, for attending the talks and joining the celebration.


Previous Lecturers:

2020 - Melanie Sanford

2019 - Cynthia Friend

2018 - Peidong Yang

2017 - David MacMillan

2016 - Omar Yaghi

2015 - George Whitesides

2014 - Robert S. Langer

2013 - T. Don Tilley

2012 - Sunney Xie

2011 - Vincent Rotello

2010 - Chad A. Mirkin

Note: This lecture was made possible by financial support from the Dr. Robert H. Lawrence Jr. Endowed Fund in Chemistry, the Dr. Kurt L. Loening Endowment Fund in Chemical Nomenclature and Chemical Information, the Chemistry Lecture Fund, as well as numerous other donors.

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