Chemistry Visiting Lecture Series: Larry Romsted, PhD, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers University: Title: " A Personal (OK Quirky) Walk through Rutgers Chemistry": Tuesday 10/16/12: 11:45-1PM: MAN105
Brief bi. on the speaker: Larry Romsted, PhD earned an A.B. in 1964 from DePauw. He then earned a PhD from Indiana University before completing a postdoc at UC-Santa Barbara. He is currently a professor in chemistry at Rutgers University. Research in his group ranges across bioorganic, biophysical and association colloid chemistries. The ultimate goal is to develop a deeper understanding of the balance of forces that control the structure and compositions of aggregated systems such as micelles, microemulsions, vesicles, biological membranes and macroemulsions and the organization of aqueous polyelectrolyte solutions.
Dr. Romstead’s homepage: http://chem.rutgers.edu/romsted_laurence_s
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C. Britt Carlson, PhD
Instructor, Chemistry Department
Brookdale Community College
765 Newman Springs Rd, Lincroft, NJ 07738