10th Annual Amgen-Clorox Graduate Student Symposium

Students at outdoor poster session

Thank you to everyone who made our 2016 Clorox-Amgen Graduate Student Symposium a success, and congratulations to all of the 2016 GSS presenters for outstanding talks and posters.

The winners of the best talk and best poster awards were:

Niels Zussblatt - "New non-precious-metal mesoporous carbon electrocatalysts and their properties"
Emily Davidson - "Self-Assembly and Crystallization of P3EHT Containing Block Copolymers"

Kelly Ibsen - "Mapping conformational epitopes via random peptide display and high-throughput sequencing"
Jimmy Liu - "Phase field mapping for fast and accurate polymer simulations"

Read more about our 2016 GSS here.

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Visit our registration page for more information about registering for our 10th Annual Amgen-Clorox Graduate Student Symposium, on Friday, October 6th, 2017.

About the Symposium

The UCSB Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Symposium is a one-day forum for graduate students to present their research.  The event is designed to provide a networking opportunity between industrial attendees and members of the department with two main goals:

  1. Highlight ongoing work in the department to stimulate industrial collaborations
  2. Facilitate interactions with students seeking future employment opportunities 

The symposium consists of oral presentations given by senior students throughout the day, a lunch and poster session showcasing the work throughout the department, and a catered evening reception.  Industrial attendees will receive a flash drive containing the abstracts and CVs of presenting students to enable future connections.

Information on past symposia can be found in our Event Archive.

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