"Fenntennial" symposium to honor Prof. John Fenn’s 100th birthday

Saturday, June 10th, 2017 (all day)

Location: Yale University

This event is in the past.

http://seas.yale.edu/news-events/events/john-fenn-centennial-celebration


Fenn Centennial Celebration
Yale University
June 9-10, 2017


A number of Yale colleagues and friends of John B. Fenn are organizing a centennial celebration of his birth, which took place in New York City on June 15, 1917. Here is a tentative program, of the events, to be held at Yale on 10/June/2017:

Friday, June 9, 2017:
Arrival to hotel to be determined. Perhaps afternoon or evening social event

Saturday, June 10, 2017:
Technical Program (location to be determined):

8:50-9:00 Welcome remarks: D.E. Rosner

All talks should allow at least the last 5 minutes for Q&A

9:00-9:45: Free jets. Chair: M. Johnson
9:00-9:45: Dan Neumark (Berkeley): Slow electron velocity-map imaging of cryogenically cooled anions (cryo-SEVI)

9:45-10:30: Human health. Chair: D.E. Rosner
9:45-10:30: Pablo M-L Sinues (ETH Zurich and University of Basel): Olfaction of biologically relevant vapors by secondary electrospray ionization mass spectrometry

10:30-10:45. Coffee Break

10:45-12:00: Materials science & space propulsion. Chair: A. Gomez
10:45-11:10: Manuel Gamero (UC Irvine): Energetic impact of electrosprayed nanodroplets on hard surfaces 
11:10-11:35: Paulo Lozano (MIT): The science and engineering of electrospray microthrusters for satellites
11:35-12:00: Brad King (Michigan Tech): Magnetoelectrospray of Superparamagnetic Liquids

12:00-13:00: Light lunch provided at conference venue

13:00-14:50: Electrosprays in structural studies. Chair: J. Fernandez de la Mora
13:00-13:45: Michael Bowers (UC Santa Barbara): The non-covalent assembly of peptides and proteins: Why they and John Fenn are important
13:45-14:35: David Clemmer (U. Indiana Bloomington): Understanding biomolecular structures in solution by monitoring solvent-free ions produced by ESI

14:35-14:50: Coffee Break

14:50-15:30: Electrospray ions from involatile and volatile species. Chair: de la Mora
14:50-15:35: Scott McLuckey (Purdue): The Chemistry of Multiply-Charged Gaseous Bio-ions
15:35-16:20: Roderick Kunz (MIT/Lincoln lab): Real-Time Trace Vapor Detection for Assessing the Plume
16:20-17:00. Michael Zachariah (U. Maryland): Mobility analysis of large charge-reduced electrosprayed ions: Nanoparticles, viruses and proteins

17:05-17:15: Final remarks (Haller? Johnson?)

19:00: Banquet: Location to be determined

Sponsored by the Yale Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science Department, Chemical & Environmental Engineering Department, Chemistry Department, the Dean of Engineering, and the Deputy Provost for Science and Technology.

School of Engineering & Applied Science | Yale UniversityDunham Laboratory, Room 222 • 10 Hillhouse Avenue • U.S. Mail: P.O. Box 208267 • New Haven, CT 06520–8267 • Phone 203–432–42

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