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COSAM Interdisciplinary Colloquium

Come learn about the research going on in COSAM 

In an effort to promote the graduate research community within COSAM, the COSAM Interdisciplinary Colloquium was established by Dr. Frank Sturm, a Mathematics graduate student (PhD 2014), and Hector Corzo, a Chemistry graduate student, in the Spring of 2013. The Interdisciplinary Colloquium offers graduate students the opportunity to share their insights on their field of study and the impact of their research to a broader COSAM community. The talks given are brief, 15 minutes with 5 minutes for questions, in hopes of encouraging participation of students from COSAM as well as the general Auburn student body. Each colloquium has 3 speakers from the various COSAM departments and is typically scheduled at 6 pm on the first or second Tuesday of the month during the Fall and Spring semesters. If you are interested in giving a talk at one of the upcoming colloquia please contact one of your COSAM GSC senators. For more information or any questions please contact Taylor Hall at thh0006@tigermail.auburn.edu

Upcoming Colloquia

Fall Semester

- September 4th 2018

  • Shahriar Khan (Chemistry) - Superatomic nature of Sc(NH3)60,+: one and two electrons bound to the periphery of Sc(NH3)62+ core
  • Omar Lopez Ortiz (Physics) - A glimpse into fusion energy and magnetic confinement
  • Nick Soltis (Geosciences) - Digging into Discipline Based Education Research (DBER): Applications of Geoscience Education Research

- October 2nd 2018

  • Robel Ghebreab (Chemistry)
  • Malorie Hayes (Biology)
  • Ahmed Nemer (Physics)

- November 6th 2018

  • Ismail Abdulrashid (Math)
  • Nick Parr (Biology)
  • Basiru Usman (Math)

Spring Semester

- February 5th 2019

- March 5th 2019

- April 2nd 2019

Past Colloquia

Academic Year 2016-2017

Academic Year 2015-2016

- Academic Year 2014-2015

- Academic Year 2013-2014

- Academic Year 2012-2013



Last Updated: 08/27/2018