Nanotechnology for Energy and Advanced Medicine

Tarih: 27.05.2016
Yer: Nafi Baba Building Conference Hall

Nanotechnology for Energy and Advanced Medicine

Dr. Samuel Stupp

Board of Trustees Professor of  Materials Science and Engineering



Biomedical Engineering

Northwestern University


About the Seminar:

Professor Stupp will discuss in his lecture recent scientific advances that will impact the development of new technologies for advanced medicine and energy.  These advances are rooted in research on nanotechnology, chemistry and materials science, all areas of great strength at Northwestern.  One example in advanced medicine research will be the design of new therapies to regenerate tissues and organs such as bone, the brain, heart muscle, cartilage, and others.  In the area of energy, Prof Stupp will discuss efforts to create new materials that can generate fuels or convert carbon dioxide into useful chemicals when exposed to the sun.


About the Speaker:

Samuel Stupp is Board of Trustees Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Chemistry, Medicine, and Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University. He directs at Northwestern the Simpson Querrey Institute for BioNanotechnology and the Energy Frontiers Research Center for Bio-Inspired Energy Science funded by the Department of Energy.  Professor Stupp is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Spanish Royal Academy.  He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and the Materials Research Society, and his awards include the Department of Energy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Materials Chemistry, the Materials Research Society Medal Award, the American Chemical Society Award in Polymer Chemistry, the American Chemical Society Ronald Breslow Award for Achievement in Biomimetic Chemistry, and the International Award from The Society of Polymer Science in Japan.  He has received honoris causa doctorates from Eindhoven Technical University in the Netherlands, the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, and the National University of Costa Rica.