Author Archives: David Rockstraw
Houston invited by NIH to serve as a member of the Cellular and Molecular Technologies Study Section, Center for Scientific Review
Dr. Rockstraw, We are looking for CHMEs or individuals with waste water treatment backgrounds (Civil engineers) for a process engineering position at our Radioactive Liquid Waste Treatment Facility (RLWTF) here at LANL. Attached is the job description and here is a link to the job on the LANL website https://lanl.jobs/los-alamos-nm/liquid-waste-engineer-rd-engineer-23/43A4BB55DF084F18828DE77B59FB9BEF/job/ We prefer experience as detailed…
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The new “Chemical Process Industry – Master of Engineering” degree is available this fall! Note this Master’s degree is based on your engineering project at your place of employment, and all coursework will be delivered LIVE to your computer through the Adobe Connect app in Canvas using the Watkins Connected Learning Classroom in Jett Hall….
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CHME 461/561 Computation of Material and Molecular Properties (Fall 2019), 3 credit hours, 10:30-11:45 am MW Learn the basic principles of computational chemistry including how to compute molecular geometries, energies, transition states, spectra, thermodynamic properties, and many other chemical properties. In the first half of this course, you will learn fundamentals of computational chemistry…
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CHME 361 will be offered in an online format in Summer II semester, with in-class examinations. CRN is 26437.
Dr. Reza Foudazi has been noticed by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that his proposal entitled, “Stimuli-Responsive Membranes from Mesophase Templating” has been funded in the amount of $314,894. https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1840871
Project Title: Nano Thruster Vacuum Compatible Test Platform and Thrust Measurement System – 12286
Dr. Chao Dong, a former post-doctoral researcher in the Manz research group in CHME at NMSU, has been hired into a tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Chemistry at The University of Texas-Permian Basin.
Open 41200 CHEM 313 M01 MA 3 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I MWF 1230-1320 CB W153 120 119 1 William Maio (P) 08/21-12/13 Open 59532 CHEM 313 M02 MA 3 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I TR 1800-1915 HJLC 210 75 3 72 James W. Herndon (P) 08/21-12/13 Open 41201 CHEM 313 M70 MA 3 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I TBA –…
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