Location: Edward P. Evans Hall, Yale School of Management 165 Whitney Avenue New Haven
Ninth Annual Conference on Yale University’s School of Management
Friday, April 28, 2017
Plan to join us for our informal dinner in New Haven on Thursday night.
Join us for an all-day conference to share ideas and experiences with energy industry leaders, key policy makers, renowned economists, management experts, and top researchers from throughout the country.
A discounted rate has been set up at the Omni New Haven Hotel for conference attendees. Please click here to book your overnight accommodations prior to March 27, 2017.
Location: Quinnipiack Club, 221 Church Street, New Haven
Please join the YSEA for a gala evening of fun and fellowship as we recognize eminent faculty, alumni, and students for their achievements and their contributions to the Yale science and engineering community!
Cocktail Reception at the Quinnipiack Club begins at 6:00 PM. Seating begins at 6:45 PM. Dinner will be served promptly at 7:00 PM.
Awards and recognitions will be presented to (not a complete list):
YSEA Award for Distinguished Service to Industry, Commerce or Education: Jonathan Ayers, President and CEO of IDEXX Laboratories
YSEA Award for Meritorious Service to Yale University Lynn Cooley, PhD, Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; C. N. H. Long Professor of Genetics and Professor of Cell Biology and of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
YSEA Award for Advancement of Basic and Applied Science Arthur L Horwich, MD, Sterling Professor of Genetics and Professor of Pediatrics; Investigator HHMI
Members of the Yale College Class of 2017 and the Yale College Class of 2018 for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Junior Class & Senior Class
Retiring members of the Science and Engineering faculty at Yale
Please make reservations by Wednesday April 19, subject to room capacity.
Note: We encourage you to register online. While YSEA uses PayPal as our credit card processor, you do not need a PayPal account to purchase your ticket(s) online. To purchase your ticket(s) online without a PayPal account, simply click the "Don't Have a PayPal Account?" link on the PayPal page, and PayPal will let you fill in your credit card info without requiring a PayPal account.
Fenn Centennial Celebration
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
Location: Dunham Lab, Mann Engineering Student Center (Room 107)
This is a meeting of YSEA Officers & Board Members to review and approve changes to our Bylaws, Constitution, 3-Year Strategic Plan, and to agree on goals, strategies and responsibilities for 2017-2018.
Dunham Lab is located at 10 Hillhouse Ave, New Haven CT
A meeting package including agenda, action tracker and conference coordinates will be provided prior to the meeting.