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J.D. Lindsay Lecture Series at Texas A&M University 2017 Fall Schedule Sept. 27 | Dr. Gavin Towler

Honeywell UOP| Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Lecture Title - Connected Plant

Nov. 8 | Dr. Kevin H. Lee

University of Delaware | Gore Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Lecture Title - A host cell protein contaminant that may impact antibody drug product stability Born in 1899, James Donald Lindsay would shepherd chemical engineering education at Texas A&M University through its formative years, helping establish a formal department while developing the foundation for the continued success of its students and faculty members. Lindsay joined the Texas A&M faculty in 1938. Two years later he was named head of the Chemical Engineering Department. He would serve in that capacity until 1964. He continued to work as a professor within the department until his retirement in 1969 when the title of emeritus professor was bestowed on him. Lindsay passed away Nov. 4, 1980. The J.D. Lindsay Lecture Series enables outstanding speakers from industry and academic to visit the university and the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering to exchange ideas on teaching and research with students and faculty.

Nov. 15 | Dr. Ruben G. Carbonell Distinguished Lindsay Speaker

N.C. State University | Frank Hawkins Kenan Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Lecture Title - Structuring Liquids With Adaptive Interfacial Assemblies

Nov. 29 | Dr. Raul F. Lobo

University of Delaware | Claire D. LeClaire Professor & Director, Center for Catalytic Science & Technology

Lecture Title - Drying and Hydration Phenomena at the Nanoscale: Implications for Protein Stability and Long-Term Storage

Dec. 6 | Dr. Andreas Linninger

University of Illinois at Chicago | Professor and & Director, Laboratory for Product and Process Design (LPPD) Lecture Title - The Mathematics of the Physical Brain

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