Prize Winner Professor Richard Ernst Presented Shipley Lectures
at Clarkson University.
From left: Clarkson University Provost Anthony Collins, Nobel Prize
Winner Professor Richard Ernst, Professor Egon Matijevic' (the Victor
K. LaMer Chair in Colloid and Surface Science), Clarkson University
President Denny Brown, and Vice Provost & CAMP Director S.V. Babu.
Professor Ernst won the 1991 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. His Shipley
lectures were titled "Tibetan Painting Art Seen through the Eyes
of a Western Scientist" and "Fascinating NMR Insights with Applications
to Chemistry, Biology, and Medicine."
coorganizers: S.V. Babu, R. Singh, M. Oliver and N. Hayasaka
San Francisco, California, April 2 - 3, 2002
Chemical Society's Short Course
Micelles Liposomes, and Liquid Crystals in Emulsions and
Chemistry Professor Yuzhuo Li (Clarkson University) &
Emeritus Professor of Chemistry Stig Friberg ( Clarkson
Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York
May 6 - 10, 2002
register call 800-227-5558 or 202-872-4600 or register on
line at http://www.acs.org/shortcourses.)
Modification of Particles for Improved Performance: Introduction
to Particle Coating Technology"
Instructors: Dr. Richard Partch, Senior University
Dr. Curtis Zimmermann , Manager of New Technologies of Engelhard
CAMP, Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York
May 16 -17,
Annual Technical Meeting
Hotel & Conference Center
Saratoga Springs, New York, May 13-15, 2002
International Symposium on
Chemical- Mechanical Polishing (CMP)
Resort, Lake Placid, New York
August 11 - 14, 2002
(For information about CAMP industrial short
courses, please call
Professor Richard Partch
or send e-mail to him
** Information, on these and other CAMP
events, is available at the CAMP web site at http://www.clarkson.edu/camp.
Professor Richard Partch Mentors Clarkson's First Kodak Graduate
Student Fellow. Senior University Professor Richard Partch has
been recognized by the Eastman Kodak Company (a CAMP Corporate
Sponsor) to select and mentor the first Kodak Graduate Student
Fellow to study at Clarkson University. This challenging responsibility
is funded for up to five years and involves research in the area
of printing technology. Professor Partch has selected Carolynn
Mosenteen (a chemistry major at Clarkson University), for the
left: Dr. William Mckenna (Director of External Technology, Eastman
Kodak Research Laboratories), Kodak Graduate Student Fellow Carolynn
Mosenteen, and Clarkson's Senior University Professor Richard
Clifford Morgan (IBM Microelectronics Division in Essex Junction,
Vermont) received a plaque for his outstanding contributions to
Clarkson University's Chemical-Mechanical Planarization Facility.
From left: CAMP Professor Yuzhuo Li, Dr. Clifford Morgan of IBM,
and Vice Provost and CAMP Director S.V. Babu. In addition, Dr.
Morgan presented the seminar entitled "End Point Detection in
an Oxide / Nitride Chemical- Mechanical Polishing Process."
acquires additional sponsors.
Corporation in Ogdensburg, New York, joins
CAMP as a New York State Associate.
Systems, Inc. in Ontario, New York, joins CAMP
as a New York State Associate