Talks

Public Lecture: Allis D.G. “International Observe The Moon Night” – Technology Alliance of Central New York and Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology Sweet Science Series Inaugural Lecture, Syracuse, NY, October 8, 2016.

Keynote Lecture: Allis D.G. “Gravitational Waves – A New Way to Know the Universe” – Kopernik AstroFest 2016, Kopernik Astronomical Society, Vestal, NY, October 8, 2016.

Public Lecture: Allis D.G. “A Big Year For Dwarf Planets: Highlights Of The NASA Missions To Ceres & Pluto” – Central New York Skeptics, DeWitt, NY, January 20, 2016.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “There’s Plenty Marooned At The Bottom – The Possibilities And Politics Of Molecular Manufacturing” – SRC, Inc. Syracuse, NY January 25, 2013.

Public Lecture: Allis D.G. “A Most Unlikely Obvious Molecule – DNA And Its Consequences” – Central New York Skeptics, DeWitt, NY, November 7, 2012.

Public Lecture: Allis D.G. “Controversy In Science” – Central New York Skeptics, DeWitt, NY, January 18, 2012.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “When Mechanical Engineering and Quantum Mechanics Meet – Using Computational Chemistry to Predict a Future for Molecular Manufacturing” – A*STAR – Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) Workshop on Atom Technology and its Applications, Singapore, June 10, 2010.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “I Want A New (Vitamin B12-Based Bioconjugate Approach To Deliver A) Drug” and “Single Atom Manipulation And The Chemistry Of Mechanosynthesis” – Syracuse University Project Advance Spring Meeting, Syracuse, NY, April 27, 2010 and Lubin House, New York City, NY, May 13, 2010.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “Vitamin B12 As A Tool For Drug Delivery; Building Atom-By-Atom – Computational Studies In Mechanosynthesis” – Syracuse University Project Advance Spring Meeting, Syracuse, NY, April 27, 2010 and Lubin House, New York City, NY, May 13, 2010.

Interview: “Syracuse University Partners With Serum Institute Of India To Develop Vaccines For Children” – Syracuse University Arts and Sciences Press Release, 2008.

Slidecast: Allis D.G. “Single-Atom Manipulation and the Chemistry of Mechanosynthesis” – NanoScienceWorks, Taylor & Francis Publishers (www.nanoscienceworks.org/slidecast), December, 2007.

Interview: “Solid-State Modeling of the Terahertz Spectrum of the Explosive HMX” – Accelrys case study (www.accelrys.com), August, 2006.

Interview: Olson S. “An Interview with Damian Gregory Allis” – for Nanotech.biz (www.nanotech.biz), November, 2005.

Interview: Caponi K.A. “Towards Computing Crystal Forms” – Access Magazine, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Vo. 17, No. 1, Spring 2004.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “Single Atom Manipulation and the Chemistry of Mechanosynthesis” – Productive Nanosystems: Launching the Technology Roadmap, Arlington, VA USA October 9-10, 2007.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “Chemical Origins of Solid-State Terahertz Spectra” – DIA/NGA Community Academic Summit, Williamsburg VA June 11-13, 2007.

Lecture: Allis D.G. “Novel Imaging and Spectroscopy Technologies – Terahertz Detector Device Deployment and Theory for Terahertz Biomolecular And Molecular Threat Agent Spectroscopy” – IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Colloquium, Chantilly, VA, April 30 – May 3, 2007.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “Nanosystem Simulation and Design for Molecular Manufacturing” – Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, February 27, 2007.

Keynote Lecture: Allis D.G. “Nanotechnology and Molecular Manufacturing” – Ibero- American Conference for University and College Presidents: Global Workforce Trends and Emerging Technologies, Advanced Technology Center ATC, Alamo Community College District, San Antonio, Texas September 18-20, 2006.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “Computational Chemistry for the Next 6 Months and 50 (or so) Years: Quantum Theory Applications in Homeland Security and Molecular Manufacturing” – Syracuse University Project Advance Spring Meeting, Syracuse, NY, March 22, 2006 and Lubin House, New York City, NY, May 27, 2006.

Lecture: Allis D.G. “The Design of Carbon Nanotube-Based Dative Structures from Supramolecular Principles” – Foresight Institute Tenth Conference on Nanotechnology, Bethesda, MD, October 10-12, 2002.

Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. “An Introduction to Computer Aided Chemistry and Nanomechanical Design Using CAChe” – Syracuse University Project Advance Spring Meeting, Lubin House, New York City, NY, May 18-19, 2000.

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