(Above link will not be available until about five minutes before each seminar begins)
The webcast is provided as an mms (Microsoft Media Server) stream, and can be viewed with a variety of media players, such as Windows Media Player, the free VLC (Video Lan Client) Media Player, and RealPlayer.
It's possible that if you click the link above, your web browser will automatically open a suitable media player. If that does not work, here are alternative tips:
1. Run Windows Media Player. Press CTRL-U on your keyboard and enter the URL: mms://webcast.chem.utk.edu:8080.
2. The VLC Media Client is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. You may obtain it here: http://www.videolan.org. After installing VLC, run it and click Media > Open Network Stream. Then enter the URL:
3. Mac users may also use Quicktime, but it will require installing the free program "Flip4Mac", which enables playing Windows Media files.
Live webcasts are provided with partial support from the National Science Foundation (grant CHE-9974734) through the NSF's Research Site for Educators in Chemistry Program. They are produced and distributed with technical assistance from the University of Tennessee's Office of Information Technology, which also stores archived webcasts of past seminars dating back to September 2004.
Time & Location
All seminars are hosted in Buehler 555 or Buehler 415 of the Chemistry building on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Seminars begin at 3:35 PM EST on each Thursday indicated. Webcasts begin streaming about five minutes before the seminar starts.
Fall 2015 Chemistry Seminar Schedule
Note: Fall 2015 Schedule webcast information may still change
Previous Chemistry Seminar Schedules
- Spring 2015
- Fall 2014
- Spring 2014
- Fall 2013
- Spring 2013
- Fall 2012
- Spring 2012
- Fall 2011
- Spring 2011
- Fall 2010
- Spring 2010
- Fall 2009
- Spring 2009
- Fall 2008
- Spring 2008
- Fall 2007
- Spring 2007
- Fall 2006
Webcast Seminar Archive
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS!!
Our webcast archives are hosted at OIT's Digital Media Serivces (DMS).
Non-UT visitors will need to do a free registration to access the catalog and view the archived webcasts. Click the above link, then hover your mouse pointer over "Welcome Guest" in the upper right; then
click "Login". Fill in the registration form, using this Passcode: 9743141. Then click "Register."
UT faculty, staff and students: Click the above link, then hover your mouse pointer over "Welcome Guest" in the upper right; then click "Login". Next, click the link at the bottom of the page "Already have a username and password?". You may then login using your NetID (not email address, but just the NetID) and associated password.
Microsoft Silverlight will be required to watch the videos, but you will be prompted to install it when you click the Play button. It seems that there are issues with Internet Explorer for certain versions and OS platforms. The use of Firefox or Chrome is recommended.
After you login, you will see the current semester's webcasts. There is a sort filter at the top; click the sort filter to choose "Date: New..Old" in order to see the most recent talks at the top of the list.
Faculty Presentation for First-Year Graduate Students
All presentations will be given in Bu511. Unless a time slot is empty, there will be one lunch time presentation (12:15 noon – 1:00PM) and two evening talks (6:45PM - 7:30PM, 7:30PM - 8:15PM). This series is not part of Chem 501. Please check this webpage frequently for updates. 1st-year graduate students are encouraged to attend as many presentations as possible (minimum of seven). Download 2014 schedule now.