Seminar Series

Department Seminar Series

  • Thursdays 2:30pm-3:30pm
  • Room 215, Dupuis Hall
  • There will be an Open Discussion in the same room immediately following the seminar
  • Refreshments will be provided.
FALL TERM SEMINAR SCHEDULE
DateSeminar DetailsPresenter
September 13

Mr. Judah Dos Santos & Mr. Rolf Turunen
Santur Brewery Inc.

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September 27

Dr. Stephen Scribner, Director of Intellectual Property
Queen's University, Office of Partnerships and Innovation

October 11 Dr. Joseph Schork
Georgia Tech
“Polymer Reaction Engineering in the Origins of Life: How to Get from Synthetic Rubber to Chemical Evolution.” 
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November 1 Ms. Callista Preusser
BASF
“How I work: A Guide to approach the scale up of new products.”
Presseur
November 15

Mr. Lane Desborough
Bigfoot Biomedical
“Where Can Automation Take You?” 

Slides from Seminar

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November 29

Graduate Student - Seminar Day

Student Seminars are presented BMH 213. Agendas and abstracts will be updated below when they are available.

Beamish-Munro Hall Room 213
Click here for Agenda and Abstracts
 
WINTER TERM SEMINAR SCHEDULE
DateSeminar DetailsPresenter
January 17


Brad Easton
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Inebriated electrochemistry: Recent advances in materials for electrochemical breath alcohol sensing

BEaston
January 31

Peter Hodson
Queen's University
"The risks to fish of oil spills in rivers - Hyporheic flows and oil contamination of spawning shoals"

Hodson
February 14

Michael Pope
University of Waterloo
Manipulating 2D Materials with Interfacial Engineering Approaches for Improved Electrochemical Devices

Pope
February 28

Omar Garcia Valdez
GreenCentre Canada
Graft modification of natural polysaccharides via Nitroxide-mediated polymerzation

Omar
March 14

Piet Iedema
University of Amsterdam
Polymer modeling for Art and Industry

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Iedema
March 28

David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series

Dr. Christopher Swartz
McMaster University
Design for Dynamic Performance - From Process Plants to Supply Chain Networks

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CSwatrz
April 11


Keryn Lian
University of Toronto
Towards Solid, Flexible and Wearable Energy Storage Systems

Lian
April 25

Graduate Student Seminar Day

  • Student Abstracts, Group 1 - DUP 215
  • Group 1 Agenda - DUP 215
  • Student Abstracts, Group 2 - DUP 217
  • Group 2 Agenda - DUP 217

Attendance is mandatory for students registered in CHEE897.

View seminars from previous terms.