Seminar Series

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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
Date Seminar Details Presenter

September 16

Paul Duchesne, Queen's University - Chemistry
Heterogeneous Catalysts for the Conversion of CO2 to Value-added Products

 Paul Duchesne

September 30

Erik Kjeang, Simon Fraser University
The Quest for Fuel Cell Longevity

 

October 14

Lydia Wilkinson, University of Toronto
Supporting the whole engineer: from principles to practice in transdisciplinary engineering education

 

November 4

Dr. Arghavan Mirahsani, Grafoid
Application of Graphene Family in Water and Wastewater Treatment

 

November 18

Graduate Student Seminar Day
Agenda: Session 1, Session 2

Student Abstracts

 

 

WINTER TERM SEMINAR SCHEDULE
Date Seminar Details Presenter

January 13

TBA

 

January 27

Charles Jia, University of Toronto
Is Black the New Green? - Monolithic Biochar as Functional Material for Sustainability. *Virtual Delivery*

 

February 10

Zhibin Ye, Concordia University
Designing Ultrasmall Carbon Nanospheres with Tailored Sizes and Textural Properties by Catalytic Miniemulsion Polymerization for Electrochemical Energy Storage *Virtual Delivery*

 

February 24

Roshni Rainblow, Mechanical & Materials Engineering, Queen's University
Harnessing Inflammation to Promote Regeneration

 

March 10

Drew Higgins, McMaster University
Development and understanding of catalysts for electrochemical CO2 conversion

 

March 24

Ehssan Koupaie, Chemical Engineering, Queen's University
Organic Waste Management: from TREATMENT to RESOURCE RECOVERY

 

April 7

Radhakrishnan Mahadevan, University of Toronto
Dynamic Control of Metabolism

 

April 28

Student Seminar Day
Agenda: Session 1

Student Abstracts

Attendance is mandatory for students registered in CHEE897

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