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.
DateSeminar DetailsPresenter

September 12

Zhe She
Queen's University, Chemistry Department
The Roles of Scanning Probe Techniques in Nanofabrication and Biosensing

September 26

Dr. Cecile Malardier
Royal Military College of Canada
Nanomaterials at the Interface Link Between Computation and Experiment

October 10

Steven J. Cooke
Carleton University
Myth busting 101: In Being Relavant and Effective as an Early Career Researcher

October 31

Janani Swamy
Site Head, Framingham Biologics
Transformation of Healthcare and the Industrialization of Biologics Manufacturing

November 14

Graduate Student Seminar Day

Agenda - BMH 109
Student Abstracts - BMH 109

Agenda - BMH 213
Student Abstracts - BMH 213

November 28

Giovanniantonio Natale
University of Calgary
Shear flow Response of Anisotropic Brownian Particles: Dilute to Nematic Regime

DateSeminar DetailsPresenter

January 9

Jesse Greener
Laval University
Beyond biochemistry: combining analytical chemistry and microfluidics to study "living catalytic materials"

January 23

Marc Dube
University of Ottawa
Sustainable Polymer Reaction Engineering - Looking Through Green Coloured Glasses

February 6

Marcelo Carmo
Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany
Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Water Electrolyzers - Current Challenges, and Perspectives Beyond 2020

February 20

Michael Baldea
University of Texas
Closed-loop, feedback-based process operations: Planning and Scheduling

March 5

Dr. Nicolas Abatzoglou
University of Sherbrooke
The Pfizer Chair and the real-time monitoring of powders in a tablet process: Proof-of-concept towards implementation

March 19 


April 2 


April 23

CANCELLED until further notice

Graduate Student Seminar Day
Agendas and abstracts will be updated below when they are available

Attendance is mandatory for students registered in CHEE897

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