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Chemical Engineering

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 17

Brian Amsden
Queen's University
Viscous Liquid Biodegradable Polymer Strategies for Therapeutic Protein Delivery"

Brian Amsden
October 1

Luis Ricardez Sandoval
University of Waterloo
"Uncertainty analysis tools applied in multiscale process systems and integration of design and control"

Luis Ricardez Sandoval
October 15

Joao Soares
University of Alberta
"Flocculation of mature fine tailings: Is there a solution in sight for the Canadian oil sands environmental challenge?"

Joao Soares
November 5

Graduate Student - Seminar Day November 5, 2015

Student Seminars are presented in two locations. Please review the agendas and abstracts below.

 
November 19

Basil Favis
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
"Complex Morphologies in Multiphase Polymers : A Route to Next-Generation Materials"

Basil Favis
December 3

Kibret Mequanint
University of Western Ontario
"Fabrication of Vascular Tissues Through Scaffold-guided Regulation of Smooth Muscle Cell Phenotype"

Kibret Mequanint
WINTER TERM SEMINAR SCHEDULE
DateSeminar DetailsPresenter
January 14

Patrick Mather
Syracuse University
"Shape Memory and Smart Rubber"

Patrick Mather
January 28

Andrew Daugulis
Queen's University
"The Science and Engineering Behind Bioprocess Development: The Case Study of Partitioning Bioreactor Technology"

Andrew Daugulis - Professor of Chemical Engineering, Biology, and Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
February 25

David Sinton
University of Toronto
"Microfluidics for Energy Applications"

David Sinton
March 10

Elena Baranova
University of Ottawa
"Electrochemical Promotion and Metal Support Interaction Phenomena in Heterogeneous Catalysis: Application to Oxidation of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)"

Elena Baranova
March 24

Heather Pilkington
First Key Consulting Inc.
"Trends and Opportunities in the Brewing Industry"
The Department of Chemical Engineering is grateful to Stone City Ales, Kingston for co-sponsoring this seminar.

Heather Pilkington
April 7

Greg Russell
University of Canterbury
"Do we Really Understand the Kinetics of Radical Polymerization"

Greg Russell
April 28

Graduate Student Seminar Day

Student Seminars are presented in two locations.  Please review the agendas and abstracts below.

 

Dupuis 215

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Dupuis 217

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Attendance is mandatory for students registered in CHEE897.

View seminars from previous terms.