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 21

Benjamin Vincent
Université catholique de Louvain
"Modelling and control of structured models for multi-physics systems"

October 5

James McLellan
Queen's University
Distinctive Ideas, of Value, Put to Practice: Revisiting Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Universities and the Societies That Support Them

October 19

Ribal Georges Sabat
Royal Military College of Canada
Laser-induced optical nanostructures in azobenzene compounds

November 2

Jeff Gostick
University of Waterloo
"Flow Batteries for Large Scale Energy Storage: Making, Measuring and Modeling Novel Electrodes"

November 16

Graduate Student - Seminar Day November 16, 2017

Student Seminars are presented in two locations. Agendas and abstracts will be updated below when they are available.

Beamish-Munro Hall Room 315
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Beamish-Munro Hall Room 109
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November 30

Todd Hoare
McMaster University
"In situ gelling-hydrogels for medicine and diagnostics"

Todd Hoare
WINTER TERM SEMINAR SCHEDULE
DateSeminar DetailsPresenter
January 11


CANCELLED

January 25

Chad Joshi
Advonex International
“Renewable Hydrocarbons”

February 8

Kyla Sask
McMaster University
“Protein and cell interactions with biomaterials: Surface modification and characterization for improved devices.”

KSask
March 1


CANCELLED

March 15

Prashanta Dutta
Washington State University
"Biofluidic Chip Design for Free Flow Isoelectric Focusing"

March 29

Arun Ramchandran
University of Toronto
"A new perspective on the wetting of a solid surface by the drops of an emulsion"

April 5 (2 hours)

Professional Development Webinar

Cheeky Scientist

April 26

Graduate Student Seminar Day

Attendance is mandatory for students registered in CHEE897.

View seminars from previous terms.