Come and explore Chemical Engineering's Capstone Design Symposium!
Graduate students - please stop by for coffee/tea* and treats, and chat with CHE faculty members about whatever is on your mind.
* please bring your own mug, if you have one handy.
1 Slide. 3 Minutes. Outstanding Ideas!
Please arrive early so the event can start on time. Attendance at this event may be counted toward Masters and PhD students Seminar Attendance milestone.
Please note, you will be required to stay for the duration of the competition.
Light refreshments provided.
Hope to see you there!
Dr. Sumit Kundu, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Developer at Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation
ABSTRACT: Membrane technology has emerged as an important separation process for H2 purification, CO2 capture, and water purification. Conventional membrane material designs are often focused on rigid polymers with strong size sieving ability to enhance diffusivity selectivity. In contrast, our research focuses on the exploration of specific interactions between the penetrant and membrane materials to achieve high solubility selectivity and thus high separation performance.
Dr. Yael Zilberman-Simakov, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo
Dr. Lena Ahmadi, Sessional Instructor, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo
Biosketch: Dr. Boghaert joined the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Waterloo as a Lecturer in 2014. She teaches a variety of courses including Chemistry for Engineers, Engineering Biology, Mathematics of Heat and Mass Transfer, Physical Chemistry I and Statistics and Experimental Design.