Yue Yu will discuss their research of CO2 methanation over alumina-supported cobalt oxide and carbide synthesized by reverse microemulsion method in a closed MASc oral exam.
You are welcome to attend Noushin Majdabadifarahani's MASc oral exam, in which she will discuss her research evaluating polymeric materials as sensing materials for acetone, formaldehyde and benzene detection.
Sadru Walji will discuss his research on the virucidal properties of a copper-nickel-zinc alloy designed to replace stainless steel high-touch surfaces.
Sogol Mottaghi-Tabar will discuss their research into the economic feasibility of constructing a SNG production facility for upgrading biogas through the Sabatier reaction at their closed MASc oral exam.
You are welcome to attend Sungo Park's final PhD defense, in which he will discuss his research into developing a technology to characterize and process environmentally friendly materials using starch as co-polymer and nano-filler. The research aimed to extend the range of properties of starch materials while maintaining environmental benefits and competitive physical properties for applications such as packaging and agriculture.
Please join the Department of Chemical Engineering on Friday, August 2, for a seminar by Dr. Yaser Abu-Lebdeh, Senior Research Officer at National Research Council of Canada (NRC). He will give an overview of the NRC’s battery technology research activities.
Guanjie Sun will discuss their research related to using greenhouse gases to produce renewable synthetic fuels and chemicals in a closed MASc oral exam.
You are welcome to attend the oral defence portion of Maiwen Zhang's PhD comprehensive exam, in which they will discuss their research under supervisor Professor Aiping Yu.
The Tsinghua-Waterloo Joint Forum on Advances in Energy and Environmental Technologies will bring together leading experts in the fields of sustainable energy management, novel energy production, biofuels, pollution mitigation, fuel cells, and next-generation rechargeable energy systems.
Join us for a dialogue exchange on exploring mutual advocacy for a brighter Engineering community
Let’s create safe space to discuss stigma we experience and how we can enable mutual advocacy through our shared wisdom. Join us for a dialogue exchange. Here we will collaboratively engage in a sharing circle modeled from indigenous practices and guided by a trained facilitator. Come hold some space with us. Space is limited! Light refreshments provided. All Engineering Graduate Students welcome.