Please join the department as Jun Geun Um defends their PhD thesis on the fabrication of polyurethane/graphene composites via in-situ polymerization and their application to protect steel pipes against corrosive agents in the oil and gas industries.
You are welcome to attend Silu Chen's PhD defense, when they will discuss the use of pebax-based composite membranes for carbon capture.
You are invited to attend Ehsan Haghi's PhD defense, where he will discuss his research on the the use of game theory to analyze energy systems.
Please join us to learn about opportunities for research at the Canadian Light Source from Dr. Ning Chen, Canadian Light Source’s Senior Staff Scientist, Beamline Responsible.
You are invited to attend Mina Rafieishishavan's PhD defense, where she will discuss a practical and systematic method for integrating design and control that she has applied to medium-scale and large-scale applications.
You are welcome to attend Zhelun Li's comprehensive exam, in which they will discuss the research they are conducting under the supervision of Professor Xianshe Feng.
Please join the Department of Chemical Engineering for a seminar by Carnegie Mellon University's Professor L. T. Biegler about advanced nonlinear programming strategies for process intensification, including how powerful, large-scale nonlinear optimization strategies lead to the systematic synthesis of processes that integrate a variety of reaction and separation steps.
Join us to learn more about the exciting research being conducted by masters students in the Chemical Engineering department.
Women in Engineering is hosting a fun afternoon mixer where female students and female faculty can connect and get inspired over light snacks and refreshments in a casual, stress- free environment.
Sileola Ogunlaja will be defending their research into the effects of nanoparticle interfacial additives on phase inversion of Pickering emulsion during a closed-door PhD defense session.
Please join us to hear Dr. Denis Yu from the School of Energy and Environment at City University of Hong Kong speak about a new metal-metal battery that is free from complex material synthesis processes and can turn cheap and abundant metals into potential high-voltage batteries.
You are invited to join the department for a seminar by Dr. Patrick Lee on his research on the process-structure-property relations of multiphase lightweight polymer foam structures and University of Toronto’s foam processing and characterization capabilities.
Please join the Department of Chemical Engineering for a seminar on the application of nanostructured materials to address challenges in sustainable energy conversion/storage and the environment by Dr. Shuhui Sun from Montreal’s Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique.