Graduate Studies Seminar Series

Thursday, October 29, 2020 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm EDT (GMT -04:00)

Join us to learn more about the exciting research being conducted by masters students in the Chemical Engineering department. 

To graduate, MASc students must complete a degree milestone by presenting one research seminar before submitting their thesis. This term's series of MASc seminars, which will be assessed by the presenters' supervisors and one member of the Graduate Research Council, will include the following:

Presenter Seminar

Cyrus Fiori, supervised by Professor Legge and Professor Willett

In vitro model of patho-physiologically relevant oxidative bone damage and tissue-level fragility

Yunsheng Jian, Supervised by Professor Li

Development of donor polymer material for solar cells

Mike Mckague, supervised by Professor Gostick

Development of Pore Network Model for Capacitive Deionization

Omar Morsy, supervised by Professor  Elkamel

Optimal Pathway for Energy Recovery in Municipal WWTPs

All graduate students are welcome  - and encouraged! - to attend these seminars. Each student that attends the full hour of seminars, including those presenting, will receive credit for seminar attendance.