Interested in research? Want to learn more about what our Science grad students are working on? Thinking of competing in the 3 Minute Thesis next year?
Join us to see how the participants use one slide and three minutes to present their research to a public audience.
"Exploring Hypervalent Iodine Reagents as Initiators for Nazarov Cyclizations"
Supervisor: G. Murphy
"Electrochemical Immuno sensor for Early-stage Oral Cancer Detection based on Nanostructured Metal Oxides"
Supervisor: T. Leung
"Development and Study of the Microfluidic Open Port System for Rapid Analysis"
Supervisor: J. Pawliszyn
"Developmental studies of ion mobility techniques and its application to solid phase microextraction"
Supervisor: J. Pawliszyn/S. Hopkins
"Interfacing DNA nanostructures with Liposomes for bioanalytical applications:
Supervisor: J. Liu
"Nanomaterials design for renewable fuels"
Location: EIT 2053
Supervisor: A. Klinkova
"Cu,Zn-Superoxide Dismutase Maturation: A Biophysical Characterization"
Supervisor: E. Meiering
"Advances in two dimensional liquid chromatography (LCxLC)"
Supervisor: T. Gorecki
Location: EIT 2053
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology Seminar Series presents
Modelling and Simulation of Transport Phenomena in Fuel Cell Electrodes
Dr. Ned Djilali, FRSC, FCAE
Canada Research Chair in Advanced Energy Systems Design and Computational Modelling
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Victoria, Canada
Thursday, February 7, 2018
All are welcome to attend.
"Ultrafast dynamical studies of valley-based qubits"
Supervisor: G. Sciaini
"Structural Investigation of Melatonin and its Metabolites as Calmodulin Antagonists and potential Nitric Oxide Synthase Inhibitors"
Supervisor: J.G. Guillemette
Biomedical Applications of Metal-chelating Polymers and Lanthanide Nanoparticles
Mitchell A. Winnik
Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC): A useful tool for studying the micellization of amphiphilic molecules and their binding interactions with polymers
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Waterloo