"Interactions Between DNA and Au3+ Ions: DNAzymes and Biosensing"
Supervisor: J. Liu
Reactivity Ratio Estimation in Co- and Ter-polymerizations
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Waterloo
"Optimization of blade spray geometries for multiresidue applications and differing ambient techniques"
Supervisor: J. Pawliszyn
"Tuning Plasmonic Properties in Sb-doped Sn02 Nanocrystals"
Supervisor: P. Radovanovic
Are you a graduate student, undergraduate student, or from the UWaterloo chemistry community that is curious about commercializing chemistry?
Discover innovations from final year student research teams at Nanotechnology Engineering's Capstone Design Symposium. Students will demonstrate nano-sized solutions that deliver a big impact to global problems.
"Time resolved structural dynamics of pure water using femtosecond electron diffraction"
Supervisor: G. Sciaini
"Quantum methodologies for the study of arrays of ortho/para hydrogen molecules"
Supervisor: P.N. Roy
"Surface Coating Studies on High Energy Density Lithium Layered Oxides"
Supervisor: L.F. Nazar
"Synthetic Route to Conjugated Thiophene-S,S-Dioxide-Based Polymers"
Supervisor: D. Schipper
Faculty members, Research staff, Safety Office staff, Research Ethics staff, and Information Systems & Technology staff involved in research using biological, chemical, radiological, or nuclear materials or technology are invited to join Public Safety Canada (PSC) for the Safeguarding science workshop.
"The Interrupted Bamford-Stevens Reaction: Synthesis of α-CF3 Diazo Compounds"
Supervisor: G. Murphy
Role of Topological Phases in Quantum Molecular Dynamics
Assoc. Professor, Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
Friday, March 8, 2019
C2-361 (Reading Room)
Join the Anton-Parr Canada Team at Chemistry C-2, Room 361 for an exclusive dive into viscosity measurement best practices, methods, and the latest in measurement technology. Meet Patricia Gejer (Global Product Manager, ViscoQC), who will be visiting us from Graz, Austria to discuss several industrial and research-specific applications and perform demonstrations on the ViscoQC 100 and 300 models. You will have the opportunity to try them out yourself!
Principles of Polymer Crystallization and Techniques to Study It
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Waterloo