For two millennia, the regular Platonic polyhedra have fascinated not just mathematicians, but also artists and the general public. When realized in appropriate materials, these shapes yield beautiful art objects.
This information session will provide faculty, postdocs and PhD students with an overview of Germany's vibrant research landscape, useful tools for identifying potential collaborators and information on funding opportunities open to Canadian scholars through the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and its partner organizations.
The session will be presented by John Paul Kleiner, Senior Manager, University Relations at the DAAD Information Centre in Toronto.
Discover how large area, multi-spectral digital X-ray machines are driving medical imaging into the 21st century with Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Karim S. Karim.
Feel free to bring your lunch — light refreshments will be provided.
Presented by Eric Luvisotto, Technology Transfer Officer, Waterloo Commercialization Office, the workshop will start with a review of University of Waterloo IP followed by a detailed discussion on trademarks, trade secrets, and industrial designs. A Q&A and short networking session will follow.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Joan B. Rose, winner of the 2016 Stockholm Water Prize and Homer Nowlin Chair in Water Research at Michigan State University, presents: Monitoring Pathogen Concentrations in Sewage to Inform Treatment Goals and Public Health Risks.
Paid parking is available in several lots. Lot C is recommended and should have availability.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Jeremy Schmidt, lecturer of Human Geography at Durham University, United Kingdom, presents: Water: Abundance, Scarcity, and Security in the Age of Humanity.
Coffee and light refreshments provided.