Visiting Speakers Seminars

2021/22 Schedule

All seminars will be held online via Zoom for the Fall 2021 semester.

Date/time

Speaker/Institution

Title/Sponsorship

Host

Friday
September 10
1:30 pm
Professor Mita Dasog
Department of Chemistry
Dalhousie University
Refractory Plasmonic Nanostructures:  Exploring Uncharted Territory N. Schepp
Friday
September 17
1:30 pm
Professor Zachary K. Wickens
Department of Chemistry
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Selective Synthesis using Light and Electricity A. Speed
Friday
September 24
1:30 pm
Professor David Herbert
Department of Chemistry
University of Manitoba
Benzannulated Aromatic N-Heterocycles and their Coordination Complexes L. Turculet
Friday
October 1
1:30 pm
Professor Scott C. Warren
Department of Chemistry
University of North Carolina
Electron Transfer without Redox: A New Paradigm for Energy Storage E. Johnson
Friday
October 8
1:30 pm
Professor Simon Aldridge
Department of Chemistry
University of Oxford
Making and Breaking Chemical Bonds with Electron-rich Main Group Compounds S. Chitnis
Friday
October 15
1:30 pm
Professor E. Charles Sykes
Department of Chemistry
Tufts University
Single-Atom Alloy Catalysts: Born in a Vacuum, Tested in Reactors, and Understood In Silicon P. Zhang
Friday
October 22
1:30 pm
Professor Etienne Caron
Department of Pathology & Cell Biology
University of Montreal
TBA A.A. Doucette
Friday
October 29
1:30 pm
Professor Suzanne Bart
Department of Chemistry
Purdue University
TBA A. Speed
Friday
November 5
1:30 pm
Professor Michelle Adams
School for Resource & Environmental Studies
Dalhousie University
TBA M. Freund
Friday
November 12
1:30 pm
Professor David M. Perrin
Department of Chemistry
The University of British Columbia
TBA D. Jakeman
Friday
November 19
1:30 pm
Professor Mark E. Tuckerman
Department of Chemistry & Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
TBA E. Johnson
Friday
November 26
1:30 pm
Professor Sophie Rousseaux
Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
TBA M. Stradiotto
Friday
December 3
1:30 pm
Professor Alison Scott
Department of Process Engineering & Applied Science
Dalhousie University
TBA M. Stradiotto