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Busy Seminar Schedule for January 2014

6 Jan 2014
Seminars 2014

Details on upcoming chemistry seminars.

 

Chemistry Department Seminar Series 2013-2014

Date

Speaker

Title

2013 

Sept 25

Prof. Weidong Chen

Universite du Littoral de Cote d’Opal, France

Analysis of Stable Isotopic Compositions by Laser Absorption Spectroscopy

 

 

 

Oct 18

(Friday)

Dr Daniel Obrist

Desert Research Institute, NV, USA

Terrestrial Ecosystems and Atmospheric Hg Loads: Sequestration of Past

Pollution and Importance of Legacy Re-emissions

Oct 30

Dr Robert Raja

University of Southampton, UK

Engineering Active Sites at the Nanoscale for Sustainable Catalysis

 

 

 

Nov 6

Dr Karen Twomey

Tyndall National Institute, Cork

Future and Emerging Technologies based on Nanosensors

Nov 13

Dr Damien Thompson

University of Limerick, Ireland

Modelling organic-inorganic interfaces

Nov 20

Prof Richard Taylor

University of York, UK

Tandem / Telescoped Approaches to Heterocyclic Scaffolds

 

 

 

  2014  

Jan 8

Dr Tim O’Sullivan

Dept. Chemistry/Pharmacy, UCC

Development of Methodologies for the Synthesis of Bioactive Compounds

Jan 15

Prof Veronique Gouverneur

University of Oxford, UK

Fluorine Chemistry: Cold and Hot Recipes

Jan 16

Thursday@3pm

Kane_G2

Prof Paul McIntyre

Stanford University, USA

Core/Shell Strain, Surface Defect Passivation and Carrier Dynamics in Group IV Nanowires

Jan 22

Prof Jamshed Anwar

Lancaster University, UK

Molecular Simulation of Crystal Nucleation and Growth

Jan 29

Dr Eric Moore

Department of Chemistry/Tyndall, UCC

The Evolution of Biosensors: Aliens v Predators

 

 

 

Feb 5

Prof Carl Percival

University of Manchester, UK

To be confirmed

Feb 12

Prof Anthony West

University of Sheffield, UK

(RSC John B. Goodenough Award 2013)

Materials Chemistry of Oxide Electroceramics

Feb 19

Dr Kevin Critchley

University of Leeds, UK

Bright quantum dots that are not so heavy

Feb 26

Dr Colm O’Dwyer

Dept. Chemistry UCC

Writing on Organic Monolayers with UltraCold Atom Optics – A Platform for Nanofabrication

 

 

 

Mar 5

Prof Mattias Hallquist

Göteborg University, Sweden

Atmospheric Chemistry and Ageing of Organic Aerosols

Mar 12

Dr Donats Erts

University of Latvia, Latvia

Electrical, optical and mechanical properties of semiconductor nanowires

Mar 19

Dr Simon Lawrence

Dept. Chemistry, UCC

Crystal Engineering with Organosulfur Compounds

 

 

 

Apr 25

Friday@1pm

LG_51, CPB

Prof Christina White

University Illinois, USA

(RSC Merck Award 2013)

To be confirmed

 

All seminars will take place in Kane_G18 between 15:00-16:00 (unless stated otherwise)

School of Chemistry

Ceimic

University College Cork, College Rd, Cork, Ireland

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