SEMESTER 1 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Date Speaker  Topic
1 pm Tuesday 22 April

Simon Bou
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University   

Size Controlled Polymer and DNA Nanotechnology

Abstract

1:30 pm Tuesday 22 April

Caroline Watson
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

Development of a Bench-top Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy System to Improve Sensitivity and Selectivity

Abstract 

1 pm Tuesday 29 April

Dr Peter Duggan
CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering

Pain Blockers and Boronolectins

Abstract 

1 pm Tuesday 27 May

Prof Dr Sven Ingebrandt
Department of Computer Science and Microtechnology
University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern
Germany 

Micro- and nanoscale sensor arrays for biomedical applications 

Abstract

SEMINARS PRESENTED IN SEMESTER 1 2014

Speaker  Topic

Assoc Prof Mike Ford
School of Physics and Advanced Materials
University of Technology

Sydney  

Materials Discovery through Computer Simulation

Abstract

 

Prof Brian Yates
Executive Director
Engineering, Mathematical and Information Sciences
Australian Research Council 

Spin-system crossing points in reaction mechanisms and ARC funding for physics and chemistry

Abstract 

 

Rhys Murphy
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University  

Allosteric Porphyrin Molecular Tweezers

Abstract 

 

Prof Cameron Jones
School of Chemistry
Monash University  

The stabilization and "transition metal-like" reactivity of low oxidation state/low coordination group 14 metal complexes

Abstract 

 

Prof Harald Morgner
Wilhelm-Ostwald Institute for Physical and theoretical Chemistry
University Leipzig
Germany 

Thermodynamic concepts in fluid systems with capillary forces

Abstract

 

Dr Kentaro Tashiro
NIMS
Japan 

Novel Synthetic Challenges at Boundaries

Abstract  

Emeritus Professor F. Richard Keene
School of Pharmacy & Molecular Sciences
James Cook University
School of Chemistry & Physics
University of Adelaide  

Polypyridyl ruthenium(II) complexes as cytotoxic lipophilic cations:
new paradigms for old molecules?

Abstract

 

Prof Hidde Brongersma
Eindhoven University of Technology
Imperial College

London 

The Outer Surface, Ultra-thin layers and Interfaces studied by High-Sensitivity LEIS

Abstract 

 

Dr Birendra Singh
CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering

Instability in amorphous oxide thin-film transistors

Abstract

 

Rhiannon Creasey
National Institute for Materials Science (NMIS)
Japan
  

Peptide Design and Characterisation for Nanoelectronic Applications

Abstract

 
Dr Barbara Horvath
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Japan
 

Interface examination of conductive polymer/metal composite with through-silicon via for 3D-LSI

Abstract