SEMESTER 1 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Held Mondays at 2 pm in room 2105 Physical Sciences unless otherwise stated.

Date Speaker  Topic
16 March 2015

Prof Leonard Lindoy 

EXTENDED DIKETONE, TRIKETONE AND POLYPYRIDINE DERIVATIVES – VERSATILE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR METALLO-SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY

Abstract

1 pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

Dr Craig Williams
School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
University of Queensland 

Natural Product Isolation, Total Synthesis, and Some Unusual Med Chem

Abstract 

30 March 2015

Zahrah Alhalili
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciencers
Flinders University  

To be advised 

30 March 2015

Nasser Alotaibi
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciencers
Flinders University  

 To be advised

13 April 2015

Mary Garson
University of Queensland 

To be advised 

20 April 2015

Jakob Andersson
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciencers
Flinders University  

To be advised 

20 April 2015

Tim Ditcham
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciencers
Flinders University  

To be advised 

27 April 2015

Sathisha Kamanna
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciencers
Flinders University  

To be advised 

27 April 2015

Kimberly Patterson
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciencers
Flinders University  

To be advised 

4 May 2015 

Prof John Arkwright
South Australian Premier's Professorial Research Fellow in Biomedical Engineering
School of Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics
Flinders University at Tonsley 

Exploring the dark continent with fibre Bragg gratings

Abstract 

SEMINARS PRESENTED IN SEMESTER 1 2015

Speaker  Topic

Haniff Wahid
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciencers
Flinders University  

GRAPHENE OXIDE ENCAPSULATION OF BACTERIA USING VORTEX FLUIDS

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Patryk Syta
PhD Srudent
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences 
Flinders University 

Synthetic Studies Towards Nocapyrone C and D

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Dr David Hoxley
LaTrobe University 

Are remote- access laboratories good enough for students?

Using the Atomic Force Microscope to measure electronic properties of mesoscopic systems

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Prof Pavel Jungwirth
Acad. Sci. of the Czech Republic 

Unraveling the complex nature of the hydrated electron

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