SEMESTER 2 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Date Speaker  Topic
1 pm Tuesday 28th October

Emma Muehlberg
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

Building Block Approach to Artificial Ion Channels

Abstract

1:30 pm Tuesday 28th October

Josie Nunn
MSc Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

To be advised 

1 pm Monday 10th November

Prof Adam Hitchcock
McMaster University
Canada 

To be advised 

1 pm Tuesday 11th November

Genevieve Dennison
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

Fundamental Interactions of Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents with Luminescent Lanthanide Complexes

Abstract

1:30 pm Tuesday 11th November

Joshua Britton
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders Univeristy 

To be advised 

1 pm Tuesday 18th November

Wenlong Chen
Monash University 

To be advised 

1 pm Tuesday 25th November

Rebecca Norman
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

To be advised 

1:30 pm Tuesday 25th November 

Chris Hassam
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

To be advised 

1 pm Tuesday 2nd December

Prof Julian Gale

Curtin University 

To be advised 

SEMINARS PRESENTED IN SEMESTER 2 2014

Speaker  Topic

Prof Naresh Kumar
School of Chemistry
University of New South Wales 

Bio-inspired development of antimicrobial compounds and coatings

Abstract 

Mr Tim Zhao and Assoc Prof Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem
Institute for Photonics & Advanced Sensing (IPAS)
School of Chemistry and Physics
Adelaide University 

Exploring Upconversion Nanocrystals for Next-generation Biolabels and Photonic Devices

Abstract

Optical glasses and fibres for
bio/chemical sensing and novel light sources

Abstract 

Prof Paul Dagdigian
Department of Chemistry
John Hopkins University
Baltimore, USA  

“Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy and Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy: Two Sensitive Laser Analytical Methods”

Abstract 

Prof Chengzhong Michael Yu
Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology
The University of Queensland 

Designer Functional Nano-materials

Abstract

 

Kate Moore
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

Properties and Application of Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Sorted via Gel Permeation

Abstract

 

David Doughty
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University  

Impurities in the “Baeyer-Villiger pathway” to Methamphetamine Analogies from Substituted Benzaldehyde

Abstract 

 

Daniel Kerrigan
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University 

Grand structure and properties of 3-space

Abstract

 

Chee Ling Tong
PhD Student
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University  

Synthesis of Mesoporous Silica using vortex fluidic device (VFD) and Its Applications

Abstract 

 

Prof Tim Wess
Executive Dean of Science
Charles Sturt University  

Reading the Unreadable

Abstract 

Prof Neil Barnett
Centre for Chemistry and Biotechnology
School of Life and Environmental Sciences
Deakin University  

Contributions to Analytical Chemistry

Abstract 

 

Prof Dan Li
Department of Materials Engineering
Monash University 

What is unique about chemically converted graphene?

Abstract

 

Christiaan Ridings
PhD Student
School of  Chemical and Physical Science
Flinders University   

Investigating the surface structure of liquids containing ionic species

Abstract

 

Anirudh Sharma
PhD Student
School of  Chemical and Physical Science
Flinders University  

Electronic Properties of Interfaces In Organic Solar Cells

Abstract

 

Prof Allan Pring
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Flinders University
Department of Mineral Science
South Australian Museum

Hydrothermal replacement reactions in materials chemistry synthesis or how to make the Olympic Dam deposit in a Test Tube

Abstract