Chemistry Seminars - 2019

Researchers from the Department of Chemistry host regular seminars to showcase their work across applied projects in health, environment, energy technology and defence.

Academics and students from collaborative institutions are also invited to share their research and knowledge when visiting our department and school.

The seminars are open to the public, industry, researchers from other departments, schools and universities, and to current and past students.


Seminar schedule - Department of Chemistry

  • Location: MacBeth Lecture Theatre - Badger building | Map
  • Time: 1:00 - 2:00pm (unless otherwise stated)
Date Speaker Presentation
August 30
Jun Lee
PhD student - University of Adelaide

Development of new antibiotics based on biotin biology

Thursday (12pm)
September 5
Professor Michelle Coote
Australia National University

Catalyzing and controlling chemical reactions with electric fields

September 6
Rouven Becker
PhD student - University of Adelaide

Design and synthesis of cadherin antagonists for the inhibition of cell adhesion

September 13
Associate Professor Simon Humphrey
The University of Texas at Austin
Phosphine-arsine and chalcogenide-based MOFs and unusual noble metal alloy nanocatalysts
September 20
Dr Christopher Hyland
University of Wollongong

Synthesis and transition metal-catalysed reactivity of allenyloxazolidinones

September 27
Professor Michael Yu
The University of Queensland
To be confirmed
September 30

Professor Susumu Kitagawa
Director, Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan

Fourth generation (4G) porous coordination polymers/metal-organic frameworks
Thursday (4pm)
October 3
Ruth Wang
PhD student - University of Adelaide

Proteomic and structural characterisation of snake venom proteins using mass spectrometry

October 4

Dr Joel Hooper
Monash University

To be confirmed
October 14 (11am)
Associate Professor Lisa Martin
Monash University
To be confirmed
October 11

Professor Min Chen
University of Sydney

To be confirmed
November 15
Professor John Sader
The University of Melbourne
To be confirmed
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