2018 Seminars

Date Speaker Title
February 27 Aaron Slepkov, Trent University Spectral-focusing CARS microscopy:The agile and inexpensive swiss-army knife of label-free hypermicroscopy
March 13 Rob Schurko, University of Windsor NMR Across the Periodic Table: Observing "Invisible" Nuclides in Solid Materials
March 22 Silvia Scorza, SuperCDMS SNOLAB Whispers in the Dark
May 15 Chang-Yong Kim, Canadian Light Source Application of Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction for Materials Characterizations
September 14 (presented jointly with the Chemistry Department) Roald Hoffmann, Cornell University Inverting Ligand Fields
September 18 Michel Gingras, University of Waterloo Has Compelling Experimental Evidence for Order-by-Disorder at Last Been Found in a Frustrated Magnetic Material?
October 2 John Katsaras, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Static and Dynamic Neutron Scattering Studies of Biological Membranes
October 18 Sarah Rauscher, University of Toronto Molecular Simulations of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
November 6 Debra Wunch, University of Toronto Using Atmospheric Remote Sensing to Examine the Earth's Carbon Cycle
November 13 Young-June Kim, University of Toronto TBA
November 20 Sergey Krylov, York University TBA

2018 Thesis Defence Presentations

Date Speaker Degree Title

Unless otherwise noted, Departmental seminars are at 2:00pm in MC H313.
Past years' seminars:

2018 * 2017 * 2016 * 2015 * 2014 * 2013 * 2012 * 2011 * 2010 * 2009 * 2008 * 2007 * 2006 * 2005 * 2004 * 2003 * 2002 * 2001 * 2000 * 1994-1999