Meet University of Manchester Chemistry Academics

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¬Meet a Chemistry Academic 2020¬
Organized by ChemSoc & The Chemistry PASS Scheme
Interested in finding more about different themes in chemistry? This is the chance!
The event is open to anyone who has an interest in chemistry or a related field, including, but not limited to, physics, biology, biochemistry, environmental science, education and teaching. This includes students currently studying A/L's as well from any country and is a completely free event!

Register here: https://forms.gle/MzXWCuyDBPhHnWZ8A
Speakers include:

(a)22nd July 2020

1. Dr. David Mills (Inorganic Chemistry) - Inorganic Synthesis, Molecular magnetism & Spectroscopy.

Session suitable for those who have an interest in inorganic chemistry, inorganic spectroscopic analysis, and its applications including in nuclear fuel cycles and data storage.

2. Prof. Peter Budd (Materials Chemistry) - Novel Polymers, 2D materials & Membranes for Molecular Separations.

Session suitable for those who have an interest in materials chemistry, industrial separations and membrane technologies.

3. Dr. Kristy Turner (Chemical Education) - STEM Teaching, portfolio careers & science communication.

Session suitable for those who have an interest in teaching, science writing and communication as well as other careers that are possible after completing a STEM based degree.

4. Prof. Perdita Barran & Dr. Drupad Trivedi (Analytical Chemistry) - Mass spectrometry, chemometrics and it’s applications to biomarker discovery and on tuberculosis.

Session suitable for those who have an interest in analytical science, including mass spectrometry, and its applications in diagnosis of Parkinson's disease and TB.

(b) 23rd July 2020
1. Dr. Nicholas F. Chilton (Theoretical Chemistry) - Quantum Chemistry & Computational Chemistry

Session suitable for those who have an interest in quantum mechanics, science based program development and theoretical chemistry.

2. Prof. Igor Larrosa (Organic Chemistry) - Catalysis & Organic Synthesis

Session suitable for those who have an interest in organic chemistry, including catalysis and organic synthesis.

3. Dr. Nicholas Weise (Chemical Biology) - Biocatalysis, sustainable chemistry & Public Engagement

Session suitable for those who have an interest in enzymes and their applications, sustainable development of existing chemical processes & in public engagement.

Any questions, please feel free to message or email at [email protected]!
 
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