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Inaugural ChemE Exhibition & 32nd Annual ChemE Dinner

Join us for the Inaugural ChemE Exhibition & 32nd Annual ChemE Dinner on Friday, April 7! These two exciting events will showcase the innovative research taking place within the Department, recognize the achievements of our students and faculty, and allow you to network with other members from the U of T Chemical Engineering community.

4:00pm – 5:00pm
Special Talk presented by Professor Greg Evans, Director of SOCAAR
Smokestacks and Tailpipes: Air Pollution and its Impacts in Canada
Note: Limited Seating. Priority given to faculty, research staff, alumni and industry members. Wait list available for grad students.

5:00pm – 6:45pm
Poster Gallery and Cocktail Reception (cash bar)

7:00pm – 9:30pm
32nd Annual ChemE Dinner
Note: The dinner is free for all faculty, staff, post-docs and grad students.

To register for any of these activities, please refer to the internal registration link sent to you through email on Wednesday, March 8. If you did not receive the email and wish to attend, email jennifer.hsu@utoronto.ca

BioZone Research Symposium Spring 2017

BioZone would like to invite everyone to come to the BioZone Research Symposium Spring 2017 on Friday, March 31 (1:10pm -5:30 pm) at University College (UC179). The purpose of the symposium is to facilitate the sharing of research outcomes, ideas, methodologies, and to promote collaborations. It will include 15 minute presentations, 3 minute thesis talks, a poster session, and an invited talk by Professor David Sinton from Department of Mechanical Engineering, U of T. See full agenda and register now at https://www.biozone.utoronto.ca/event/biozone-research-symposium-2017/

MSE Distinguished Lecture Series | Prof. David McComb | March 17

Professor David McComb from Ohio State University will be giving a talk entitled, From Atomic-Scale Ordering to Materials Properties: Aberration-Corrected STEM, Spectroscopy, and Simulation. The talk will take place in SF1105 on Friday, March 17 from 4-5pm.

NuPhysics recruiting summer instructors

NuPhysics is looking to hire grad students (preferably registered in a PhD program) to fill summer instructor positions. The salary is $75/hour. For more information, click here.

Upcoming CEGSA events

  • St. Patrick's Day Pub Night: Thursday, March 16 starting at 8pm, Supermarket in Kensington Market, all grad students welcome
  • Pi Day: Friday, March 17 start at 2pm, WB247, all are welcome, prizes and pie!

March 10, 2017

Volume 34, Issue 8

In this issue:

Grad Office


Grad Office


M.A.Sc. DEPARTMENTAL ORAL - Girish Mohanan

Date of Meeting: Friday, March 17
Start Time: 11am
Location (Building and Room): WB 215
Supervisor: Prof. H. Tran; Chair: Prof. D. W. Kirk; Other Member: Prof. M. Bussmann

* PhD and MASc Departmental Oral Exams are open to all Graduate students

Upcoming Awards & Scholarships

Remember to check the Awards & Scholarships page frequently for upcoming application deadlines.



Click here for the Chem Eng Calendar


Wednesday, March 15 - LLE - How Biofilm Processes Open New Opportunities in Environmental Biotechnology, Bruce Rittmann, Arizona State University, 12-1pm, WB116

Wednesday, March 22 - LLE - The Photophysics of Optoelectronic Materials, Neil Greenham, University of Cambridge, 12-1pm, WB116

Wednesday, March 29 - LLE - The Role of Food Science and Engineering in Food Security, Rickey Yada, University of British Columbia, 12-1pm, WB116

Friday, April 7 - 32nd Annual Chemical Engineering Dinner - registration now open!


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