Past Seminars

Training Centre's Seminar Program

The ARC Training Centre for Green Chemistry has held a number of seminars by key chief investigators in the Centre, and other leading experts.

 

 

Prof Steve Marsden, University of Leeds, UK. Catalysis and Continuous Processing for Complex Amine Synthesis. 10 June 2021. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Dr Amy Cannon, Beyond Benign. Green Chemistry Education: Preparing 21st Century Citizens and Scientists to Practice Sustainability through Chemistry. 12 May 2021. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof Tanja Junkers, Monash University. Machine-Assisted Synthesis: Programmable Precision Polymers by the Push of a Button. 10 March 2021. A full copy of the presentation can be found here.

Dr Madeleine Schultz, Deakin University. Systems Thinking to incorporate sustainability throughout chemistry teaching. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof. Chris Aldrich, Curtin University. Chemometrics in the Era of Big Data11 November 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof. Tony Patti, Monash University. Green Chemistry - Improving Agricultural Productivity. 5 November 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof. Bert Sels, KU Leuven, Belgium, Lignin-first biomass fractionation: the advent of active stabilisation strategies21 October 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

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Prof. Amanda Ellis, University of Melbourne. Nanomaterial Dipole Templating in 3D Printed Composite Flexible Piezoelectric Energy Harvesters. 16 September 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

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Prof. Anil Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. Process Intensification and Continuous Flow Chemistry. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof. Colin Raston, Flinders University. Vortex driven microfluidic thin film processing under flow29 July 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof. Colin Barrow, Deakin University. Green Chemistry for Biotechnology. 29 July 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here.

Prof. Timothy Noël, Eindhoven University of Technology. Innovation in Synthetic Methodology Through Use of Flow. 16 July 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here.

Prof. John Warner, Beyond Benign. Green Chemistry and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. 1 July 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof. Matthew DavidsonCentre for Sustainable and Circular Technologies, University of Bath, UK. 14 July 2021. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

Prof. Doug MacFarlane, School of Chemistry, Monash University, Towards Sustainable N-Chemistry (Ammonia and Nitrates),16 March 2022. A full copy of the presentation can be found here