Training Centre's Seminar Program

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

A number have been stored here to provide a resource for those wishing to learn more about Green Chemistry

 

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 presntation 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 Data. 11 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 strategies. 21 October 2020. A full copy of the presentation can be found here

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

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 flow. 29 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