Student Seminar Day 2022

On April 28th, seven graduate students from the Department of Chemical Engineering presented their research as part of Student Seminar Day. Students of Drs. Dominik Barz, Scott Parent, Michael Cunningham, Robin Hutchinson, Jeffrey Giacomin, Martin Guay and Kim McAuley showcased their research in a wide variety of subdisciplines including Process Modelling, Control Engineering, and Polymer Science and Technology. Students had the opportunity to further develop their communication skills and receive feedback from researchers in the department.  

To learn more about each student’s research, please see our book of abstracts.

Kaveh Abdi (PhD Candidate) presenting “Mathematical Modeling and Parameter Estimation for 1,6-Hexanediol Diacrylate Photopolymerization with Bifunctional Initiator” (Supervisor: Kim McAuley) abdi_pic1.jpg
hawrylow_pic2.jpg Matthew Hawrylow (MASc Candidate) presenting “Non-aqueous Graphene Based Supercapacitors” (Supervisors: Dominik Barz and Scott Parent)
Mona Kanso (PhD Candidate) presenting “Coronavirus Pleomorphism” (Supervisor: Jeffrey Giacomin) kanso_pic3.jpg
ajogbeje_pic4.jpg Opeyemi Ajogbeje (PhD Candidate) presenting “Free-Radical Polymerization Kinetics of 2-(Dimethylamino) ethyl Methacrylate Stimuli-Responsive Polymers.” (Supervisor: Robin Hutchinson) 
Stephen Sanborn (MASc Candidate) presenting on “Using Gain Conditioning to Address Collinearity in Linear Model Predictive Control (Supervisor: Kim McAuley). sanborn_pic5.jpg
mousavi_pic6.jpg Seyed Moein Mousavi (PhD Candidate) presenting on “Noise Sensitivity Reduction in Low-Power Multi High Gain Observers Using Low-Pass Filters.” (Supervisor: Martin Guay)