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Research Seminar Programme Dublin Chemistry, Semester 2 (Hilary term) January to May 2019. Unless otherwise specified with an *, seminars will take place on Thursdays at 12:00 noon at the
Chemistry Building in the LARGE Lecture Theatre.

Seminars last updated on 01/02/2019





Prof. Richard Kaner

University of California

Exploring the Synthesis and Applications of Graphene



*Prof. Alan Talevi

National University of La Plata, Argentina

Parabens: a "new" class of sodium blocking agents with anticonvulsant and neuroprotective effects


No Seminar


No Seminar


Prof. Erwin Reisner

University of Cambridge

Interfacing nature’s catalytic machinery with synthetic materials for semi-artificial photosynthesis


Prof. Nuria López

Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), Spain

Chemical steps in electrochemical processes


Prof. Andrea Russell

University of Southampton

Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) studies of electrode surfaces and reactions


Dr Larisa Florea

Trinity College Dublin

Smart Materials for Movement and Sensing - a molecular change for a macro response.


Reading week

No Seminar


Prof. Paul Murphy

NUI Galway

Carbohydrates in Synthesis, Method and Bioactive Compound Development


Prof. Richard Hobbs

Trinity College Dublin

Engineering metal nanoparticles for optoelectronics and catalysis using lithography on the 1-nm level


Prof. Luis Casarrubios Palomar

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Organised by DU Werner Chemical Society

From Metalla-DNA to Hydrogenase Mimics: A Walk-Through Bio-Organometallic Chemistry

29/03 *Prof. Muriel Hissler
Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes-Rennes University - France
Advances in P- based Molecular Materials for Opto-electronic Application


Dr Nicola Ternette

University of Oxford

A guide to immunopeptidomics and the challenges of characterising of T cell antigens by mass spectrometry


Professor Dave Adams

University of Glasgow


Controlling assembly across length scales in multicomponent supramolecular gels


Dr Cristina Sanchez

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Organised by DU Werner Chemical Society

The endocannabinoid system as therapeutic target and prognostic tool in cancer


Dr Dylan Williams

University of Leicester

Facilitating workplace skills development through use of inquiry-based approaches


*Prof. Jackie Barton

California Institute of Technology- USA "2018 RSC Centenary Prize and 2019 School of Chemistry's Cocker Lecture"

DNA Signaling


*Seminar on Friday 17th May, will take place at Edmund Burke Lecture Theatre, Arts Building from 6:15-8:15pm

*Seminar on Friday 29th March, will be held at School of Chemistry, Science Lecture Theatre from 12-12:50pm

*Held with the School of Medicine,
The Hartigan Seminar Room (Level 2 Biotechnology Build)


Details of previous seminar series can be accessed here