Past events

07
Nov
2018

Project budgets and budget justifications for the ARC and beyond (Seminar) »

12pm 7 November 2018

College Engineering & Computer Science: Ewa Ziolkowska, Kat Fischer, and Tobie Garrick will present the Project Budgets and Budget Justifications for the ARC and beyond (Seminar)

06
Nov
2018

Melbourne Cup Day afternoon tea »

2.30pm 6 November 2018

Please RSVP and pay RSC Admin by Friday 2nd November

05
Nov
2018

Honours oral defences »

9am 5 November 2018

Student has 30 minutes reading time and up to 30 minutes oral examination. This is followed by a thesis meeting in which the supervisor and student is not in attendance.

05
Nov
2018

RSC Clean Up Week »

5 November 2018

As each year, we will hold the RSC clean-up week again, which is approaching for 2018. 

02
Nov
2018

2018 Honours Seminars »

12pm 2 November 2018

Final Year Seminars: 20 minute seminar followed by 10 minutes of questions Introductory Seminars: 10 minute seminar followed by 5 minutes of questions (denoted by *)

01
Nov
2018

2018 Honours Seminars »

12pm 1 November 2018

Final Year Seminars: 20 minute seminar followed by 10 minutes of questions Introductory Seminars: 10 minute seminar followed by 5 minutes of questions (denoted by *)

31
Oct
2018

2018 RSC Birch Lecturer Dinner »

7pm 31 October 2018

Professor John Carver, Director of the Research School of Chemistry (RSC), is delighted to invite you to attend a dinner in honour of the 2018 Birch Lecturer, Professor Kryzysztof Matyjaszewski. Please RSVP as soon as possible.

31
Oct
2018

2018 Birch Lecture - Professor Kris Matyjaszewski - Carnegie Mellon University »

4pm 31 October 2018

Macromolecular Engineering (ME) can be defined as a process comprising rational design of (co)polymers with specific architecture and functionality, followed by precise and efficient polymer synthesis and processing in order to prepare advanced materials with target properties. Preparative ME requires controlled / living polymerization. Radical polymerization could be very well suited for ME  due to tolerance to many functionalities. Unfortunately, free radicals are difficult to be controlled, have very short life times (

30
Oct
2018

RSC Grant Information Session  »

2.30pm 30 October 2018

The Research Office invites you to an information session where they will be providing an overview of the new NHMRC schemes, with focus around the Investigator Grants which are scheduled to open at the end of this year.

30
Oct
2018

Specialised Polymer and Materials Science »

1pm 30 October 2018

The 2018 Birch Lecturer Krzysztof Matyjaszewski will be presenting a seminar on “Specialised Polymer and Materials Science”.

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