The competition for the best CSACS paper is back. We invite our students and members to submit their best article of the year 2014. Nominate your article!
Seminar Series 2014-2015
Prof. Takuzo Aida
Tokyo University, Japan
Advanced Molecular Design of Functional Soft MaterialsWebsite
September 8/9/10, 2014
UdeM/McGill/SherbrookeMcGill (PDF, 100 kb)
Prof. Joseph Zasadzinski
University Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Surface Viscosity: What it tells us about order and organization in lipid monolayersWebsite
January 19/20/21, 2015
Concordia/McGill/UdeMMcGill (PDF, 84 kb)
Prof. Paolo Samori
University of Strasbourg, France
Taming complexity in dynamic molecular materials: tailoring low dimensional multifunctional nanostructuresWebsite
March 24/25/26, 2015
McGill/UdeM/INRSMcGill (PDF, 208 kb)
Prof. Stuart Rowan
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Structurally Dynamic Polymers as Stimuli-Responsive MaterialsWebsite
April 7/8, 2015
McGill/UdeMMcGill (PDF, 157 kb)
43rd NATAS Annual Conference: August 10-13th, 2015
The Center for Self-Assembled Chemical Structures is pleased to host the 43rd annual North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS) conference in Montreal at McGill University, from August 10th to 13th, 2015.
We are very excited about the symposium which covers a broad range of thermal analysis, rheology and materials characterization. Over 200 presentations and posters by renowned scientists, practitioners, and graduate students set the stage for excellent discussions and an ideal environment to learn about state-of-the-art techniques and exciting new developments in materials research.
The program of the 43rd Annual NATAS Conference and practical information can be found on the conference website.
We look forward to seeing you next summer in Montreal.
Summer undergraduate research scholarships: $4000
We have budgeted for 5-7 students per yr. This program is also eligible for foreign and Canadian students. Applications to be submitted on or before February 15th, 2015. Please see the complete procedure on how to apply.Procedure
- CSACS Summer Student application
- Transcript of your grades
Jointly supervised inter-university graduate student scholarship: $5,000
We have budgeted for 2 students per yr. If you have a joint project with a Centre member from another university and a prospective student for joint supervision, you can have the student apply for this scholarship. This is to promote more inter-university collaborations. The next deadline will be on December 1st, 2015. The award will become effective starting the Winter term 2016. To see our previous awardees please click here.Previous recipients
- 1-2 pages of your research plan
- Transcript of your grades
- Reference letter from your two supervisors