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Seminar Series 2014-2015

Prof. Takuzo Aida

 

Tokyo University, Japan

Advanced Molecular Design of Functional Soft Materials

Website

September 8/9/10, 2014

UdeM/McGill/Sherbrooke

McGill (PDF, 100 kb)

Prof. Joseph Zasadinski

 

University Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

TBA

Website

January 20/21/22, 2015

McGill/UdeM/Concordia

Prof. Paolo Samori

 

University of Strasbourg, France

TBA

Website

March 24/25/26, 2015

McGill/UdeM/INRS

Prof. Stuart Rowan

 

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

Structurally Dynamic Polymers as Stimuli-Responsive Materials

Website

April 7/8, 2015

McGill/UdeM

Prof. John Reynolds

 

Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA

TBA

Website

April 28/29, 2015

McGill/UdeM

Student Symposium: September 8th, 2014

This is an image of the 10<sup>th</sup> CSACS Student Symposium

We would like to thank you all for your contribution to this year student symposium held in University of Montreal. The 10th anniversary was definitely a memorable day in the history of CSACS student events with more than 100 participants including 35 posters and 11 oral presenters, including our keynote speaker, Prof. Aida from Tokyo University.

We would like to also congratulate our prize winners, who were selected through several judgments and wish you all a successful year. Hope to see you all in the next event.

Official conference website

Grants

  1. Professors exchange program outside Quebec : $15,000 (max)

    This is to inform you that FRQNT is offering a new professor exchange program. The next CSACS application deadline will be on December 1st, 2014.

    Rules, PDF (163 kb, French)

    Required documents

    • Professors exchange application
    • CV
    • An official letter of invitation of the host
    Submit the required documents to:
    csacs.chemistry@mcgill.ca
  2. 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, 2014. To see our previous awardees please click here. The award will become effective starting the Winter term 2015.

    Previous recipients

    Required documents

    • 1-2 pages of your research plan
    • Transcript of your grades
    • CV
    • Reference letter from your two supervisors
    Submit the required documents to:
    csacs.chemistry@mcgill.ca