Presented by the members of our Subject Divisions, these free seminar series unite people in the same specialty no matter where they are in Canada. Learn and grow with these series highlighting leaders in the field from across Canada and the world.
If you have an idea for a virtual event or webinar, please contact us at CIC ViRTUAL.
Chemistry Education Division
The Chem Ed-Virtual Seminar series introduces a new series of virtual talks covering a wide range of topics in chemistry education.
Organic Division (OR)
The CORGI-Canadian Organic Invitational Virtual Seminar series will encourage thoughtful discussions on cutting-edge organic chemistry research.
Environmental Division (EN)
EN-Virtual Seminar series covers a wide range of topics in environmental chemistry, including in the atmospheric, terrestrial, freshwater, marine and Arctic environments.
The Energy-Virtual Seminar series introduces a new series of virtual talks covering a wide range of topics in the field of energy.
Global Inorganic Discussion Weekdays (GIDW)
GIDW Virtual Seminar series brings the inorganic community together online! The name GIDW is an homage to the popular regional conferences known as Inorganic Discussion Weekends that occur routinely in the US, Canada, and around the world.
Macromolecular Science and Engineering Division (MSED)
MSED-Virtual Seminar series hosts talks in all areas of polymer science and engineering, ranging from polymer synthesis and characterization to their applications in various exciting areas of science and technology.
Physical, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (PTC)
PTC-Virtual Seminar series brings together physical, theoretical, and computations chemists from academia, industry, and government at all career stages.
Process Safety Management (PSM)
The PSM division of CSChE is pleased to host the PSM-Virtual Seminar series covering the basic concepts and the latest development related to PSM principles and elements, including process safety leadership, understanding hazards and risk, risk management, and continuous improvement.
Rubber Chemistry and Technology (RCT)
These seminars will cover a wide range of topics of particular interest to our current and affiliated members in industry, government or academia.