EN ViRTUAL Seminar

The Environmental Division (EN) of Chemical Institute Canada brings together members in the field of environmental sciences and engineering. Together with the Environmental Chemistry program in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Toronto, we are pleased to introduce a new series of virtual talks covering a wide range of topics in environmental chemistry, including in the atmospheric, terrestrial, freshwater, marine and Arctic environments.

We are particularly thrilled to showcase new and exciting work by early career researchers in the division. Whether you want to learn about the latest developments in environmental science and engineering, or stay connected with the broader community in these fields, join us in this series.

We look forward to “seeing” you!

How to join:

  • Once you have registered for the symposium series, you will receive a unique link to access the webinar. Please do not distribute this link.
  • Registration will be confirmed for upcoming sessions between September 22, 2020 to July 7, 2021. Should the series be extended you will be notified by email. 

Upcoming Events & Speakers

Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 4:00 PM ET

Analysis of Drinking Water Disinfection Byproducts: from Individual Compounds to Complex Mixtures

Xing-Fang Li
University of Alberta

Wednesday, December 16,2002, 4:00 PM ET

How changing permafrost and hydrological processes alter the biogeochemistry of High Arctic watersheds

Melissa Lafreniere
Queen's University

Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 4:00 PM ET

Host by Cora Young, York University


Ran Zhao
University of Alberta

Wednesday, January 27, 2021, 4:00 PM ET

Polycyclic aromatic compounds in Canada: Translating environmental chemistry for changemakers

Elisabeth Galarneau
Environment and Climate Change Canada

Additional Dates:

Past Events

Wednesday, October 21, 4:00 PM ET

Biological nitrogen fixation: Trace metals matter!

Jean-Philippe Bellenger
Université de Sherbrooke

Wednesday, September 23, 4:00 PM ET

Cryospheric chemistry across the ocean-sea ice-atmosphere interface

Feiyue (Fei) Wang
University of Manitoba

Take your place in Canada’s thriving chemical science, engineering, and technology community. Join Now

Contact the Organizer

Dr. Jennifer G. Murphy
Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto