GIDW - Global Inorganic Discussion Weekdays

This seminar series, the Global Inorganic Discussion Weekdays (GIDW), brings the inorganic (organometallic, main-group, materials, etc.) community together online monthly! The name, GIDW is an homage to the popular regional conferences known as Inorganic Discussion Weekends that occur routinely in the US and Canada (and around the world with other names).

This seminar series brings together 1 established researcher1 early-career researcher, and 1 PDF/PhD student under a common scientific umbrella. These talks are divided as follows: 40 mins for established researchers and 20 mins for ECRs and PDFs/PhDs; 5 mins additional time are provided for audience questions. Importantly, anyone can participate!  If you are interested in presenting in the GIDW series, please contact the organizers.

This two-hour seminar is hosted monthly on Monday at 1:00 pm ET.

How to join:

  • Once you have registered for the seminar series, you will receive a unique link to access the webinar. Please do not distribute this link.
  • Registration will be confirmed for upcoming sessions until August 2021 (see complete list of dates below).
  • Follow @marcusdrover and @chitnislab on twitter for the most up to date information.

Upcoming events & speakers

Past events

Monday, Feb 15, 2021, 1:00 PM (ET)
GIDW Virtual Symposium – Feb 15, 2021
GIDW - Global Inorganic Discussion Weekdays
  • Scott McIndoe
    University of Victoria
  • Emma Richards
    Cardiff University
  • Bill Zhang
    University of British Columbia
Monday, Jan 18, 2021, 12:00 AM (ET)
GIDW Virtual Symposium – Jan 18, 2021
GIDW - Global Inorganic Discussion Weekdays
  • Tom Baker
    University of Ottawa
  • Andrew Jupp
    University of Birmingham
  • Jean-Denys Hamel
    University of Lethbridge
Monday, Dec 14, 2020, 1:00 PM (ET)
GIDW Virutal Symposium – Dec 14, 2020
GIDW - Global Inorganic Discussion Weekdays
  • Morris Bullock
    PNNL (USA)
  • Eva Nichols
    University of British Columbia
  • James Durrant
    University of Sussex (UK)

About the hosts

Saurabh Chitnis, MCIC
Assistant Professor, Dalhousie University, Canada
PhD, University of Victoria (Neil Burford)
Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Bristol (Ian Manners)
www.chitnislab.ca
Saurabh.chitnis@dal.ca
Twitter icon@chitnislab

Marcus W. Drover, MCIC
Assistant Professor, University of Windsor, Canada
PhD, University of British Columbia (Laurel Schafer/Jennifer Love)
Banting and Resnick Postdoctoral Fellow, Caltech (Jonas Peters)
www.marcuswdrover.weebly.com
marcus.drover@uwindsor.ca
Twitter icon @marcuswdrover