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ISIC Memento – Conferences and Thesis

Development of Tissue Kallikrein Inhibitors for the Treatment of Netherton Syndrome

2019-07-19 17:00:00

With: Patrick Andreas GONSCHOREK
Place and room: UNIL - Génopode A
Category: Thesis defenses

Tucker Carrington

The ro-vibrational spectroscopy of CH5+

2019-07-23 16:30:00 17:30:00

With: Profesor Tucker Carrington, Queen's University, Canada. Tucker Carrington received his Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley.   After graduating in 1985, he took up a postdoctoral fellowship at the Physical Chemistry Laboratory of the Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zurich.    After a year as a research associate at the National Research Council of Canada (collaborating with P. R. Bunker), he joined the Department of Chemistry at the University of Montreal.  He rose through the ranks and was promoted to Professor in 1998.  Tucker Carrington is now a Canada Research Chair at Queen's University. 
Place and room: CH G1 495
Category: Conferences - Seminars

The ro-vibrational spectroscopy of CH5+

2019-07-23 16:30:00 17:30:00

With: Professor Tucker Carrington. Tucker Carrington received his Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley.   After graduating in 1985, he took up a postdoctoral fellowship at the Physical Chemistry Laboratory of the Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zurich.    After a year as a research associate at the National Research Council of Canada (collaborating with P. R. Bunker), he joined the Department of Chemistry at the University of Montreal.  He rose through the ranks and was promoted to Professor in 1998.  Tucker Carrington is now a Canada Research Chair at Queen's University. 
Place and room: CH G1 495
Category: Conferences - Seminars

Architects of Structural Biology: Bragg, Perutz, Kendrew and Hodgkin

2019-10-03 18:15:00

With: Sir John Meurig Thomas The lecturer, a personal friend of Perutz, Kendrew, Klug, Hodgkin and Phillips, was formerly the Director of the Royal Institution of GB, former Head of the Department of Physical Chemistry and former Master of Peterhouse, University of Cambridge. He is a solid-state, surface and materials chemist and recipient of several awards, including the Willard-Gibbs, Pauling, Kapitza, Natta, Stokes, Davy and Faraday medals. A New mineral, meurigite, is named after him. He was awarded the Royal Medal for Physical Sciences by the Royal Society in 2016.
Place and room: Forum Rolex
Category: Conferences - Seminars

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ISIC Seminars

Organized jointly by Professors Nicolai Cramer, Jieping Zhu and Jerome Waser, the seminars usually take place on Wednesday at 17:15. Unless indicated otherwise, the lecture takes place in BCH 2218.

The Physical Chemistry Seminar Series at ISIC is organized by Prof. Ulrich Lorenz
Unless it is otherwise specified, the seminars take place on Thursday at 17.15 in BCH 2201.

The Chemical Engineering Seminar Series is Organized By Prof. Jeremy Luterbacher and takes place every other Friday at 16:15 in BCH 2201, unless otherwise indicated. It is followed by an Apéro at 17:30.

The seminar series “Highlights in Energy Research” is organized by Professor Queen from EPFL Valais Wallis and takes place every other Thursday at 16:00 – 17:00 in the Zeuzier room at the 4th floor at EPFL Valais in Sion. The seminars are available live on the link in the memento https://www.epfl.ch/schools/sb/research/isic/memento. Some of them are filmed. You can find them here

The Chemical Biology Seminars Series is Organized by Prof. Christian Heinis, Prof. Beat Fierz and Prof. Yimon Aye. It takes place every Tuesday at 16:15 unless otherwise indicated.


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Newsletters Archives (2010-2015)

ISIC is a superb institute with a world-leading faculty and outstanding staff and students.

The past twelve months have been a period of considerable growth for ISIC, with seven new faculty members approved by the ETH board.

The last 12 months has been another exceptional period for ISIC. Like EPFL as a whole, we’re continuing to grow.

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During the 12 months since the publication of our first newsletter we have seen many positive changes in ISIC.

The chemical sciences are of vital importance in the modern world and the research undertaken in our Institute addresses many of the major challenges facing humanity.