This year, S-Cubed - Science Students' Society joined the Department of Chemistry - University of Malta to organise the 8th National Chemistry Symposium. This event will be in the form of a conference where past students will showcase their final year projects. The main aim of the symposium is to highlight research in the Department of Chemistry and to encourage students to choose an appropriate final year project. The Minister for Education will also open the event.
Date: Saturday 28th February
Venue: ICT Auditorium
Time: Registration begins at 9:00 a.m with the first presentation commencing at 9:30 a.m.
Price: €5 (includes catering)
If interested, fill in the form below:
The money for the application should be handed to any S-Cubed Executive member. A limited number of places is available. For more information, do not hesitate to contact Brandon Seychell or any other executive members.
The line-up for the presentations is:
''Temporal and Spatial Variations of perchlorate concentrations in dust fall samples collected from the Maltese Islands''.- Dr. Colette Pace
''Graphene: When defects make a wonder material ever more wonderful'' - Prof. Joseph N. Grima
''Crystallography: A Complex World” - Luke Frendo
“'Covalent Organic Frameworks” - Marie Christine Scicluna
''Water-soluble amino[bis(ethanesulfonate)] azobenzene'' - Maria Cardona
“A general introduction to Inorganic Crystal Engineering” - Rebecca Camilleri
“Lanthanide Chemistry and its use in Co-Crystallisations” - Duncan Micallef
''Uncatalyzed, green aza-Michael addition of amines to dimethyl maleate'' - Anthony Debono
''Ethanol-Mediated Sol-Gel Synthesis of Cerium Substituted Fluorohydroxyapatite Coatings for Biomedical Stainless Steel Prostheses'' - Gianella Scerri