In today’s increasingly globalized society, it has never been more important for universities to strengthen their competitiveness through cross-cultural international partnerships.
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s (UOIT) global associations drive new research opportunities and provide students with avenues to study, work and travel around the world.
The Faculty of Science recently welcomed 11 Chemistry faculty members and students from the Kyushu Institute of Technology (KIT) in Kitakyushu Japan as it hosted the UOIT-KIT Symposium in Chemistry for the second time. The University of Ontario Institute of Technology delegation included 15 Chemistry faculty members and students.
Over three days, participants presented new findings and discussed topics related to chemical biology, organic chemistry, materials chemistry, and inorganic chemistry.
2018 UOIT-KIT Symposium in Chemistry student award winners are pictured above with Professor Emiko Mouri, KIT; Professor Mitsuru Kitamura, KIT; Professor Tatsuo Okauchi, KIT; Kohei Minobe, KIT; Kota Tsubaki, KIT; Matthew Hammill, UOIT; Nadia Laschuk, UOIT; Professor Jean-Paul Desaulniers, UOIT.
Symposium prizes for outstanding oral presentations were awarded to:
Matthew Hammill, PhD candidate (Applied Bioscience), University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Nadia Laschuk, PhD candidate (Materials Science), University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Kohei Minobe, MSc candidate, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Japan
Kota Tsubaki, PhD candidate, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Japan