There are a number of postdoc seminar series in the Chemistry department. These are run by and for postdocs.
Lecture series showcasing research on organometallic and main group chemistry - follow them on twitter @OxfordOMGSS
The first five talks for the Organometallic and Main Group Chemistry lecture series have been confirmed. The seminars will be given in the Wolfson Room on Wednesday afternoons, featuring both a talk of an invited speaker and an Oxford post-doc presenting their research.
seminar 1: Prof. Ian Manners (01/02/17, 5 pm) - "Ring-Opening Polymerization and Catalytic Routes to New Inorganic Materials"
seminar 2: Dr Mark Crimmin (01/03/17, 4.30 pm).
seminar 3: Prof. Eva Hevia (29/03/17, 4.30 pm).
seminar 4: Prof. Richard Layfield (26/04/17, 4.30 pm).
seminar 5: Prof. Rei Kinjo (31/05/17, 4.30 pm) - "Development of Electron-Rich Boron-Containing Molecules"
Solid State Seminar Series
The Solid State Seminar series is aimed at anyone with an interest in solid state materials chemistry, and consists of one talk by a DPhil student or Postdoc from the Department followed by another talk from an invited external speaker. It is a relatively informal Friday afternoon seminar where students and postdocs are encouraged to get involved in the discussion.
The Seminar dates for the rest of the 2016/17 academic year are: 2nd December, 3rd February, 10th March, 7th April, 5th May and 2nd June. All are at 4pm in the Abbot's Kitchen, ICL.
Josh Makepeace and Emily Reynolds organise these seminars, feel free to contact them.