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RSC Desktop Seminar Lectureship series with Polymer Chemistry

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Welcome to the latest RSC Desktop Seminar Lectureship with Polymer Chemistry.

This 90 minute webinar will feature Polymer Chemistry Associate Editor, Prof. Emily Pentzer, and 2021 Polymer Chemistry Lectureship winner, Dr Brett Fors, with an introduction by Polymer Chemistry Executive Editor, Dr Maria Southall.

Professor Emily Pentzer
Texas A&M University, USA
Polymer Chemistry Associate Editor
Talk title: tbc

Dr Brett Fors
Cornell University, USA
2021 Polymer Chemistry Lectureship winner
Talk title: tbc

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Emily Pentzer
Professor @Texas A&M University, USA
Emily Pentzer is Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Case Western Reserve University. Her research focuses on using organic synthesis to prepare carbon-based materials with tailored, novel properties for specific applications in the areas of solar energy harvesting and storage. She uses synthetic chemistry to tailor molecular design and control self-assembly for the preparation and study of novel conductive materials with controlled domain sizes and interfaces. Emily was the recipient of the Northwestern University PLU Gelewitz Award for outstanding senior graduate student in 2009.
Brett Fors
Associate Professor @Cornell University, USA
Brett P. Fors was born in Montana and carried out his undergraduate studies in chemistry at Montana State University (2006). He went on to do his Ph.D. (2011) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Professor Stephen L. Buchwald. After his doctoral studies he became an Elings Fellow at the University of California, Santa Barbara working with Professor Craig J. Hawker. In of 2014 he joined the faculty at Cornell University and is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.