David Patch travelled to Toronto to participate in the 55th Annual Canadian Association on Water Quality Research Symposium, where he presented his research on remediation techniques for per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). David’s research and oral presentation was highly received and for his efforts he was awarded the Phillip H. Jones award for best oral presentation in the conference. David is a PhD candidate in Dr. Kela Weber and Dr. Iris Koch research group (Environmental Sciences Group - ESG).
A wonderful debate was organized for the CCE101 students: "Which Metal is the Most Metal?".
The event was really well attended and everyone had a lot of fun: cheers and laughter during the entire debate for the debaters and for the moderator!!
Congratulations to the four 101 teams and to the winning “Mercury” team.
The Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Department was is a festive mood and opened their doors for the 3rd annual Holiday Extravaganza last week. Staff and students from RMC community spent the afternoon enjoying science demonstrations, experiments and tours of the Nuclear Reactor Facility.
Ms. Sonja Koster was awarded 2nd prize for her Platform presentation entitled, ‘Use of recretohalophytes and haloconduction to remediate a salt-impacted site’ at the 16th International Phytotechnologies Conference in Changsha China in September 2019.
Class of 2022! Annual lab coat presentation and barbeque for new 2nd year cadets enrolled in the degree programs in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.
Welcome to the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering!
Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Peril, deputy commander of the CF Joint Counter Explosive Threat Task Force (JCETTF) and director of exercise Ardent Defender came to present a lecture titled “Canadian Armed Forces Joint Counter Explosive Threat Capability” to the CAF members completing the Ammunition Technical Officer’s course in our Department.
4th year Chemistry students completing the Kinetics and Surface Science, CCE317, experiment.
The programme requirements for the undergraduate Chemistry and Chemical Engineering programmes and the Ammunition Technical Officer Certificate at the Royal Military College of Canada.
Course descriptions for the undergraduate chemistry and chemical engineering courses at the Royal Military College of Canada.
Information regarding the programme requirements and course descriptions for the chemistry and chemical engineering graduate studies programmes at the Royal Military College of Canada.