Dr. John Headly, Senior Research Scientist at Environment Canada, will be giving a talk on the applications of mass spectroscopy in energy and environmental research during his visit to campus. The talk will take place from 2pm to 3pm on Thursday 15 October in room C521 on the 5th floor of the Chemistry Building, next to the common room.
Dr. Headley is Study Leader for energy and environmental research with a focus on remediation of oil sands naphthenic acids in aquatic environments as well as Study Leader for mass spectrometry of pesticides in Prairie natural waters. His research interests include environmental mass spectrometry, remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons and process chemicals, and analytical chemistry. He has co-authored over 110 journal articles and book chapters.
The talk is free of charge and open to anyone who would like to attend.