Dr. Kibria will be giving a Keynote talk in Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference (CCEC) on Oct 20-23, 2019 (Halifax Convention Centre, Nova Scotia).
Welcome aboard Dr. Yasri for joining in the Kibria group as Research Associate (Sep 01, 2019) .
Kibria group has been named as one of the recipients of CFI grant to develop cutting-edge research lab at UCalgary.
Welcome aboard Tareq Al-Attas!Tareq joined in the Kibria group as a Ph.D. student.
Welcome aboard Shariful Kibria Nabil!Shariful joined in the Kibria group as a M.Sc. student.
Congratulations Nidhika for receiving Graduate Excellence Award from Chemical and Petroleum Engineering.
Dr. Kibria will be giving an invited talk in Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) International Symposium
Dr. Kibria will be giving an invited talk at Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) International Symposium on June 5-7, 2019 (University of Waterloo).
Congratulations Nidhika for receiving “2019 RSC Nanoscale Horizons Prize for Best Poster Presentation” at the 6th Alberta Nano Research Symposium (ANS) held at the Shaw Convention Centre in Edmonton, May 2-3, 2019.
Dr. Kibria will be giving an invited talk in Alberta Nano Research Symposium on May 02-03, 2019 (Shaw Convention Centre, Edmonton).
Dr. Kibria delivered an invited talk at Khulna University of Engineering and Technology (KUET), Khulna, Bangladesh.
Dr. Kibria visited Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh on March 14 and presented an invited talk titled- CO2: From Waste to Wealth.
A new technology from the University of Toronto Engineering is taking a substantial step towards enabling manufacturers to create plastics out of two key ingredients: sunshine and pollution. Today, non-renewable fossil fuels not only provide the raw material from which plastics are made, they are also the fuel burned to power the manufacturing process, producing climate-warming carbon dioxide (CO2) — the International Energy Agency estimates the production of the main precursors for plastics is responsible for 1.4% of global CO2 emissions. A team led by Professor Ted Sargent (ECE) is turning this process on its head. They envision capturing CO2 produced
The University of Toronto Engineering-led team working to capture greenhouse gas and recycle it into useful chemicals has advanced to the finals of the international NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE. The competition presents this challenge: capture carbon emissions from power plants and efficiently convert them into valuable chemical products. Finalists were revealed at Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Future of Energy Summit in New York City. CERT, a team of two dozen multidisciplinary researchers working with Professors Ted Sargent (ECE) and David Sinton (MIE), is one of just five teams around the world to make it into the third and final round