Mireille Ghoussoub takes top honours at Women in Science and Engineering thesis competition

January 28, 2020 by Patrick Wong

PhD candidate Mireille Ghoussoub working in the Solar Fuels Research Group of Professor Geoffrey Ozin won first place in the Three Minute Thesis Competition at the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) National Conference over the weekend, 25-26th January 2020. Her research focuses on merging experimental and computational characterization tools to study catalysts for converting carbon dioxide into methanol.

The WISE National Conference serves as a catalyst to inspire and empower individuals to pursue their passions, broaden their horizons, and form meaningful connections. The conference brings together delegates from all across Canada to share ideas and become inspired over the course of a two-day event dedicated to professional and personal growth, featuring inspirational leaders from a wide range of STEM fields, as well as workshops, case competitions, and career fairs.