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This event, follows on from the success of the group’s inaugural event held in 2017. It will consist of two keynote talks from leaders in the field of functional surfaces as well as talks from early career researchers. This event will be an opportunity for early career researchers to learn about all the fantastic research being done in the field as well as giving them a chance to network and develop professional skills in a relaxed atmosphere.
|14:00||Keynote Lecture: Molecules on surfaces: from superfast computers to superclean cars
Prof Sandrine Heutz, Imperial College London
|15:00||SAINT: The Surface and Interface Toolkit
|15:15||Unravelling design concepts behind the efficient, low-cost photocatalyst sheet Z-scheme water splitting architecture
|15:30||Probing reactions at functional material interfaces with Soft X-ray Spectroscopies
Robert Weatherup, presented by Christopher Sole
|16.30||Patterned guiding cues for differentiation of neuronal cells
Tailoring the wettability of plastic using thermally embedded Al2O3 nanoparticles
Influence of environmental conditions on surface morphology of poly(vinyl alcohol)-based formulations
|17:15||Percolation networks of conductive polymers for on the go vapour sensing
|17.30||Keynote Lecture: Enhancing the functional complexity of bio-interface materials for biomedical applications
Prof Paula Mendes, University of Birmingham
|18.30||Prizes and light refreshments|
14/15 Belgrave Square
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7598 1561
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Early career researchers wishing to give a short talk (15 minutes including questions) are encouraged to submit an abstract with a maximum of 300 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 14 June 2019 with "Materials Science Early Career Forum - short talk abstract" in the subject line.
Early career researchers wishing to present a poster should submit an abstract with a maximum of 300 words to email@example.com by Friday 14 June 2019 with "Materials Science Early Career Forum - poster abstract" in the subject line. Selected poster presenters will be given the opportunity to give a flash presentation (flash poster talks a maximum of 5 minutes).