Soft Matter Events 2013-14
|Monday, 16 December 2013||2:15pm|
|22 January 2014||1-5pm|| |
Workshop: Scattering in Soft Matter.
CG141, Department of Chemistry.
Confirmed Speakers: Dr Ann Terry (ISIS Large Scale Structures Group) Neutron Scattering in Soft MatterProf John Seddon (Imperial) X-ray diffraction studies at lipid liquid crystal phases
1-2 pm Buffet lunch/posters, CG141 (Musgrave Room)
2-3pm Prof John Seddon (Imperial), “X-ray Diffraction of Lipic L.C. phases”, CG218 Department of Chemistry.
**Short break for refreshments/further discussions**
3.15-4.15pm Dr Ann Terry (STFC ISIS), "Why Spiderman needs small angle scattering", CG218 Department of Chemistry.
Organisers – Richard Thompson and Sandra Engelskirchen
Workshop: For more information please contact Professor Suzanne Fielding at the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Thursday, 8 May 2014||12:00 - 17:00|| |
Symposium: Solid State NMR of Soft Matter
CG141 - Musgrave Room, Department of Chemistry.
12:00 noon - arrival & lunch
13:00 - 15:15 - 3 x talks
15:15 - 15:45 - Short break for tea / coffee
15:45 - 16:30 - 2 x short presentations on capabilities at Durham (and Leeds)
16:30 - 17:00 - discussion
17:00 - Close
Organisers – Prof. Colin Baid & Dr E Hughes
|Thursday, 17 April||11:30-4:30 pm|| |
Workshop (DCSM and BSI): Stress and Signalling in the Vascular Endothelium
Speakers include: Professor John McCarron (Strathcylde), Professor Gerald Fuller (Stanford).
|Friday 16 May||TBC|| |
Workshop: Precision Polymer Chemistry
This half day symposium will include Professor Robert Grubbs from Caltech and Dr Mike Shaver from Edinburgh University. Professor Grubbs was the joint recipient of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2005 for “for the development of the metathesis method in organic synthesis” .
Friday, 15 August 2014
Monday-Friday 18-21 August 2014
Symposium: Energy landscapes
This half day symposium will explore energy landscape methods and applications of this powerful approach. The symposium will be followed by a four day workshop, for more infomration click here.