ISIS Crystallography Users Meeting

Monday 11 November 2013

We are pleased to announce that the ISIS Crystallography Users Meeting will take place at the Cosener's House, Abingdon on 11th & 12th November 2013 (lunchtime-to-lunchtime), in conjunction with the PCG-SCMP Winter Meeting.

The meeting is themed " New Developments in UK Materials Crystallography”" and will follow the popular format of previous years (for further details please see www.pcg-scmp.org/Meetings/Winter2013).

This year includes an increased focus on the work of early career researchers, so PhD students and postdocs are encouraged to submit abstracts for oral presentations.

A poster session will take place in the evening of 11th November 2013.

Please register using the link below

http://wwwisis2.isis.rl.ac.uk/useroffice/Crystallography2013/Register.asp

The closing date for registration is 28th October 2012.

Travel and Accommodation

The meeting will take place at the Cosener's House in Abingdon. ISIS will cover the travel and accommodation costs of UK academic attendees to the User Meeting – if you have an specific travel requirements, please email isisuo@stfc.ac.uk

Confirmed Speakers

Duncan Gregory (University of Glasgow) "Ultra-fast microwave processing of nanoceramics: sub-minute synthesis of refractory carbides."

Phil Lightfoot (University of St. Andrews) "Unusual structural behaviour in multiferroic perovskites"

Jeppe Christensen (University of Bath) "Time resolved structural science"

Serena Corr (University of Glasgow) "Local structure investigations of (nano)materials for energy applications"

Mark Senn (Diamond Light Source) PANalytical Thesis Prize Talk

Howard Stone (University of Cambridge) TBA

We look forward to seeing you in November in Abingdon

Anthony Powell
ISIS Crystallography User Group Chair

Ivana Radosavljevic Evans
BCA Physical Crystallography Group Chair

Event type Seminar
Start date and time Monday 11 November 2013
End Tuesday 12 November 2013
Location The Cosener's House, Abingdon
Maximum Audience 80
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