Dynamics of Molecules and Materials II (DMM-II)
05 Jul 2013



The Workshop will highlight the existing experimental capabilities in the leading neutron scattering centres as well as available computational resources, in the field of inelastic neutron scattering and dynamics of molecules in the 1-100meV range.

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The Workshop aims to be an exchange of results and ideas, with both existing and future capabilities and scientific directions. Naturally, while emphasising neutron scattering based studies we will give sufficient space to optical and X-ray spectroscopy in order to understand what the whole community needs to enable insight into complex materials.

Invited speakers include
  • Andreas Borgschulte (EMPA, Switzerland)
  • Brent Fultz (California Institute and Technology, USA)
  • Sam Duyker (ANSTO, Australia)
  • Hinrich Grothe (Technical Vienna, Austria)
  • Anthony Horsewill (Univ. Nottingham, UK)
  • Wendy Queen (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA)
  • Stewart Parker (ISIS, UK)
  • Sihai Yang (Univ. Nottingham, UK)


The workshop will run from lunchtime on the 5th to dinner on the 6th. 

For a detailed programme click here.  For a book a book of abstracts click here

Accommodation & Catering

Accomodation included in the registration fees: University residence Cairncross House.

All breakfasts, lunches and coffee breaks will take place in the Wolfson Medical Building, C8.

Workshop dinners

Friday, 5th of July: The Bothy
11 Ruthven Lane, Hillhead, Glasgow West End, G12 9BG

Saturday, 6th of July: Stravaigin
28 Gibson Street, Kelvinbridge, Glasgow G12 8NX

Contributed Talks and Posters

There is an opportunity for participants to give a contributed talk or present a poster. Please include details of this when registering.

All applicants will be notified by e-mail the result of their application.

For more information and registration, please visit the DMM-II website.

Event typeConference
Start date and timeFriday 05 July 2013, 12:00
EndSaturday 06 July 2013, 23:00
LocationUniversity of Glasgow
Maximum Audience60