13th April - 16th April 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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After the success of the previous Schools the upcoming 2015 School was organized by the Chemistry Department of the Queen Mary University of London. The school was held from Monday 13th April until and including Thursday 16th April 2015. As during the previous schools, all surface analytical methods will be discussed, but this year the emphasis were on interfacial Science and Colloidal Chemistry.

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1. The venue (Registeration and the School) will be held in the G O Jones Building, Queen Mary, University of London [Click Here]

2. How to get to the University from MILE END tube Station (Central line ) [Click]

3. How to get to the University from Stepney Green tube Station (The District and Hammersmith & City lines) [Click ]

4. Transport from London major Airports to Queen Mary University [Click ]

5. A copy of the School Programme [Click ]

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The meeting is designed and aimed particularly for PhD students and Post-docs in the field of Colloid and Interface Science . The major objective is to discuss modern surface analytical tools that increase our understanding of fluid interfaces. Selected surface analytical tools are presented in tutorial review style by scientists using these techniques in their daily research. The information is then discussed further in small workgroups on the basis of problem solving sessions. The interaction and active discussion of the participants is a crucial element of our workshop .

Contact and further information: E-mail:cost2015london@qmul.ac.uk

Invited Speakers (Trainers):

      1. Prof. Helmut Möhwald : Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces
      2. Dr. Ger Koper: TU Delft University of Technology
      3. Dr. Rienk Eelkema : TU Delft University of Technology
      4. Dr. Roland Steitz: Institute for Soft Matter and Functional Materials at the HZB
      5. Prof. Wuge Briscoe: University of Bristol
      6. Prof. Georg Papastravou: Physical Chemistry at Universität Bayreuth
      7. Prof. Benoit Scheid: Université Libre de Bruxelles
      8. Dr Thomas Gutberlet:Institute for Soft Matter and Functional Materials at the HZB
      9. Professor Hubert Motschmann, University of Regensburg, Germany

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