Programme

Poster programme

P.01 Uncovering the mechanisms of island formation from the gap and capture zone distributions in one dimension
Hrvojka Krcelic, University of Strathclyde, UK

P.02 Structure of the anatase TiO2 (101) and H2O(l) interface
Immad Nadeem, University College London and Diamond Light Source, UK

P.03 Scanning tunneling microscopy investigation on the bridging hydroxyl bound excess electrons of rutile TiO2(110)
Michael Allan, University College London, UK

P.04 Density functional theory study of benzene adsorption on Fe surfaces
Bianca Provost, University of Cambridge, UK

P.05 Nucleation and Growth of magic number (C70)m-(Au)n complexes on Au (111) surface at low temperature
Yitao Wang, University of Birmingham, UK

P.06 Multi-scale material growth in extreme environments
Andrew Bell, University of Strathclyde, UK

P.07 Surface modification of diamond grits with silane coupling agent to improve adhesion between diamond abrasive and resin bond
Changcai Cui, Huaqiao University, China

P.08 Research on removing the residual stress of the sapphire lapping wafer by corrosion
Zhongwei Hu, Huaqiao University, China

P.09 Research on the trajectory simulation and its uniformity of slice in planetary double-sided grinding process
Yiqing Yu, Huaqiao University, China

P.10 In-situ observation of water-induced reordering in ultrathin ionic liquid films
Zoë Henderson, University of Central Lancashire, UK

P.11 A scanning probe implementation of a Maxwell’s Demon
Philip Moriarty, University of Nottingham, UK

P.12 Synthesis of Nanodiamond-SnO2 core-shell nanocomposite and its application for nitrite electrooxidation
Jing Lu, Huaqiao University, China

P.13 Probing for the superatom molecular orbitals and switching properties of Li@C60 on Au(111)
Henry Chandler, University of St Andrews, UK

P.14 Experimental and theoretical investigation of the linear fit approach of NEXAFS signals with calibrant spectra applied to anodically-grown amorphous Al2O3 films
Daniele Scopece, Empa, Switzerland

P.15 Adsorption of cancer treatment molecules on diamond surfaces
Simon Astley, Aberysytwyth University, UK

P.16 Transfer & characterisation of catalytically-grown graphene on the (111) diamond surface
Benjamen Reed, Aberystwyth University, UK

P.17 Controlling the conductivity and energetics at ZnO(0001) surfaces and interfaces
Andrew Evans, Aberystwyth University, UK

P.18 Self-assembly and on-surface reactions of binol molecules on copper surfaces
James Lawrence, University of Warwick, UK

P.19 The Zinc Phthalocyanine/Al9Co2(001) interface
Sam Coates, University of Liverpool, UK

P.20 In-situ studies of functional materials by Near-Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Alex Walton, University of Manchester, UK

P.21 Change of electron crystal conductivity under incomplete compensation of the holding potential
Iryna Sharapova, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine

P.22 Reconstruction of molecular wave functions with iterative phase retrieval algorithms
Pavel Kliuiev, University of Zurich, Switzerland

P.23 Photodesorption of NO from Au(100) using 3D-velocity map imaging
Saada Abujarada, University of Manchester, UK

P.24 Chemomechanical manipulation of Pb atoms on the Si(100) surface using dynamic force microscopy
Filipe Louly Quinan Junqueira, University of Nottingham, UK

P.25 An investigation into the nucleation and subsequent growth of small Ag clusters on the surface of anatase TiO2(101): A combined XPS and STM study
Michael Wagstaffe, University of Manchester, UK

P.26 Manufacturing application study of CdZnTe wafers using automated x-ray metrology
Oli Whear, Bruker, UK

P.27 Growth of copper doped Ca(OH)2 nano structures on conducting fabric for the remediation of toxic residues of dye
Ambreen Ashar, University of Exeter, UK

P.28 Mining byproducts as a sustainable source of high tech materials
Damaris Fernandez, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P.29 Controlling the wettability of nano/micro-textured ZnO thin films to enhance the proliferation rate for cell culture and tissue engineering
Meenakshi Halada Nandakrishnan, Jyothy Institute of Technology, India

P.30 Sensitivity analysis of graphene coated SPR sensor for glucose concentration monitoring
Ginson Joseph, St Thomas College, India

P.31 XPS study of Zn3N2 thin film grown by RF magnetron sputtering
Muhammad Haider, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia



Documents

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (posters):
    27 February 2017
  • Early registration deadline:
    27 February 2017
  • Accommodation booking deadline:
    12 March 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    31 March 2017