Microscopy Characterisation is back!
We look forward to welcoming Microscopy Characterisation of organic-inorganic Interfaces back to our event calendar.
After the successful incorporation of a focused lecture series in 2017, Microscopy Characterisation of organic-inorganic Interfaces will return to Queen Mary University, London from 22-23 February 2018.
This meeting series is dedicated to the microscopy of materials comprised of both organic and inorganic constituents (in close proximity) and is aimed at bringing together experts from both the life science and materials science communities to address this challenging and dynamic topic.
The 2018 focused lecture, taking place on the second day of the meeting, will be organised by Prof Nico Sommerdijk from the Eindhoven University of Technology. Prof Sommerdijk is the scientific director of the Center for Multiscale Electron Microscopy and leads the Laboratory of Materials and Interface Chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology. With his current research focusing on bio-inspired hybrid materials through biomimetic mineralization and self-organization, 2018’s lecture series will add some really interesting and inspiring talks to the event programme.
An exhibition will take place alongside the great line up of talks allowing you to catch up with contacts in the industry as well as meeting new faces and finding out what they can offer you.
Poster abstracts will be invited for this meeting and submission will open in Winter 2017. By registering your interest in the event, you will be notified when abstract submission opens.
For companies, there will be the opportunity to have an exhibition stand and to present a TechnoBite during the programme. For more information on commercial opportunities at this meeting please contact Dawn Hopkins.
Register your interest on the Microscopy Characterisation of organic-inorganic Interfaces event page.