Congratulations to our mmc2019 Poster Competition and Talk Prize-Winners

Award-winners selected from more than 200 posters on show at this year's event


Congratulations to all our fantastic poster prize-winners at mmc2019. As always the poster sessions were a big draw for delegates and visitors, providing a great opportunity for presenters to share their research in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Below is a list of all the winners, including their poster titles.

Poster Competition Prize-Winners

Life Sciences

1st Prize Michaela Conley, MRCUniversity of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research, Calicivirus VP2 Forms a Portal-like Assembly Following Receptor Engagement

2nd Prize Ida Emilie Steinmark, King’s College London, Imaging Mitochondrial Viscosity using Flourescent Molecular Rotors and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy

Engineering and Physical Sciences

1st Prize Matt Lindley, University of Manchester, Studying Cobalt-based Catalysts Promoted with Manganese ising In-situ Gas Cell Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy

2nd Prize Visweswara Gudla, University of Manchester, Multiscale Correlative Characterisation of Environmentally Induced Crack Initiation, Propagation and Failure in a High Strength Aluminium Alloy

EMAG

1st Prize Laura Wheatcroft, University of Sheffield, Studying Degradation Mechanisms of High Voltage Li-Ion Batteries using He-ion Microscopy and Ne Secondary Ion Mass Spectometry

EMAG Flash Talk

1st Prize Martha Ilet, University of Leeds, Imaging and Characterisation of Nanoparticle Coatings and Dispersion 

SPM

1st Prize William Foster, Durham University, Tracking the Molecular Organisation of Water and Alcohol Mixtures at Hydrophobic Solid Interfaces

2nd Prize Oliver Gordon, University of Nottingham, Recognising Multiple Scanning Probe Tip States in Real Time with Concolutional Neural Network Ensembles

EMAG Talk

1st Prize Colum O’Leary, University of Oxford, Electron Ptychography using Fast Binary 4D STEM Data

2nd Prize Jack Brennan, University of Glasgow, The Impact of Corrosion and Chemical Modification of Silver Nanoparticle Assemblies on their Plasmonic Functionality Studied by Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy

Early Career Pre-Congress Symposium Talk

1st Prize – Joint Winners 
Andrew Lee, University of Leeds, Augmenting high speed atomic force microscopy with DNA nanostructures to study biomolecular processes
Laura Clark, University of Glasgow, Differential Phase Contrast STEM using Pixelated Detectors: Going Beyond the Rigid Disk Shift Model

 



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