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2nd Terahertz and Materials Workshop

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The University of Chester

Thornton Science Park

Pool Lane

Ince

CH2 4NU

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Very little systematic research has been done in exploring the intrinsic mechanisms between the microstructure of materials and Terahertz (THz) properties. Our workshop will be of interest to academics and industrial experts alike, and will provide opportunities for collaboration between academia and industry. We hope that by bringing people together, we inspire new ideas and solutions for new functional THz materials or improvements to current materials research methods.

The workshop will be held at Thornton Science Park, University of Chester on 21st of March 2018. The workshop is free of charge and open to everyone, if you are interested to attend, please register through EventBrite or directly email to Miss Lily Deves (l.deves@chester.ac.uk) or Dr. Bin Yang (b.yang@chester.ac.uk).


FAQs

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes, you will be required to show this on arrival.

Will there catering be provided?

Yes, a lunch buffet will be provided during the workshop.

Please inform l.deves@chester.ac.uk of any dietary requirements at least 7 days before the event.

Does the venue provide disabled access?

Yes, Thornton Science Park is fully accessible.

What do I do when I arrive?

Arrival information eg; how to collect your visitors pass, sign in, designated car park will be provided nearer to the event date.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The venue has full parking facilities, please inform us if you require a parking space.


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Travelling by car:

Sat Nav - CH2 4NU

From the M6

Take junction 20 (from the South) or junction 20A (from the North), following signs for M56/North Wales/Chester/Runcorn. Leave the M56 at junction 14, following the sign for Helsby/Stanlow/A5117 (NB: there is no junction 13 between junctions 12 and 14) and follow signs for Stanlow/A5117 to the second set of traffic lights. Then turn right onto Pool Lane and follow signs for Thornton Science Park. At the roundabout, take the first exit.

From Parkgate Road Campus

Exit the campus at Exton Park and turn left onto Parkgate Road. At the roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the A5480/Countess Way, signposted Countess of Chester/Upton/Chester Zoo. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto the A5116/Liverpool Road. After approximately one mile, turn left onto A41/Liverpool Road, signposted North Wales/Birkenhead/E’Port/Liverpool/Motorway, and then after another mile turn right at the traffic lights onto the A5032/Whitby Lane. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto the A5117 and continue for approximately four miles, and then turn left onto Pool Lane and follow signs for Thornton Science Park. At the roundabout, take the first exit.

Travelling by train:

The three main railway stations serving Thornton Science Park are:

  • Ellesmere Port (3.7 miles away)

  • Helsby (3.7 miles away)

  • Chester (8.5 miles away)

From any of these stations, Thornton Science Park is a short 8-15 minute taxi ride away. Black cabs are located outside Chester train station.

Travelling by bus:

Bus service 36 runs past the Science Park every 30 minutes; it does not provide a direct service into Chester city centre, but you can interchange at Helsby with either the 21 or X30 service. The journey from Chester takes approximately 30 minutes.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email Lily Deves (Administration Assistant) l.deves@chester.ac.uk or Dr Bin Yang (Event Organiser/Senior Lecturer) b.yang@chester.ac.uk

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Thornton Science Park

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CH2 4NU

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