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Lecture Theatre 2

Department of Chem Eng and Biotechnology

Philippa Fawcett Drive



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In this 3rd CAMatNet meeting we bring together scientists in Cambridge who are imaging the structure and properties of materials across different lengthscales using many forms of radiation and microscopies. The central themes of the meeting will be to see how complementary and novel techniques can reveal previously hidden structure and functionality, how machine learning and compressed sensing methods are transforming the way imaging data is analysed and how new instrumentation is enabling new materials and new devices to be studied for the first time. Speakers will come from across a wide spectrum of Cambridge departments with a mix of established and early-career researchers. The meeting will be an opportunity to make new contacts, re-kindle existing ones and to network with others in the field.

Confirmed Speakers:

Martin Benning (DAMTP)
Sean Collins (MSM)
Ronan Daly (IfM)
Richard Harrison (Esc)
Louise Hirst (Phys/MSM)
Richard Langford (Phys)
Sohini Kar-Narayan (MSM)
Rachel Oliver (MSM)
Sam Stranks (Phys)
Silvia Vignolini (Chem)
Axel Zeitler (CEB)


9.30 Registration

10.00 Dr Rachel Oliver (MSM):

"Future opportunities in time-resolved cathodoluminescence microscopy"

10.25 Dr Sam Stranks (Cav):

"Imaging Luminescence in Halide Perovskite Photovoltaics"

10.50 Dr Louise Hirst (MSM/Cav):

"Imaging compositional variation in III-V alloys with STEM and APT"

11.15 Coffee Break

11.45 Dr Sean Collins (MSM):

"Dissecting electronic structure and chemical microstructure by spatially-resolved and 3D electron beam spectroscopies"

12.10 Dr Martin Benning (DAMTP):

"Directional sinogram inpainting for limited angle tomography"

12. 35 Dr Silvia Vignolini (Chem):

"Bio-inspired Photonics: from nature to applications"

1.00 Lunch (in Goldsmiths at MSM)

2.15 Dr Sohini Kar-Narayan (MSM):

"Mapping electromechanical properties of materials at the nanoscale"

2.40 Prof Axel Zeitler (CEB):

"Analysis of anisotropic pore structures of pharmaceutical tablets using terahertz radiation"

3.05 Dr Richard Langford (Cav):

"The use of insitu SEM serial block microtoming, atom probe and insitu liquid cell TEM to study dentinal tubule occlusion from a toothpaste formulation containing a bioactive glass"

3.30 Coffee Break

4.00 Dr Ronan Daly (IfM):

"Helium and neon ion microscopy and patterning – a new capability in Cambridge"

4.25 Prof Richard Harrison (ESc):

"From deep time to deep space: nanopaleomagnetism of Earth and planetary materials"

4.50 Concluding Remarks and Drinks (in Tearoom at MSM)



There is also an opportunity to display posters during the day, if you wish to do so please email Ana Talaban-Bailey with a poster title.

(Posters will be displayed at MSM)

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

The Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology is on the West Cambridge Site. There is no parking available on site. The Madingley Park and Ride car park is about a 10 minute walk away and the Universal bus that runs between Addenbrookes - the Town Centre - Madingley Park and Ride stops outside the department. For details, See:

We would like to thank Zeiss for its sponsorship

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Department of Chem Eng and Biotechnology

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