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Measurement and Modelling Research Symposium 2023

Measurement and Modelling
Research Symposium
21 March 2023

Join the Measurement & Modelling Cluster for a range of inspirational speakers showcasing the latest thinking in their fields, and networking lunch with PhD poster presentations.

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Location: Faculty of Arts Building, University Road, CV4 7EQ
All talks in FAB 0.08
Posters and lunch in main foyer

Morning Programme

10:00 Start

10 am "Aspects to consider in the engineering of semiconducting materials for solar fuel production"

Associate Professor Ludmilla Steier, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford.

11 am "Watching ion-driven RNA folding and misfolding by molecular simulations"

Dr Naoto Hori, Research Fellow in Computational Biophysics, School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham

12:00 - 13

:00: Lunch with tea and coffee

Afternoon Programme

1 pm "The uses and development of ultra-high resolution mass spectrometry for the study of chemical and biochemical systems"

Dr. C. A. Wootton, Head of MRMS R&D, Bruker Daltonics, Bremen, Germany

2 pm "Excited state properties of metal-halide perovskite semiconductors from first principles computational modelling"

Associate Professor Marina Filip, Department of Physics, University of Oxford.

Closes by 15:30

Please do come along to Prof. Michelle Chang's RSC Centenary Prize lectureLink opens in a new window at 16:00 also in FAB 0.08 which is open to all Chemistry and FSEM Staff and Students.