We would like to invite you to the University of Warwick in December to a workshop on terahertz (THz) science and technology themed on THz Instrumentation and Applications. The scientific and technical session of talks and posters will be on Tuesday 11th December.
- We have now filled all discounted accommodation spaces. However, there are still some rooms currently available at the standard rate which can be booked directly with Warwick conferences.
- We are currently finalising the talk schedule so will no longer consider new submissions for talks.
- Posters should be prepared size A0, portrait.
Monday 10th December
|6pm||Registration||Radcliffe House, Warwick University|
Radcliffe House, Warwick University
Tuesday 11th December
||Introduction and Welcome|
||5x 15 minute talks from UK groups|
||6x 15 minute talks from UK groups|
|15:20-15:50||“THz mapping of corneal water content for the early detection of disease”, Zachery Taylor, Aalto University, Finland|
|15:50-16:00||Student poster award|
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