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BP Day Symposium

When Apr 25, 2013
from 10:30 AM to 05:30 PM
Where Pfizer Lecture Theatre, Department of Chemistry, Lensfield Road
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The BP day symposium provides 2nd and 3rd year PhD students from the Materials Research Interest Group (RIG) in Chemistry an opportunity to present their research to the department.

 

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Schedule

Time

Presenter and TitleSupervisor 
10:15–10:20

Erwin Reisner
Opening Remarks

Chair: Dr John Griffin (Grey Group)

10:20–10:35

Samuel Jones
Metal Nanotube Functionalisation and Self-assembly via Curcurbit(8)uril Ternary Complex formation

Scherman
10:35–10:50

Christopher Kerr
in situ NMR of silicon nanowire-based lithium-ion batteries

Grey
10:50–11:05

Adam Brewer
Non-Covalent Interactions in Physisorbed Layers

Clarke
11:05–11:20

Dinesh Mirpuri Vatvani
Predicting the morphology of organic solids

Jones
11:20–11:35 BREAK and Posters

Chair: Dr J Govindasamy (Nitschke Group)

11:35–11:50

Salvatore Zarra
Self-Assembly and Host-Guest Chemistry of Water-Soluble Metal-Organic Architectures

Nitschke
11:50–12:05

Fiona Christie
Routes to understanding aggregation behaviour of insulin through supramolecular chemistry

Scherman
12:05–12:20

Claire Wombwell
Modeling the active site of NiFeSe Hydrogenases

Reisner
12:20–12:35

Lina Zhou
In-situ 7Li NMR detecting Li order in the intermediate transition and dynamics process of Li1.08Mn1.92O4

Grey
12:35–13:30 BREAK and Posters

Chair: Dr Christine Caputo (Reisner Group)

13:30–13:45

Enass Abo Hamed
Thermoresponsive Ruthenium-Polymer Nanocomposites for Catalytic Production, Storage and Controlled Release of H2 in Water

Scherman
13:45–14:00

Fiona Strobridge
A mechanistic study of the next generation Li-ion battery cathode material, LiFexCol-xPO4

Grey

14:00–14:15

Sam Black
Polycatenated Tetrahedra

Nitschke
14:15–14:30

Philip Harford
New lithiocuprate bases for use as directed metallating agents

Wheatley
14:30–14:45

Emma-Rose Coad
Wood Modification for sustainable development

Scherman
14:45–15:00

Xiao Hua
Strutural Study of Anode Material Li1+xV1-xO2 by Solid State NMR and PDF Analyses

Grey
15:00–15:15 BREAK and Posters

Chair: Dr Zarah Walsh (Scherman Group)

15:15–15:30

Ernest Chow
Probing aspirin crystals by atomic force microscopy

Jones
15:30–15:45

Hao Wang
NMR studies on the mechanism of Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitors

Grey
15:45–16:00

Colm Browne
Subcomponent Self-Assembly Using Pd2+

Nitschke
16:00–16:15

Anna Andreou
Boron-Boron bond formation via hydroboration of dienes

Scherman
16:15–16:30

Fezile Lakadamyali
Photocatalytic H2 Evolution with Synthetic Cobalt Catalysts on Dye-sensitised TiO2 Nanoparticles

Reisner

Chair: Dr Jonathan Nitschke

16:30–17:30

Professor Iris Oppel, RWTH Aachen University
Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry – Nano Puzzle and More

17:30 Wine reception and prizes in Todd Hamied room

 

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