OXFORD NANOWIRES MEEETING
MBI Al Jabber Auditorium, Corpus Christi College, Merton Street, Oxford
Tuesday 20 March 2018
Introduction and Scope:
This is a one-day meeting that brings together UK groups who are researching a plethora of III-V nanowires and provides a summary of the latest Nanowires research that is happening across the UK. The underlying aim is to facilitate better collaboration, help generate new ideas and to allow us to better complete with coordinated programmes throughout the rest of the EU and further afield. The meeting will consist of invited talks by a selection of group leaders in the morning, and a strategy meeting for group leaders after lunch. Poster stands will be placed in the auditorium foyer throughout the day and postdoctoral fellows and graduate students are encouraged to present posters.
Venue: MBI Al Jaber Auditorium, Corpus Christi College, Merton Street Oxford, OX1 4JF
Date: Tuesday 20 MAR 2018, 10am- 4pm
We ask all participants (both invited speakers and regular participants) to register using the link below:
So that we get the number correct for catering purposes could you please register before Monday 12 March.
As this meeting has no external funding there is a registration fee of £40 which includes morning tea, lunch in the College Hall and afternoon tea.
10:00 Arrival. Tea and Coffee, MBI Al Jabber Foyer
10:15 Welcome and Meeting Introduction (Michael Johnston)
10:20 Rachel Oliver (Cambridge)
10:40 David Mowbray (Sheffield)
11:00 Antonio Hurtado (Strathclyde)
11:20 Sohini Kar-Narayan (Cambridge)
11:40 Ana Sanchez (Warwick)
12:00 Shengfu Yang (Leicester)
12:20 Lunch (The Hall, Corpus Christi College) and Posters
13:20 Patrick Parkinson (Manchester)
13:40 Stephan Hofmann (Cambridge)
14:00 Diana Huffaker (Cardiff)
14:20 Michael Johnston (Oxford)
14:40 Strategy Meeting (Group Leaders)
Posters, Networking & Lab Tour (Other Delegates)
15:40 Afternoon Tea
16:00 Close of Meeting.
We have tried to make the schedule of the meeting so that you can travel out and back on the same day, however if you are located far from Oxford
the following link may be helpful for securing college style accommodation: