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Geotechnologist Symposium 2024
11 Sep 2024 • University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Oxford Instruments
Abstract:
We envisage that the symposium will attract a diverse range of specialists with expertise in Earth & Environmental Sciences, Archaeology, and Civil Engineering from both educational institutions and the private sector. A number of specialist equipment and consumables suppliers will also attend, present and exhibit.
Topics:
The theme of the workshop will be in a similar vein to previous events including knowledge transfer in the skills and different techniques of thin section preparation, the preparation of high quality, high integrity petrographic sections and surfaces for microscopic analysis, including sample cutting, epoxy resin impregnation both vacuum and pressure, grinding, lapping, bonding, resectioning and polishing for EBSD, EMP, TEM and SEM.
Event listing ID:
1621506
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SPIE Sensors + Imaging 2024
16 Sep 2024 - 19 Sep 2024 • Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Organizer:
SPIE - The international society for optics and photonics.
Topics:
SPIE Remote Sensing | SPIE Security + Defence will gather in Edinburgh to share research.
Event listing ID:
1592780
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Faraday Discussion — Advanced imaging techniques in biomineralisation research
14 May 2025 - 16 May 2025 • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Royal Society of Chemistry
Abstract:
It becomes increasingly clear that the relationship between structure and function of hierarchical biominerals can only be understood by connecting the length scales and interrogating comprehensively the impact of atomic-level organisation and the multi-level assembly of the resulting composites. This Faraday Discussion will focus on the application of advanced methods to scrutinise existing paradigms in biomineralization and improve our understanding of mineralisation across length scales by bringing together different communities including world-leading experts in relevant imaging and spectroscopy techniques with the biomineralization community where these methods are commonly used.
Event listing ID:
1598282
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Faraday Discussion — High-entropy alloy nanostructures: from theory to application
24 Sep 2025 - 26 Sep 2025 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Royal Society of Chemistry
Abstract:
To benefit from the predicted superior properties of high-entropy alloy (HEA) nanostructures in future energy solutions, many fundamental scientific questions and challenges still remain. These include: the development of new synthetic routes to achieve nanostructures with compositional, morphological and structural control; development of new high-throughput characterization routines to examine the structural and elemental distribution of multi-elemental nanostructured materials with high spatial resolution; the development of theoretical models to predict the catalytic properties and active sites driving the reactions on multi-elemental surfaces; the evolution of HEA nanostructured catalysts under realistic operating conditions; magnetic properties of HEAs. This Faraday Discussion aims to bring together pioneers within this area in a cross-disciplinary manner by providing a platform to explore possible solutions to these challenges, while establishing a fundamental understanding of these novel materials.
Event listing ID:
1598325


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