Information on the format of talks is given below in the corresponding sections. A full programme can be found here.
In all cases, standard A/V facilities will be provided, but we should be able to accommodate personal laptops if required. The PC provided will have powerpoint and a PDF viewer installed. We ask that you check that your slides/laptop etc. work (in collaboration with your session chair) before the session starts.
The following speakers are currently confirmed:
The keynote talks are 45 minutes + 5 minutes of questions, and are spread across sessions on all three days.
- Christine Mottet (Centre Interdisciplinaire de Nanoscience de Marseille, France)
- Karen Johnston (University of Strathclyde, UK)
- Paul Popelier (The University of Manchester, UK)
- Patrick Fowler, FRS (University of Sheffield, UK)
- Marie-Pierre Gaigeot (University of Evry, France)
Contributed talks are 25 minutes + 5 minutes of questions, taking place across all three days.
- Andrew G. Leach (Liverpool John Moores University)
- Christophe Vaillant (University of Cambridge)
- Davide Tiana (University College Cork)
- Christopher Robertson (University of Warwick)
- Peter Kraus (Leibniz Universitat Hannover)
- Thomas Northey (Newcastle University)
- Gareth Richings (University of Warwick)
- Adam Thetford (University of Manchester)
- Matthew Addicoat (Nottingham Trent University)
- Richard Henchman (University of Manchester)
Graduate student talks
The graduate student meeting will take place on the Tuesday afternoon, comprising 20 minute talks plus 5 minutes for questions. There will be a prize for the best graduate student talk.
- Timothy Naginey (University of Oxford)
- Heider Hussein (University of Birmingham)
- Kevin Rossi (King's College London)
- Samuel Buxton (University of Warwick)
- James Shaw (University of Birmingham)
- Darren Bellshaw (University of Edinburgh)
- Joseph Lawrence (University of Oxford)
- Timothy Wiles (University of Bristol)