Poster Programme

This poster programme is subject to change


Atomic force microscopy for the visualization of DNA topology on cationic lipid membranes
Bernice Akpinar, Imperial College London, UK

P.02    Filling single-walled carbon nanotubes with white phosphorus
Martin Hart, University College London, UK

P.03    Solid-state diffusion in photocatalytic titanium dioxide
Shiny Mathew, University College London, UK

P.04    Deconvoluting the key parameters governing hole transfer and transport in hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite solar cells
Robert Westbrook, Imperial College London, UK 

P.05    Terahertz spectroscopy and microscopy with small aperture  probes
Thomas Siday, University College London, UK

P.06    The observation of water-cation interaction in ionic liquid multilayers using near-ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
Zoë Henderson, University of Central Lancashire, UK
P.07    Synthesis and characterisation of 2D epitaxial nanocrystals
Peiyu Chen, University of Oxford, UK

P.08    Nucleation and growth of anatase TiO2(001) on the SrTiO3(001) surface
Yakun Gao, University of Oxford, UK 

P.09    A structural and chemical characterisation of metallocene thin films
Roland Leber, University College London, UK

P.10    The influence of Mo alloying on the microstructure and mechanical properties of ultrafine-grained Ni processed by high pressure torsion
Garima Kapoor, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

P.11    Microstructured particles by demixing and extraction in microfluidics
Aysha Rafique, Imperial College London, UK 

P.12    Biochemical imaging at the nanoscale with scattering-type scanning near-field optical microscopy in the mid-infrared
William Hart, Imperial College London, UK 

P.13    A molecularly resolved study of palladium coordination to a self-assembled monolayer (SAM)
Rodrigo M. Ortiz de la Morena, St. Andrews University, UK 
P.14    Characterization of cell-surface receptors involved in receptor-mediated virus entry using HIV receptors as a model
Dario Valter Conca, University College London, UK 

P.15    Investigation of degradation at perovskite/water vapour interfaces
Chun-Ren Ke, The University of Manchester, UK  

P.16    Surface structures of niobium oxide 2D nanostructures and ultrathin films
Shuqiu Wang, University of Oxford, UK 

P.17    Development of a high intensity electrospray source for UHV deposition of large functional molecules for STM studies
Dan Warr, University of Warwick, UK 

P.18    Porous BN as a novel adsorbent
Sofia Marchesini, Imperial College London, UK 

P.19    3D Bioactive glass fibers for wound healing
Elizabeth Norris, Imperial College London, UK

P.20    An investigation into the growth of small Ag clusters on the surface of anatase TiO2(101): A combined XPS and STM study
Michael Wagstaffe, The University of Manchester, UK

P.21    Morphology and structural features of cube-shaped Ce1-xEuxO2 nanoparticles synthesized by microwave-assisted hydrothermal method
Oleksii Bezkrovnyi, W. Trzebiatowski Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland 

P.22    Density functional theory study of benzene adsorption on Fe surfaces
Bianca Provost, University of Cambridge, UK

P.23    Electronic applications of few-layer phosphorus allotropes
Mark Wentink, University College London, UK 

P.24    Crystal-surface studies of pharmaceutical materials and defects under stress-induced transformation: the case of carbamazepine dihydrate
Gabriela Schneider Rauber, University of Cambridge, UK

P.25    Observing the wanderings of gold atoms across the TiO2 anatase (101) surface: A scanning tunnelling microscopy investigation
Oscar Williams, University College London, UK 

P.26    Plasma treatment effects on biocompatibility and cell adhesion of Polyaniline/Chitosan nanocomposites towards MDA MB 231 and PBMC cells
Rajiv Borah, University of Brighton, UK 

P.27    Surface characterization of biomimetic In2.77S4 synthetized with and without Mimosa pudica leaves as template
Ruben Ahumada-Lazo, The University of Manchester, UK

P.28    Two-dimensional NMR relaxometry as a non-invasive tool for comparing adsorption strengths in silica-supported catalysts
Neil Robinson, University of Cambridge, UK

P.29    Towards two-dimensional oxides for optoelectronic applications
Jonathan Rackham, Imperial College London, UK

P.30    Quality of graphene on sapphire: Long-range order from  helium diffraction versus lattice defects from raman spectroscopy
Gloria Anemone, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

P.31    Epitaxial graphene: the ultimate mirror for scanning neutral helium microscopy?
Amjad Al Taleb, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

P.32    Impact of nano features on the properties of newly synthesised n = 3 Ruddlesden-Popper phase materials
Mudasir Ahmad Yatoo, Imperial College London, UK

P.33    Designing nanostructured scaffolds for the remediation of environmental and biological tissue contaminants
Tochukwu Ozulumba, University of Brighton, UK 

P.34    Spin based characterisation of molecular thin films
Daphne Lubert-Perquel, Imperial College London, UK

P.35    Co-adsorption of alanine and water on Ni{110}
Panayiotis Tsaousis, University of Reading, UK 

P.36    Electron-Phonon coupling and atom-surface interaction of the topological insulator Bi2Te3(111)
Anton Tamtögl, Graz University of Technology, Austria

P.37    Surface molecular analysis fo nanofibers scaffolds 
Eleonora Paladino, CMAC - University of Strathclyde, UK

P.38    Electroluminescence modulation effects in ferroelectric based nanocomposites
Diana Aznakayeva, The University of Manchester, UK

P.39    Self-Assembly and on-surface reactions of binol molecules on copper surfaces
James Lawrence, University of Warwick, UK

P.40    Functionalisation of silicon surfaces for monolayer doping applications
Maart van Druenen, University College Cork, Ireland

P.41    Synthesis of FeCo alloys for biomedical applications
Andreas Sergides, University College London, UK

P.42   DBBA adsorption on an aperiodic Cu film atop the five-fold surface of icosahedral A1PdMn
Simon Smalley, University of Central Lancashire, UK 

P.43    Ab initio band structure modelling of the (2x1)(111) diamond-graphene interface
Benjamen Reed, Aberystwyth University, UK 

P.44    Calculating the reactivity of metal surfaces using DFT
Amy L Miller, University of Cambridge, UK

P.45    Quantum Molecular Dynamics modelling of 5FU onto Oxygen and Hydrogen (100) terminated diamond.
Simon Astley, Aberysytwyth University, UK 

P.46    Characterisation of FexSy scales formed in high temperature sulfidation conditions
Jekaterina Fomcenkova, CDT ACM, UK

P.47    Dandelion-shape TiO2/Graphene stores lithium via triphase boundaries
Weixin Song, Imperial College London, UK

P.48   Wide area synthesis of long order vanadium pentoxide nanostructured thin films
Megha Singh, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

P.49   Plasma assisted sulfurization of MoO3 into core-shell MoO2-MoS2 heterostructured nanoflakes
Prabhat Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

P.50    Effect of annealing temperature on structural and optical properties of undoped and Gd-doped Barium Titanate
Neha Sarin, Gargi College, India

 Abstract submission is now closed

Key dates

  • Poster abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]:
    23 June 2016
  • Registration deadline:
    26 July 2016

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