Nano Meets Spectroscopy: SUPA-sponsored meeting
- Event time: Starts on 15th September 2011. Runs until 16th September 2011
- Event dates: 15th September 2011 to 16th September 2011
- Location: National Physical Laboratory, Teddington
Nano Meets Spectroscopy is a multidisciplinary event centred on the biosciences. It will bring together leading experts and topics in fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy with common aims in the science and technology of molecular measurements.
The meeting includes invited and contributed talks, posters and an instrument exhibition.
Papers will be published in a special issue of the Institute of Physics journal Measurement Science and Technology. Please note that the abstract deadline is 30th June 2011.
Hot topics to be covered include super-resolution microscopy, metal enhanced fluorescence, protein aggregation, single-wall carbon nanotubes and metabolic sensing.
We have a growing list of distinguished speakers and a limit of 120 places. Hence we are encouraging SUPA post graduates in particular to register early to avoid disappointment as it promises to be a very popular and exciting event.
To allow time for travel, the meeting will start around lunchtime on the 15th, and close around 4 pm on the afternoon of the 16th September.
If you have any questions about the event please contact David Birch djs.birch [at] strath.ac.uk