Virtual Summer School 2020

Bringing scientists, engineers, researchers and industry together

Virtual Summer School 2020

Every Tuesday Afternoon from 2:00pm

14th July -1st September

A computer screen near you!

The 2020 Virtual Summer School 14th July-1st September
Let me share with you how the programme is looking.

Tuesday 14th July 2020
2:00pm Introduction from Paul Raithby and Martin Elliott
2:30 pm Introductory Lecture from Chick Wilson
3:45pm Selection of groups

Tuesday 21st July
2:00pm Neil Champness. Solid State Assembly at surfaces
3:15pm Student Introductions and flash presentations

Tuesday 28th July
2:00pm Harris Makatsoris Developing Self Optimised Chemical System through Self Evolution.
3:15pm Student Introductions and flash presentations

Tuesday 4th August
2:00pm Tim Easun
3:15pm Tom Hasell Interlocked Cages, Sulphur polymers and not knowing what I’m doing!

Tuesday 11th August
2:00pm  Mike Ward Molecular Cages
3:15pm Chris Frampton Crystallography

Tuesday 18th August
2:00pm Niek Buurma DNA: Intelligent bricks for biocompatible direct assembly and disassembly
3:15pm Anna Peacock Assembling peptide and protein structures

Tuesday 25th August
2:00pm Yaroslav Khimyak Crossing the boundariesof NMR methods to gain molecular level understanding
3:15pm Julia Weinstein Photochemistry for Directed Assembly

Tuesday 1st September
2:00pm Student Presentations
4:30pm Close and feedback

Each afternoon there will also be the opportunity for Question and Answer sessions. We will be asking each attendee to give flash presentations and we will also be arranging some syndicates for project work. Don’t worry if  you cannot commit to eight consecutive tuesday afternoons, all of the lectures will be available to watch afterwards.

We still have a few places available so please bring this to the attention of your group colleagues, I am sure there will be few better ways to spend Tuesday afternoons over the course of the summer!

If you have an interest in being involved, then please drop me a note at  martin.elliott@kcl.ac.uk