As part of the Queen Mary University of London and Peking University joint research project on Molecular Magnetism, we will be holding a 1-day workshop to disseminate key results of the project, and open up a wider debate in the UK and Chinese scientific communities on open problems in molecular magnetism. Presentations will be given by academics and researchers involved in the project, as well as those from external institutions. Presentations will be on a variety of topics, such as single molecular magnets, metal-organic framework materials and novel high frequency methods used to measure them. Key speakers include Profs Song Gao, Bingwu Wang and Zheming Wang from Peking University, Drs Alan Drew and Anthony Phillips from QMUL, Prof Rob Hicken from Exeter University, Dr Jorge Quintanilla from Kent University and Dr Francis Pratt from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. Attendance (including refreshments and lunch) is free, but space is limited so will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. If you would like to attend, please email Alan Drew on A.J.Drew@qmul.ac.uk before the 20th March. If you have special dietary requirements or require other assistance to attend the workshop, please include this request in the email. The workshop will take place in the GO Jones building on the Mile End campus of Queen Mary University of London. Further details of the venue will be sent with a confirmation of a place.
Date: 27th March
Time: 10am - 6pm