CNIE-SAXS Seminar and Networking Event: Adventures with Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering at USC

18 July 2017

On Monday 24th July, CNIE holds their very first SAXS Seminar on Adventures with Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering at USC. It will take place from 1pm at UCL Department of Chemical Engineering, WC1E 7SZ.

Organised by Dr Han Wu and Dr Stefan Guldin, the talk will be given by Prof. Morgan Stefik from the University of South Carolina. He is a leading Scientist working on Functional nanostructures, block copolymers, self-assembly and nanoparticles with many years of experience of SAXS and GISAXS and high impact publications  

After the seminar in Roberts Building 309, a networking session will take place from 2-3pm in Roberts Building 310, where you are welcome to chat and have tea/cakes.  

The event is public and open to everyone. Please come along to the seminar, and register your interest to the networking event via our Eventbrite link.

CNIE-SAXS Seminar and Networking Event: Adventures with Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering at USC