Seminar

Speaker / Host:
Professor Jamie Hobbs (The University of Sheffield)
Speaker / Host - external: 
Professor Jamie Hobbs (The University of Sheffield)
Date: 
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 - 1:00pm
Type: 
Seminar
Campus: 
UCL

Speaker information

Location: TBC

Seminar

Speaker / Host:
Professor Malte Gather (University of St Andrews)
Speaker / Host - external: 
Professor Malte Gather (University of St Andrews)
Date: 
Wednesday, 25 April 2018 - 1:00pm
Type: 
Seminar
Campus: 
UCL

Speaker information

Location: TBC

Seminar - Many Weak Interactions Make a Difference – from “Fuzzy” Biomolecular Self Assembly to Superselectivity

Speaker / Host:
Dr Ralf Richter (University of Leeds)
Speaker / Host - external: 
Dr Ralf Richter (University of Leeds)
Date: 
Wednesday, 7 February 2018 - 10:00am
Type: 
Seminar
Campus: 
UCL

Seminar - From Crystallites to Compressors – Application of Advanced Materials Characterisation Techniques to Aero-Engines

Speaker / Host:
Dr Katherine Fox, Rolls-Royce Ltd
Speaker / Host - external: 
Dr Katherine Fox, Rolls-Royce Ltd
Date: 
Friday, 24 November 2017 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Type: 
Seminar
Campus: 
UCL

Venue: Institute of Education, 421 Nunn Hall, 20 Bedford Way

Seminar - Metal oxide-based water splitting devices: developing upscalable synthetic routes using chemical vapour deposition

Speaker / Host:
Dr Andreas Kafizas, Department of Chemistry
Speaker / Host - external: 
Dr Andreas Kafizas, Department of Chemistry
Date: 
Monday, 27 November 2017 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Type: 
Seminar
Campus: 
Imperial College London

Room G01, Royal School of Mines, South Kensington Campus

Abstract: Since the first demonstration of photoelectrochemical water splitting using TiO2, this route to renewable hydrogen fuel has been pursued with great endeavor. Some of the most promising materials for water oxidation are metal oxides, as they are often water stable, show high resistance to photocorrosion and can be grown by low cost and upscalable methodologies such as chemical vapour deposition (CVD).

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