Dr Silvia Capelli
Crystals can be found anywhere around us: from sugar and salt on our dining tables, to snowflakes and gemstones in nature, up in roofs in solar panels or in electrical cars' batteries. Determining the relative arrangement of atoms in crystalline materials is one of the key points in understanding their properties and possible applications but also in designing new materials. Neutron crystallography is one of the core techniques in this context.
Lectures held at 6.30pm, Franklin Room, Institute of Physics HQ, 80 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT. Refreshments are served from 6pm on the day of the lecture. Please register below to attend lectures.