Call for oral abstracts deadline – 13 July 2012
The last ten years have seen dramatic developments in our understanding of the surface science of nanoparticles grown on solid surfaces. These developments are continuing apace, not least in our understanding of nanoparticle structures at the atomic scale.
Fabrication, Structure and Reactivity of Anchored Nanoparticles: Faraday Discussion 162 will focus on the following themes:
- Novel chemical methods for anchored nanoparticle fabrication
- The surface science of anchored nanoparticles
- CO-oxidation on nanoparticles studied in-situ
- Theoretical aspects of anchored nanoparticle structure/reactivity
We do hope you will take the opportunity to join this Discussion where you will be able to hear excellent speakers, including:
- Charlie Campbell (Introductory) University of Washington Seattle
- Gabor Somorjai (Closing), University of California at Berkeley, USA
- Scott Anderson, University of Utah
- Simon Beaumont, University of California at Berkeley, USA
- Niklas Nilius, FHI Berlin
- Kiyotaka Asakura, Hokkaido University
- Swetlana Schauermann, FHI Berlin
- Philippe Sautet, University of Lyon
- Matt Neurock, University of Virginia
In addition you will be able to take advantage of networking with other delegates with interest and experience in nanoparticle structures and reactivity, at both the interactive poster sessions and the conference dinner.
Professor Mike Bowker and the rest of the Scientific Committee look forward to welcoming you and your colleagues to Berlin in April 2013.