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Materials Science & Engineering

Materials Science & Engineering

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AMSCDT PGR Conference in Metallic Materials 2024

Description

Located at The Innovation Centre, University of Manchester on 9th and 10th July, with a conference dinner at The Manchester Museum.

The Postgraduate Research Conference in Metallic Materials aims to give postgraduate researchers the opportunity to hone their talents at presenting to national and international audiences in a warm and welcoming environment.

It's a great chance to develop those all-important skills in communicating your work, as well as a great time to network with peers, colleagues, and external keynote speakers with the metallics industry.

This year the conference is hosted at The Innovation Centre at the University of Manchester (Grafton street) on 9th and 10th July, with a conference dinner at The Manchester Museum, underneath Stan the dinosaur! 

Delegates should make their own arragnements for accmmodation and travel. 

Attendee CategoryCost   
2-day Delegate£100.00[Read More]
Single day Delegate 10th July£50.00[Read More]
Single day Delegate 9th July£50.00[Read More]
Applied Diffraction Refinement Course

Applied Diffraction Refinement Course

Description

This course will explore powder diffraction refinement techniques used to analyse the data obtained and is a basic introduction to these techniques and their application.

This is a one day course which will take place on 17th September 2024. The course will be held at the Royce Discovery Centre on Portobello Street in Sheffield and run by Dr Lewis Owen. Participants are expected to attend in person, there is NOT an hybrid or online option.

X-ray powder diffraction is one of the most common in-house characterisation methods, used to provide information on a host of different samples including metals, ceramics, battery materials and pharmaceuticals. This course will explore powder diffraction refinement techniques used to analyse the data obtained. This course is basic introduction to these techniques and their application. It will include a strong practical element, with guided walkthroughs and trial examples. Information on the underlying theory of powder diffraction will also be provided as a series of virtual lectures in advance of the session.

Participants are expected to bring a laptop. There are some pre course activities which will need to be completed prior to the 17th September. Details of this will be sent in due course.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided. 

External people only - Internal students please contact [email protected] for a place on an internal course. 

Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Student Rate£50.00[Read More]
2. Post Doc Rate£100.00[Read More]
3. Industry Rate£150.00[Read More]

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