Venue: UCL Physics E7
Venue: XLG1 LT, Christopher Ingold Building, Gordon Street, UCL
In this soiree Prof Bilge Yildiz from MIT will explain how protonic electrochemical synapses can be used for energy-efficient brain-inspired computing and Prof Kenneth Harris will explain how he is using neuropixel probes to study how brain operates and challenges for neuromorphic electronics.
Venue: B03 Ricardo LT in Drayton House
Venue: Theoretical, Computational and Data-driven Chemistry (TCDC) B10, Molecular Sciences & Research Hub (MSRH)
Venue: The Great Hall, King's College London, Strand
This workshop will be dedicated to the memory of Dr. Nicola Bonini, who passed away in October 2022. Nicola was a Reader in the Department of Physics at King’s College London where, since 2011, he taught physics and led research that made a significant impact on the field of first-principles modelling of electronic and thermal transport and its application to two-dimensional and thermoelectric materials. The invited talks will be given by the leaders in these fields, including Nicola's collaborators and colleagues, and will celebrate his research and achievements.
Venue: iQ East Court (Scape): 0.14, Queen Mary University of London
Venue: B29 - Public Cluster in Foster Court, Gower St, London WC1E 6BT
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Imperial College London, Royal School of Mines, room 228
Giovanni Sordi, Royal Holloway
Giorgio Sangiovanni, Universität Würzburg
Venue: B29 - Bush House SE 2.12
Venue: Torrington Place (1-19), room G13
Venue: XLG1 LT, Christopher Ingold Building, followed by a drinks reception in the Nyholm Room
The Thomas Young Centre for the theory and simulation of materials and molecules in London is organising the TYC 7th Energy Materials workshop with focus on the journey from data to discovery of new energy materials. The workshop will feature a range of invited talks as well as oral presentations and posters.
In addition to invited talks, we invite applications for contributed talks (20 + 5 minutes).