Programme

13:30 - 15:30 BST (UTC-01:00)

Tuesday 18 May

 

Chair: Sarah Rogers

13:30  

Welcome & intro to the special interest groups

13:45

(Invited) Biological processes at cellular membranes - new knowledge through the use of neutron- And X-ray Scattering
Marité Cárdenas - Malmö University

 

Session: Small-angle neutron scattering in colloid science
Chair: 
Sarah Rogers

Session: Neutron reflectometry in interface science

Chair: 
Natasha Rhys

14:15

Nanostructuring of Short Designed Peptides
Jian Lu - University of Manchester                                                                                                                           
Spike SARS-coV-2 Protein Removes Lipids From Model Membranes and Interferes with the Capacity of High-Density Lipoprotein to Exchange Lipids
Yubexi Correa - Malmö University

14:30

On the structure and the dynamics of polysaccharide-mediated multi-layered vesicles
Leonardo Chiappisi - Institut Laue Langevin                    

Remote Control of Aqueous Interfaces with Arylazopyrazole Amphiphiles and Their Characterization with Neutron Reflectometry and Sum-Frequency Generation
Björn Braunschweig - University Münster

14:45

Interpreting simultaneous small-angle neutron scattering and reflection from surfactant stabilised air-water foams
Peter Griffiths - University of Greenwich

Endocytosis across scales: from molecular structures to a functional process
Andreas Santamaria - ILL

 

Chair: Jeroen van Duijneveldt

15:00

(Invited) Neutralising Acid in Engine Oil – How Stopped-Flow Neutron Scattering Transformed our Perspective
David Growney - Lubrizol

Tuesday 25 May

 

Chair: Natasha Rhys

13:30

(Invited) Scattering studies of polymer-drug conjugates: from Fishing to resolve, to starting to Dissolve
Alison Paul - Cardiff University

 

Session: Small-angle neutron scattering in colloid science
Chair: 
Jeroen van Duijneveldt

Session: Neutron reflectometry in interface science

Chair: 
Richard Campbell

14:00 Response of soft deformable microgels to crowding determined using small-angle neutron scattering with contrast variation
Andrea Scotti - RWTH - Aachen University

Controlling Reservoir Formation at the Air/Water Interface by Nanoparticle Design
Javier Carrascosa Tejedor - University of Manchester / Institut Laue-Langevin

14:15 Insights into the Structure of Sunscreen Lotions: A Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Study
Omar Mansour - De Montfort University

Geometrical Confinement Squashes the Thermoresponse of a Poly(N‑isopropylacrylamide) Brush
Timothy J. Murdoch - University of Loughborough

14:30 Microfluidic-SANS Engineering of Complex Formulations Across Scales
Aysha Rafique - Imperial College London

Ozonolysis of fatty acid monolayers at the air–water interface under atmospheric conditions
Maximilian Skoda - STFC

 

Chair: Richard Campbell

14:45

Reflections on the solid/liquid interface: Minerals, Metals and Extreme Conditions 
Stuart Clarke - University of Cambridge

15:15

Panel discussion and concluding remarks (Chaired by Richard Campbell and Natasha Rhys)

15:30

Close


Key dates

Abstract submission deadline [extended]

16 April 2021

Registration deadline:

24 May 2021 (12:00 BST)


Organised by:

IOP/RSC Neutron Scattering Group

RSC Colloid and Interface Science Group

SCI Colloid and Surface Chemistry Group