IRDG 187

Theme: 10th Martin & Willis Prize Meeting
Date: 11th September 2008
Location: Glasgow University

Programme

  • Bio-analysis using SERRS and functionalised nanoparticle
    • Professor Duncan Graham (University of Strathclyde)
  • The application of vibrational spectroscopy to study liquid phase chemical processes
    • Dr John Moore (University of York)
  • Ultrafast Transient Vibrational Spectroscopy of Chromoproteins
    • Professor Steve Meech (University of East Anglia)
  • The application of vibrational spectroscopy to investigate the surface chemistry of heterogeneous catalysts
    • Professor Marco Daturi (University of Caen Basse Normandie)
  • The application of frequency response techniques for the study of kinetics and the identification of active sites in heterogeneous catalysis
    • Dr Gordon McDougall (University of Edinburgh)
  • The application of in situ FTIR spectroscopy to study electrochemical processes
      • Professor Paul Christensen (University of Newcastle)
    • The application of vibrational spectroscopy as a process analytical probe
      • Professor David Littlejohn (University of Strathclyde)