IRDG 202

Theme: 12th Martin & Willis Prize Meeting and IRDG 202
Date: 12th – 13th September 2013
Location: University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

Martin & Willis Programme

  • Correlations between reaction profiles and catalyst structure for nitrobenzene hydrogenation over alumina-supported Pd catalysts
    • Clement Morisse (University of Glasgow)
  • Real time Raman spectroscopy to understand dissolution performance of amorphous solid dispersions
    • Francesco Tres (University of Nottingham)
  • Development of a highly sensitive magnetic nanoparticle-based molecular diagnostics assay
    • Tara Donnelly (University of Strathclyde)
  • External cavity – quantum cascade laser based nanospectroscopy of nospectroscopy of fungal hyphae
    • Georg Ramer (Vienna University of Technology)
  • Stand-off spectroscopy for the detection of chemical warfare agents
    • Rhea Clewe (Dstl)
  • Infrared spectroscopy of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotides in one and two dimensions
    • Niall Simpson (University of Strathclyde)
  • Measuring protein glycosylation by tip-enhanced Raman scattering (TERS)
    • David Cowcher (University of Manchester)
  • Relating structure to release rate for γ-irradiated hGH containing PLGA microparticles: ATR-FTIR imaging study
    • Hakan Keles (Sheffield Hallam University)
  • Developing novel SERS nanosensors for measuring intracellular redox state
    • Jing Jiang (University of Edinburgh)
  • Surfactant adsorption by total internal reflection Raman spectroscopy
    • Alexander Dudgeon (Durham University)
  • Towards controllable fabrication of probes for tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
    • Faris Sinjab (University of Nottingham)
  • 3D Optical imaging of multiple SERS nanotags in cells
    • Sarah McAughtrie (University of Strathclyde)
  • Raman tweezers for immobilisation and analysis of individual prostate cancer cells
    • Stephen Casabella (University of Manchester)

IRDG 202 Programme

  •  Profiling Caramel Colour in the Scotch Whisky Industry using Mid-infrared Spectrometry with an Attenuated Total Reflectance Probe
    • Alison Nordon (University of Strathclyde)
  • The inherent problem of transflection infrared and spectroscopy the consequences for spectral-pathology and cytology
    • Peter Gardner (University of Manchester)
  • What is it? Where is it? How much is there? – Problem solving in the Pharmaceutical industry using vibrational spectroscopy
    • Stephanie Brookes (AstraZeneca)
  • Shining the light on microbial world – the application of Raman micro-spectroscopy
    • Wei Huang (University of Sheffield)
  • The long and winding road to clinical application of in vivo Raman spectroscopic diagnosis
    • Nick Stone (University of Exeter)
  • Investigating the Role of Structural Water in Enzyme Function using Ultrafast 2D-IR Spectroscopy
    • Neil Hunt (University of Strathclyde)
  • What’s That ? (In your pocket) The Next Generation of Chemical Identification
    • Neil Shand (Dstl)
  • Controlling Local Plasmon Resonances for Biosensing using Nanofabrication
    • Jon Cooper (University of Glasgow)