e 39 annual Christmas meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Chemistry group will take place at e University of Liverpool on e 16 and 17 of ember . e meeting will be held in e Lecture eatre A of e Central Teaching Hub on e Central Campus of e University. e 38 annual Christmas meeting of e RSC Solid State Chemistry Group will be held at University College London on 17-18 . 26, · Visit us in Glasgow on 18-19 ember at e RSC Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas Meeting, organised by e Universities of Glasgow and Stra clyde. e conference covers research spanning e range of solid state chemistry, including materials discovery, technological applications and simulation and modelling. e first Polar Solids Meeting was held at UCL Chemistry Department irty years ago. Now part of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Group programme, is year's Christmas meeting returns to London and, for ose who wish to, accommodation is available nearby at Passfield Hall. e meeting will start: 1:30pm on Monday 20 ember 20. e 37 RSC Solid State Group Christmas Meeting will be held at e University of Reading on 18 – 19 ember . is meeting, which comprises oral presentations, a poster session and a conference dinner, will bring toge er academics, students and industrialists who are interested in e science and applications of solids. Prof. P. M. Rodger Commemorative meeting Recent Events: 38 RSC Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas Meeting MATERIALS CHALLENGES FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES Leverhulme Research Centre for Functional Materials Design Symposium - 3-4 t, UK. e for coming Christmas meeting comprises presentations covering a diverse range of subjects, including recent developments in small molecule characterisation, NMR signal enhancement, reaction monitoring, structure based design in pharmaceuticals and e continually developing discipline of solid-state characterisation.It is intended at e presentations will be of interest to e majority. e annual Christmas meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Chemistry group will take place in Glasgow on e 18 and 19 of ember , co-organised by e Universities of Glasgow and Stra clyde. e meeting will be held in e Chemistry Large lecture eater in e Jo h Black Building at e University of. Solid State Chemistry Group. e Solid State Chemistry Group is one of e RSC's many Interest Groups. e Interest Groups are member driven groups which exist to benefit RSC members, and e wider chemical science community, in line wi e RSC's strategy and charter. Scope e group covers a wide range of interests in e area of solid state. RSC - Solid State Group. Offers of oral and poster abstracts are now invited. Please prepare your abstract using e attached guidelines and/or template. Please email your abstract to Scott.Woodley at . RSC - Solid State Group. To register, please return e completed registration form wi e appropriate remittance. Registration Fee e registration fee includes attendance at e sessions, conference dinner on ember and refreshments roughout e meeting. RSC - Solid State Group. RSC Solid State Group 30 Anniversary Christmas Meeting: UCL Online Chemistry KLMC SSG. Conference Organisers: Invited Speakers _____ Alan Chadwick Clare Grey Cyrus Hirjibehedin Christian Serre David Willock: University of Kent. e RSC Solid State Group Christmas Meeting is an annual event which aims to bring toge er UK researchers from topics across issues relating to solid state materials. Of particular relevance to e DTC is e strong energy contingent of is research, including solar cells, batteries, ermoelectrics and solid . e programme and abstract booklet for e Solid State Chemistry Christmas meeting are now available for download. Our meeting starts at 1pm on ursday 18 ember and finishes at 1.30pm on Friday 19 ember. Programme Abstract booklet WiFi If you require Wifi, it is available rough Eduroam. e SSID for e wireless network is broadcast. 14, · e 37 annual Christmas Meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Chemistry Group is hosted by e University of Reading and will run from lunchtime on Monday 18 ember to lunchtime on Tuesday 19 ember. Fur er details about e venue and how to get ere can be found here. Confirmed plenary speakers: Prof. Peter Bruce (University of Oxford). A block of allocated accommodation has been secured at two hotels wi in walking distance of e venues: e Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor and e Glasgow Pond Hotel. ese be booked rough e links below. It be possible to find cheaper alternatives using online searches. However, e prices below have been guaranteed. Reserving accommodation for. Now part of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Group programme, is year's Christmas meeting returns to UCL wi local accommodation at Passfield Hall. d e: on 0 12 1-8 ow. Sponsors e Solid State Group gratefully acknowledges e support of e following companies and organisations (in alphabetical order). RSC SOLID STATE GROUP CHRISTMAS MEETING . e annual Christmas meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry’s Solid State Group will take place in Canterbury on e 21st and 22nd of ember , organised by e School of Physical Sciences at e University of Kent. In: RSC Solid State Group Christmas Meeting 20, 20 -12-20 - 20 -12-21. (Unpublished) Cussen, Edmund New compounds and structures in e solid state. Annual Reports on e Progress of Chemistry Section A: Inorganic Chemistry, 7. pp. 419-433. ISSN 0260-1818. e RSC Solid State Group Christmas Meeting is an annual event which aims to bring toge er UK researchers from topics across issues relating to solid state materials. Of particular relevance to e DTC is e strong energy contingent of. Organisers’ Welcome Welcome to e 39 Christmas Meeting of e RSC Solid State Chemistry Group and e University of Liverpool. We are delighted to host is year’s meeting and to welcome you all to Liverpool. It has been our pleasure to organise e event, and we . RSC Solid State Chemistry Group @SscgR. 23. Congratulations to Charlotte Pughe for winning e ECRsscg twitter poster competition! 🥳 ank you to all who entered! Charlotte Pughe @CharlottePughe. 22. Delighted to present our on-going work on quantum criticality in e spin-ladder Ba2CuTeO6 @ ECRsscg. Welcome to e webpages of e 37 annual Christmas Meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Chemistry Group. is year, e meeting is hosted by e University of Reading and will run from lunchtime on Monday 18 ember to lunchtime on Tuesday 19 ember. Fur er details about e venue and how to get ere can be found here. is banner text can have kup.. web. books. video. audio. softe. images. Toggle navigationMissing: solid state group. RSC Solid-State Group Christmas Meeting, Canterbury . Spins and Spinning: Understanding Materials using Solid-State NMR, Inural lecture, St Andrews . Royal Society Fellowships: A Personal View, Royal Society Networking Event, St Andrews . Investigating Phase Composition, Structure and Disorder in Pyrochlore-Based Ceramics. About e Au or Amy Crabtree has worked in scientific communications in e UK for ten years, wi experience of a range of technologies including NMR, Mass Spectrometry, X . We are now welcoming abstract submissions for oral and poster presentations for e SSCG Christmas meeting . e abstract submission deadline is ember 20. Please use only e template provided below when preparing your abstract. Please submit your abstract to [email protected] SSCG_abstract_template. e 2007 RSC Solid State Group Christmas Meeting will be held in e Department of Chemistry and at Trevelyan College, Durham University on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 ember. e meeting will start after lunch on Monday afternoon and run until lunchtime on Tuesday. Plenary speakers: Gustaaf van Tendeloo - University of Antwerp. Registration is now open and will close on ember 5. Please click on e link below and follow e instructions. Registration costs are as follows: Standard Cost:85.00 Description: Conference attendance/Conference dinner/refreshments Student Cost:40.00 Description: Conference attendance/Conference dinner/refreshments Registration link. e hydroxyl radical, OH, initiates e removal of e majority of trace gases in e atmosphere, and toge er wi e closely coupled species, e hydroperoxy radical, HO 2, is intimately involved in e oxidation chemistry of e atmosphere. is critical review discusses field measurements of local concentrations of OH and HO 2 radicals in e troposphere, and in particular e comparisons. Solid State Group Christmas Meeting Resumen: Li ium garnets have been proposed as good candidates for eir use as electrolytes in li ium batteries but, however, ere is still controversy about e sites occupied by li ium ions in e structure and e mechanisms involved in . RSC Solid State Chemistry Group Annual Christmas Meeting, 18 ember , Ba (UK) Lowering e operating temperature of SOFCs: Protonic conductors and e role of local structure on understanding ionic conductivity. (talk)  Hydrogen & Fuel Cell SUPERGEN Researcher Conference, 16 ember , Birmingham (UK). Co-Organiser: e 40 Annual RSC Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas Meeting, University College London, London 21-22 ember International Program Committee Member: 22st International Conference on Ternary and Multinary Compounds (ICTMC 22), Beijing, China, 20-24 . RSC Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas Meeting University of Liverpool 16 & 17 ember Monday 16 ember 12:00 – 13:00 Arrival, registration and lunch Central Teaching Hub Ground Floor Atrium Session 1, C Lecture eatre A, Chair: Prof Matt Rosseinsky, University of . Ivana gave a keynote lecture at e RSC Solid State Group Christmas meeting . Ivana's talk illustrated e development and applications of symmetry distortion mode analysis and refinements in elucidating complex structures of materials across e chemical spectrum, from mixed metal oxides to organic ferroelectrics. - RSC Solid State Group Christmas meeting, Liverpool, ember - H2FC European Technical School on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells , Heraklion (Crete), ust - RSC Cumbria Local Section Seminar, Westlakes (Cumbria) ober Title: Research & Centre Manager at . Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas Meeting Hosted by School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow 18 – 19 ember . Dear delegates, We are delighted to welcome you to Glasgow and to e RSC Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas meeting . We gratefully acknowledge e support of e following. e group had a lot of fun at e RSC Solid State Chemistry Group XMas Meeting in Reading, where Adam gave a great talk. e dinner was legendary as usual! From left to right Jacob (Walsh Group), Chris, Adam, E an, Alex, David, Katie, Zhenyu, Zongda, Ben and Winnie. 09, · NMR Discussion Group Christmas Meeting Date of meeting: ursday 15 ember . molecular biology and e continually developing discipline of solid-state characterisation. It is intended at e presentations will be of interest to e majority of spectroscopists of differing backgrounds, ei er rough direct relevance. NOTE: Bursaries are not available for meetings at are being directly supported by e Solid State Chemistry Group, i.e. e annual Christmas meeting of e SSCG. Aims: To help students attend conferences when insufficient funds are available from o er sources. To enhance e profile of solid state chemistry and e group on e international. ree Christmas Lectures on Ri Channel . '17. 25 Scientists meet e media party, John Clark from e group wins a poster prize at e RSC Solid State Group xmas meeting at Liverpool. Grahame Gardiner from e group wins a poster prize at e RSC Solid State Group 30 anniversary xmas meeting at UCL. Conference Promotion – Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas Meeting 14 e 37 annual Christmas Meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Chemistry Group is hosted by e University of Reading and will run from lunchtime on Monday 18 ember to lunchtime on Tuesday 19 ember. Welcome to e official site of e 38 annual Christmas Meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry Solid State Chemistry Group. is year, e meeting is hosted by e University College London and will start from Monday 17 ember to Tuesday 18 ember. e annual Christmas meeting of e Royal Society of Chemistry’s Solid State Chemistry Group will take place at Loughborough University. is year e meeting is jointly organised by e Departments of Chemistry, Loughborough University and Keele University.