FT-IR Spectroscopic Imaging: New Trends and Emerging Applications

Event Details

This conference will be a forum where scientists active in this field can present and discuss what they believe are the most important topics for research using FT-IR imaging both now and into the future. The event will be free for all students and will offer reduced prices for SAS members. We sincerely hope that you will be able to attend. Attendees are most welcome to present posters, please submit your poster title to Patrick Wray by the 8th June 2012.

The main entrance to the Chemical Engineering department will be obstructed by building work. Please see the map at the bottom of the page for more information.

Location: Imperial College London

Date: 26th June 2012

Timetable

Time

 

10:00 - 10:25

Registration, tea and coffee

10:25 - 10:50

Sergei Kazarian (Imperial College London, UK)

The Broad Range of Applications of FTIR Imaging

10:50 - 11:30

Heinz Siesler (Duisburg-Essen University, DE)

Vibrational Spectroscopic (mid-IR, near-IR and Raman) Imaging in Polymer and Pharmaceutical Science

11:30 - 12:10

Nicholas Stone (University of Exeter, UK)

FTIR Imaging of Breast Microcalcifications

12.15 - 13:30

 Buffet lunch and posters

13:30 - 14:10

Clotilde Policar (École Normale Supérieur, FR)

Sub-cellular IR Imaging of Metal-CO Derivatives Using SR-FTIR and AFM-IR

14:10 - 14:35

Kerstin Mader (Sheffield Hallam University, UK)

The Application of MIR Imaging to Medicinal Science; from Discs to Devices

14:35 - 15:00

Marika Spring (National Gallery, London, UK)

Applications of ATR-FTIR Imaging to the Analysis of Cross-sections of Samples of Paintings in the National Gallery

 15:00 - 15:15

 Tea and biscuits

15:15 - 15:40

Bernhard Lendl (Vienna University of Technology, AT)

FTIR Microscopic Imaging in Microfluidic Systems and of Biological Samples

15:40 - 16:05

Andrew Chan (Imperial College London, UK)

Chemical Movies with FT-IR Spectroscopic Imaging

16:05 - 16:30

Gianfelice Cinque (Diamond Light Source, UK)

Synchrotron Based IR Imaging via Focal Plane Array: Scientific Examples from Life Science at MIRIAM

16:30 - 16:55

Paul Bassan (University of Manchester, UK)

Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging of Prostate Tissue

16.55 - 17:30

 Poster prize-giving and evening reception

Lab tours will also be available for those who are interested at lunchtime and at the end of the day. A sign up sheet wil be provided.

Registration

Registration costs £30 for non-SAS members, £20 for SAS members and is free for PhD students.

Payment can be made by either cheque  or by bank transfer for which the details are:

Reference Code:  CEPME F10455, Sort Code: 51-50-01, Account: 00600032, Name: Imperial College Swift Code: NWBKGB2L, IBAN: GB67NWBK51500100600032.

If paying by cheque please post the cheque (Payable to ‘Imperial College London’) to Patrick Wray at the address below.

For registration please contact Patrick Wray via email at the address given below stating your payment details, the number and status of the attendees you are registering and the titles and presenters of any posters to be displayed. There is no need to send abstracts for posters. If you are a member of SAS please include this in your email in order to qualify for the discount on the registration fee.

The registration deadline for non-presenting attendees is 8th June 2012 while poster titles must also be submitted by 8th June 2012.

Organisers

Prof. Sergei Kazarian, Patrick Wray, UK SAS Regional Section.

Contact Details

Prof. Sergei Kazarian

s.kazarian@imperial.ac.uk

Patrick Wray

patrick.wray03@imperial.ac.uk

SAS website

https://sites.google.com/site/sasukregion/

Venue

Department of Chemical Engineering

Imperial College London

SW7 2AZ

Map

 

Nearest Public Transport

Underground

Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, SW7 2AZ

Nearby stations

South Kensington 0.22 miles

•  District

•  Piccadilly

•  Circle

Gloucester Road 0.42 miles

•  District

•  Piccadilly

•  Circle

High Street Kensington 0.61 miles

•  District

•  Circle

How to Find the Lecture Theatre

The map shows the location of the lecture theatre in which the even will be held and the best routes from neaby public transport and accross campus.

On the day of the conference the entrance to the Chemical Engineering department from the walkway in the middle of the college will be obstructed, therefore it will be necessary to use the ground level entrance. Please see the PDF file below for more detailed maps. Posters will be put up around the college with directions.

South Kensington Campus Map

Location of Lecture Theatre 1

Route to the department

Lecture Theatre 1 Location of Lecture Theatre 1

Pathway Route to the department

A larger PDF copy of this map can be obtained here.