Characterisation of Advanced Materials - 4 - 8 December 2017
The aim of this five-day course is to introduce the principles of the most popular materials characterisation methods based on microscopy, chemical, physical and structural analysis and thermal techniques. Consideration will also be given to the analysis of particulate materials and coatings. The basic principles used for the physical characterisation of materials will be outlined; microscopy by light, electrons and scanned probes will be introduced; and the readily available bulk characterisation methods such as diffraction, X-ray analysis and vibrational spectroscopies will be described.
4th December 2017 – 8th December 2017
Prof John Watts
Administrative Officer - FEPS Programmes
Advanced Materials and Computing (UG & MSc)
Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
University of Surrey,
Delegate Substitutions - It may be possible following consultation with Jenna Flint for the original named delegate to be substituted by another person.
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