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  • May 31, 2011

    NanoLAB work makes Advanced Functional Materials Frontpeice

    SINGLE-ATOM MOVEMENT: Dynamics of Polar Surfaces on Ceria Nanoparticles Observed In Situ with Single-Atom Resolution (Adv. Funct. Mater. 11/2011)

    G Möbus, Z Saghi, DC Sayle, UM Bhatta, A Stringfellow and TXT Sayle

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  • April 11-12, 2011

    Aberration Corrected & Quantitative (S)TEM and Advances in Tomography III

    Günter Möbus has organised Two One-day Workshops alongside the RMS on Aberration Corrected & Quantitative (S)TEM and Advances in Tomography III

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    First Announcement (PDF, 72kb) Latest Flyer (PDF, 78kb)

    Provisional Programme (PDF, 32kb)

  • March 12-19, 2011

    Visit to the IISc, Bangalore, India

    Aiden Lockwood visited the IISc in Bangalore, India as part of an ongoing UKIERI project NanoBALLS

    Oral Presentations:

    Aiden gave an invited seminar "Sheffield NanoLAB and the Tools and techniques for dynamic in-situ microscopy"

  • Jan-Feb 2011

    Hosted academic visitors

    Prof Inkson hosted Chinese academic visitors Prof Yong Peng, Lanzhou University Jan-Feb 2011, and Prof Xiang Kong from the Institute of Materials for Mobile Energy, Shanghai Jiao Tong University in June 2011

  • January, 2011

    Professor Beverley Inkson is awarded a Personal Chair

    Professor Beverley Inkson is awarded a Personal Chair in Nanomaterials

  • December, 2010

    Welcome to Dr Jay Ghatak and Ms Wen Zhao

    We welcome Dr J Ghatak and Ms Wen Zhao who have both joined the NanoLAB. Wen has joined on a PhD project joint with Professor Kong of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU)

  • November, 2010

    In-situ Microscopy Workshop

    Prof Inkson gave an invited talk at the In-situ Microscopy Workshop, Universität Göttingen, Germany, Nov 2010 entitled "Squashing, sliding and melting... Real-time dynamics of moving nanomaterials"

  • October, 2010

    Farewell to Dr Devaprakasam Deivasagayam

    Dr Devaprakasam Deivasagayam has left the NanoLAB to return to India