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External Advisory Board Visit

last modified May 14, 2014 11:24 AM
The NanoDTC external Advisory board spent a day with us providing valuable feedback on PhD proposals for 1st years, and interacting with other years at a Poster Session.

On the 3rd April 2014, our External Advisory Board members visited us and provided  valuable feedback on PhD proposals for 1st years, and interacting with other years at a Poster Session held in the Department of Chemistry

Following this session, we had a challenge for them.  In a Panel discussion, they were asked to present a slide on "The Future of Nano Science", which led to an interesting discussion where our students expressed their opinion and voiced their concerns.

Our External Advisory Board Members are:

Andrew Fisher (chair, UCL)

Jochen Feldmann (NIM Munich)

Neil Champness (Nottingham)

James McLaughlin (ERI Ulster)

Piers Andrew (Nokia)

Michael Butler (Unilever)

 

Ellie Gilvin (EPSRC)

Students explaining their workProfessor Andrew Fisher talking to one of the students
Students discussing their work with the External Advisory Board members

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