Announcement: Change of Speaker

Unfortunately Tim Harper has had to drop out and will no longer be able to speak at INASCON 2017. However, we are delighted to announce that Sabine Hauert has agreed to speak. Sabine Hauert is Assistant Professor in Robotics at the University of Bristol in the UK. Her research focusses...

Conference Workshops: Oxford Instruments and UnitDX

We are pleased to announce three workshops that will take place during the conference. Business skills workshop with Oxford Instruments Lead by Ziad Melhem, Alliances manager at Oxford Instruments This introductory workshop focuses on developing a business case within the Nanoscience industry based on a recent Oxford Instruments project. Attendees...

Final deadline for registration and abstracts: 7th August

The final deadline for registration is now the 7th August. Please make sure all abstracts are submitted by this point for inclusion in the conference booklet! There are now less than three weeks until the conference – we are looking forward to welcoming you to Bristol!

Dr Ana Neves announced as our seventh speaker

We are excited to announce that Dr Ana Neves will be speaking at INASCON 2017. Dr Neves is a lecturer in engineering at the University of Exeter, but her background is in chemistry, with a PhD awarded in 2013 by Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal, for work carried...

Sixth Speaker Announced: Dr. Sandrine Heutz

We are proud to announce Dr Sandrine Heutz as a speaker at INASCON 2017. Sandrine is a Reader in the Department of Materials at Imperial College, she obtained her first degree in Chemistry from the University of Liege, Belgium and her PhD from Imperial College. Her current research directions are...

Visa Information

Please see the following link for information about visas for attendees from outside the EU: http://inascon.eu/travel-information/

Fifth Speaker Announced: Dr. Tom Oliver

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Tom Oliver will be our fifth speaker at INASCON 2017. Tom is a Royal Society University Research Fellow at the University of Bristol in the School of Chemistry. He obtained his PhD from Bristol in 2011, before post-doctoral research at UC Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley...

Fourth Speaker Announced: Tim Harper

We are thrilled to announce that Tim Harper will be a speaker at INASCON 2017! Tim Harper is an entrepreneur with an impressive engineering background who has extensive experience in developing technological spin outs from academic institutions from all around the world. He is currently working on projects involving applications...

Third Speaker Announced: Dr. James Armstrong

We have our third speaker! As an alumni of the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials, we are excited to be welcoming Dr. James Armstrong back to Bristol. James received a PhD in Functional Nanomaterials from the University of Bristol in 2015. Later that year, he started a 3-year Arthritis Research...