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Programme

09:00 Registration
09:30-09:35 Clemens Kaminski - welcome and introduction
09:35-10:10  Allard Mosk, Utrecht University
Open channels in scattering media: Seeing the light inside

10:10-10:40 

Marina Kuimova, Imperial College London
Mapping microscopic viscosity and temperature using molecular rotors

10:40-11:10  Break / Poster Session
11:10-11:40 

Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley & Andrew Fleming, British Antarctic Survey
Sensors in polar science and operations

11:40-12:10

Julie MacPherson, University of Warwick
Can we develop commercially viable diamond electrode technology for chemical sensing?

12:10-12:40 CDT Students Team Challenge
12:40-14:10  Buffet lunch / Poster Session
14:10-14:40 

Ozgur Akan, University of Cambridge
Internet of Everything – from molecule to the Universe

14:40-15:10 

Hatice Gunes, University of Cambridge
Human behaviour sensing for social robotics

15:10-15:30 Break
15:30-16:00 

Tuomas Knowles, University of Cambridge
Probing proteins in small volumes

16:00-16:30

Ljiljana Fruk, University of Cambridge
Chemistry in the age of bio-nano hybrids and sensing devices

16:30-16:35 Clemens Kaminski - closing remarks 
18:30-21:00 

Reception and dinner (by invitation)
Murray Edwards College

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