THOMAS YOUNG CENTRE
THE LONDON CENTRE FOR THE THEORY AND SIMULATION OF MATERIALS
The TYC is pleased to announce the winners for our annual TYC student day which took place at Queen Mary's University of London on Friday 24th February 2017 as follows:
1st Prize Presentation Winner goes to Pooya Azarhoosh from Kings College London on his presentation titled ‘Relativistic Origin of Slow Electron-Hole Recombination in Hybrid Halide Perovskite Solar Cells’
Joint 2nd Prize winners are:
Marcin Miklitz from Imperial College London on his talk titled ‘Porous organic cages and the Xe/Kr selectivity’ and to Wei Fang from University College London for his talk on ‘Inverse Temperature Dependence of Nuclear Quantum Effects in DNA Base Pairs’.
Joint 1st Prize poster winners:
Rachel Fletcher, University College London - Violations of Lowenstein's Rule in Zeolites
Philipp Pedevilla, University College London - Towards a quantitative understanding of ice nucleating ability
Joint 2nd Prize poster winners:
Jacek Golebiowski Imperial College London - Polymeric CNT composites: atomistic simulations of interfacial properties
Fangyuan Gu, Imperial College London - Controlling structural change in multiferroic materials by ultrafast laser excitation.
Congratulations to all our winners who will be receiving Amazon vouchers and for everyone taking part to make it one of our most successful events of the year and a special thanks to our guest speakers; Professor Chris Pickard, University of Cambridge and Dr Gerhard Goldbeck, Goldbeck Consulting for their talks and attendance.