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This year we are organising a hybrid User Day at the University of Surrey. Users will have the opportunity to peresent their work virtually or in person at the University. We would like to encourage people to join the event in person - numbers will be limited to ensure that we can still maintain social distancing. However we understand that many people are still not quite ready to engage fully with an event with many people. We are, therefore, allowing full participation at the User Day via remote access. For those particiapating in person lunch will be provided during the poster session, as well as tea and coffee at the start.
To register your potential participation for the day please click the button below.

The Programme for the day will be as follows:

Time

Name

Institute

Title

10:00 Coffee
10:25 Welcome
10:30 John Kilner Imperial College The Surface of Complex Oxides; Ion Beam Based Analysis of Energy Materials
10:50 Niels Claessens IMEC/KU Leuven Ensemble and microbeam RBS: probing the areal density of high-Z atomic species in 3D microscale structures
11:10 Ella Scneider Surrey 28Si enrichment for quantum computers using ion implantation and layer exchange
11:30 Hazel Gardiner Oxford Degradation of alloys for Molten Salt reactors
11:50 Joseph Alexander UCL Quantum memories using defect spins in solids
12:10 Lunch &
Posters
14:00 Gillian Gehring Sheffield Magnetism in implanted oxides
14:20 Kan Ma Birmingham Drastic impact of micro-alloying on austenitic model alloy microstructure under irradiation
14:40 Mingchu Tang UCL Antiphase-boundaries free GaAs grown on on-axis Si (001) substrate grown by molecular beam epitaxy
15:00 Han Du Southampton Introduction to CORNERSTONE
15:20 Andrew Rossall Huddersfield Thermal behaviour of Cu and Au nanoparticles grown on CeO2 thin films
15:40 Jonathan Hinks Huddersfield Tailoring the Microstructure of MAX Phase Ceramics for Nuclear Applications
16:00 Andy Smith DCF, Manchester Ion Beam Developments at the Dalton Cumbrian Facility
16:20 Jonathan England Surrey Surrey Ion Beam Centre Update
16:40 Feedback Session
16:50 Close

For those attending virtually please use this link to connect to the zoom session.
For those attending the meeting physically please follow this link to the campus map. The location for the meeting is the "lecture theatre block" - building17 on the first map. We will be in Lecture "Theatre D" for the meeting, and lectrue "theatre B" for refreshments.

Poster Presentations
To view all of the posters one after another follow this link
To view the posters individually follow the links in the table below:

Poster #

Name

Institute

Title/link

1 Alexia Beale Surrey Self-Stratification of Binary Linear and Star Polymers during the Drying of Thin Films
2 Matthew Sharpe Surrey Using TRI3DYN to Model Low Energy O2 SIMS of Si:Ge Delta Layers
3 Gabriele Parisi Surrey Performance assessment of a diamond-based microdosimeter by means of IBIC technique.
4 Matthew Sharpe Surrey Comparative Study of Epitaxial Grown GaNAsBi/GaAs Structures Using Photoreflectance and Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry
5 Pierre Couture Surrey ion beam induced charge, a nanobeam technique mapping silicon PIN photodiode assessing charge collection capability and uniformity
6 Holly-May Lewis Surrey DAPNe-LC-MS as a method of detecting drugs and lipids simultaneously in a single cell
7 Jonathan England Surrey Kinetic Monte Carlo Modelling of Implant Layer Exchange using SPPARKS
8 Jonathan England Surrey Extending TRI3DYN to Model Ion Driven Chemical Etching of Nanostructures
9 Callum McAleese Surrey Depth Analysis of ToF-ERD Using TRIM
10 Janella Marie de Jesus Surrey Studying the feasibility of sequential elemental and molecular imaging
11 William Iliffe Oxford In-situ measurements of the effect of radiation damage on the superconducting properties of coated conductors.
12 Toby Palmer Surrey Studying Surfactant Migration in Adhesive Films Using RBS & ERD
13 Alex Rubinstein Surrey Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Cluster Sputtering of Gallium Arsenide
14 Graeme Greaves Huddersfield An Introduction to the MIAMI Facility
15 Holly-May Lewis Surrey IBA, DAPNe and LC-MS delivers improved spatially resolved analysis
16 Theo Hobson Liverpool In-situ Doping for CSS Growth of n-CdTe Solar Cells.
17 Mikhail Lavrentiev UKAEA Thermal Desorption Spectrometry and Reflectivity of Self-Irradiated Molybdenum
18 Stephen Sutton Cardiff The Institute for Compound Semiconductors
User Oral presentations will be 20 minutes and will be shown "live" via zoom.
User Poster presentations will be 3-5 minutes long and will be available on the website on the day and shown to the live audience in rotation.
Posters should be uploaded to youtube by Tuesday 31st of August, for inclusion in the program for the day.
If you already have a youtube account simlpy upload your video to you tube tick the box to enable "anyone with the link to see it.
Then email the link to R.Webb@surrey.ac.uk.
Then we will embed the link into the workshop program for all to see.

If you do not have a youtube account it is simple and free to register and upload videos to the site, so please do that and then follow the instructions above.

If you need some help creating a video poster then see last year's help on this.
This year we are ONLY asking for a video without the need to produce a static poster as well.

Please use the button above to register for the meeting.


Old News


We have recently heard the sad news that Daniel Colmer passed away after a short battle with cancer.
Daniel first visited us at the Ion Beam Centre when he was 12 years old in 2009. He described his experience then as: “all brill to the power of infinity”. He came back to us when he was 16 for a holiday job. Initially we paid him in old computer parts – something he had a great fascination for and something we had a great deal of!
For the last two or three years we paid him in real money. He had become part of the "family" and we were putting his talents to good use.
We will miss his enthusiasm and good humour, and fascination for all thing science and we are all very sad to lose him so young.