Prof. Richard Catlow, FRS (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/chemistry/staff/academic_pages/richard_catlow/research)
“It was a very good meeting“
“I enjoyed my short visit – nice atmosphere and some interesting science – well done!”
Prof Andreas Stein , University of Minnesota, USA http://www.chem.umn.edu/groups/stein/andreasstein1.htm
“Thank you again for your outstanding hospitality and congratulations on a highly successful conference”
Mr. Iain Crosley, Managing Director, Hosokawa Micron Ltd., UK (http://www.hosokawa.co.uk/) which is a part of Hosokawa Micron Group (http://www.hosokawamicron.co.jp/en/global.html). see Iain’s biography (Biographical Note) and achievement (Achievement)
“We were pleased to be involved in such a well organised event and have the name Hosokawa Micron associated with it. The presentation and posters were all of a very high standard, and the enthusiasm of the participants was outstanding. The discussions that took place throughout the event gave us a great understanding of the current areas of interest, and the challenges the researchers are facing.
As well as a great technical program the social events were fantastic and the dinner at Old Trafford was the crowning glory.
Well done on an outstanding event”.
Prof. Mauro Magnani, Chief Scientific officer of Erydel Spa (http://www.erydel.com/en/management-team), European Society of Translational Medicine (https://eutranslationalmedicine.org/mauro-magnani/) University of Urbino, Italy
“I would like to congratulate you and your colleagues for the excellent symposium and the perfect climate for discussion and collaborations. I have been impressed by the group you have set up at Preston, the new facilities and the commitment of your young co-workers”
Prof. Micheal Anderson, Director of Centre for Nanoporous Materials, University of Manchester, UK (http://www.cnm.manchester.ac.uk/mike.htm)
“Many thanks for the invitation to this conference. You did a fantastic job pulling all this together – I was really impressed. I hope that your department will be equally impressed and you get the rewards that you deserve”.
Gary Hogben, Technical Manager/Safety Officer, Feedwater Ltd., UK
“Well done for the last few days – very good organisation and content”
Prof. Phil Blower, Head of Dept. of Imaging Chemistry and Biology, Kings College London, http://www.kcl.ac.uk/lsm/research/divisions/imaging/about/people/profiles/blowerp.aspx
Dr. Armin Volkel, Senior Scientist, Palo Alto Research Centre, USA, (profile page)
“Thank you very much for inviting me to this conference. I had a lot of fun and met many interesting people.”
Dr Simon Freakly Cardiff Catalysis Institute School of Chemistry Cardiff University Cardiff, UK, CF10 3AT (http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/research/cardiff-catalysis-institute/about-us)
“Thank you for the organisation of the conference and the opportunity to take part. It was a great event and success. It was very interesting for me to see the range of materials being made by other groups.”
“I deeply appreciate and thank you for organising the 1st International symposium on functional nanomaterials in industrial applications: Academic-Industry Meet during 29-31st March 2016. It is your high energy and deep passion that had added a lot of value to the event and made the event a grand success. The event received overwhelming response from many participants from all across the world.”
Prof. Anne Davidson, Laboratoire de Réactivité de Surface, UMR-CNRS 7197, Paris
“Thanks a lot: your congress was wonderful, very well organized, good and varied presentations. Very interesting + nice discussions”
PROF. HARRY ECCLES, PROFESSOR OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS,School of Physical Sciences and Computing, UCLan, Preston http://www.uclan.ac.uk/staff_profiles/professor_harry_eccles.php
“Hope you can now relax a little after a most successful conference. The arrangements from timetabling to poster session were well executed with no hitches etc. The variety of topics and speakers accentuated the conference theme and interests, all were stimulating. The organisation of final day panel discussion was well thought through, giving the panels topics to address thus not relying initially on delegate participation ensured discussion was near spontaneous, a clever tactic. The discussion did demonstrate that both industry and academia need to consider in depth why each party should have interactions, if not then time and money are wasted and the two parties finish up frustrated and ‘slightly’ disillusioned.
The visit to Manchester United football ground did add candles to the icing on top of the cake, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and gave me more opportunities to interact/engage with other delegates as well as reminiscing with old friends and colleagues.
The poster sessions were adequate to allow delegates to visit most if not all the posters and the refreshments, lunch etc were more than adequate and varied and I am sure the cuisine demonstrated that UCLan’s facilities and catering staff are first class. The opportunities for young students to attend were significant and talking with a number of them welcomed the experience. These opportunities were supported by your various sponsors which you should be congratulated on bring them on board.
Although the conference was nano, it was a big success.”
Dr Simon Webb, Reader in Chemistry, Director of Research, School of Chemistry, University of Manchester, UK, http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/s.webb/
“the meeting was great”
Dr Panagiota Pimenidou
|“it was really nice to meet you and really enjoyed my time at the conferences. Congratulations on organising such a wonderful event.”|