Oscar Williams wins award at UCL-PKU Symposium on Materials, Energy, and Catalysis

Final year student Oscar Williams won the Best Oral Presentation Winner at the UCL-Peking University Symposium on Materials, Energy, and Catalysis in […]

Final year student Oscar Williams won the Best Oral Presentation Winner at the UCL-Peking University Symposium on Materials, Energy, and Catalysis in September 2018.  Oscar’s presentation was entitled Observing the wanderings of gold atoms: A scanning tunnelling microscopy investigation.

Both UCL and Peking University (PKU) have a strong presence in materials innovations in the research areas of Energy and Catalysis and have invested in generations of young scientists that are being encouraged to lead the future of research in chemistry and engineering around the world.

To find out more about the UCL-PKU symposium and partnership, please click here

 

 

Nadir Basma

What differentiates the ACM CDT is the increased familiarity with facilities, techniques, and academic groups gained from working between the two partner universities. The option of being co-supervised by an academic from each university provides a wider breadth of multidisciplinary expertise to you and your project, and the resulting exposure to a larger community helps in building more personal and professional relationships.