On February 14-25, 2011 Roberta attended spring school “Macromolecular Systems in Soft and Living Matter” held at the Jülich Research Centre in Germany. One of recent highlights of the Jülich Research Centre […]
Roberta Dessì attends “Macromolecular Systems in Soft and Living Matter”
Read UCLan’s BreakThrough Spring 2011 Issue and find 2 articles about our group.
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UCLan reports on Manuela’s prize
Read the full story (click below) : Scientist wins international PhD thesis prize
Springer Thesis Prize for Manuela
Manuela Mura receives Springer Thesis Prize for her work “Theoretical Characterisation of STM Images of Assemblies of Flat Organic Molecules on Metal Surfaces” under supervision of Prof Lev Kantorovich at King’s College […]
Denham N., Holmes M.C., Zvelindovsky A.V., “The Phases in a Non-Ionic Surfactant (C12E6) – Water Ternary System: A Coarse-Grained Computer Simulation”, J. Phys. Chem. B 115 (2011) 1385–1393.
Structure and phase behaviour of surfactant-water mixtures
Status: 2005 – active Support: UCLan Abstract The structure and phase behaviour of concentrated surfactant-water and polymer-water mixtures which form lyotropic liquid crystal mesophases are being studied. In particular, work is focused […]
King’s doctorate for Manuela Mura
Manuela Mura graduates with a PhD in Physics from King’s College London on 19 January 2011.
Collective dynamics in active matter
Status: 2003 – 2007; 2011 – active Support: FOM (2003 – 2007), UCLan Abstract: Large systems of self-propelling particles (SPP) form a special class of so-called active matter. Examples of such systems […]
PhD student in Applied Mathematics. E-mail: 14532003 [at] students. lincoln.ac.uk Roberta is originally from Villaperuccio (CA), Sardinia, Italy. She attended University of Cagliari and graduated with a Laurea in Electronic Engineering in 2010. She wrote […]