Bengaluru INDIA NANO 2017
7-8 Dec, 2017

The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru


image Prof. Stephen R. Elliott
Professor of Chemical Physics, Department of Chemistry
University of Cambridge, UK
Professorial Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge, UK
Email: sre1@cam.ac.uk

Stephen Elliott is Professor of Chemical Physics in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and Professorial Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge, and has been Professor of Physics at the EcolePolytechnique, Palaiseau, France. He received his undergraduate education in Natural Sciences (Physics) at Cambridge, and obtained a PhD while studying at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge. His research interests include the computer simulation of functional materials, including non-volatile memory materials, chemical sensing using optical and mechanical transduction techniques, and the non-destructive analysis of painted art-works using spectroscopic techniques. He has received a number of awards and prizes for his work, including most recently the George W. Morey Award from the American Ceramic Society (2014), the John B. Goodenough Award from the UK Royal Society of Chemistry (2017), and the Sheikh Saqr Lecture at the International Centre for Materials Science, Nehru Centre for AdvancedScientific Research, Bangalore (2017).




THE VENUE : The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru

The Lalit Ashok is one of the finest five star hotels amongst all Bangalore luxury hotels, offering an experience of luxury in contemporary and relaxed homely comfort. The hotel is strategically located in the highly secured diplomatic enclave, while sharing its wall with the Chief Minister' s house and offers a lovely view of the sprawling Bangalore Golf Club. The Lalit Ashok Bangalore is the closest 5 star hotel from the airport.



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