Lecture “Predicting crystal growth via a unified kinetic 3-D partition model” 
12 February 2019

On February 12, 2019 at 1 p.m. (Moscow time) Prof. Michael W. Anderson (The University of Manchester, UK) gave the lecture “Predicting crystal growth via a unified kinetic 3-D partition model” in the conference hall of SCTMS (12, Novo-Sadovaya St.).


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Michael W. Anderson was born in Wimbledon, UK in 1960. Following his undergraduate studies in Chemical Physics at Edinburgh University he conducted his PhD work in the group of John M. Thomas in Cambridge. Following various post-doctoral appointments in the USA he was appointed to the faculty at the University of Manchester (formerly UMIST) in 1990 where he is now Professor of Materials Chemistry and Director of the Centre for Nanoporous Materials. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at Curtin University. His research interests include: experimental and theoretical NMR studies of heterogeneous microporous catalysts; structural studies of mesoporous materials; atomic force microscopy and electron microscopy studies of crystallisation mechanisms; synthesis and applications of novel nanoporous materials.