Science & Technology

Cambridge –
Monday – Wednesday 3rd-5th September 2018

Index of Abstracts
article posted  12th March 2018
In the right hand column is a list of
accepted papers for the Science & Technology seminar, identified by Presenting Author and paper title.

To access the abstract of interest please click on the Presenting Author’s name.

INVITED Speakers

Claire Corkhill
Cementing our understanding of nuclear waste glass durability in high pH disposal environments

Jean-Marc Delaye
Molecular simulations applied to simplified nuclear glass alteration

Kostya Trachenko
Glasses: from theoretical understanding of liquids and liquid-glass transition to use in nuclear

Marcia Vilarigues
Potash glass corrosion and the effect of the addition of iron, copper and manganese

Speakers

Emma Barney
Developing new potentials to model the structure of multicomponent glasses using diffraction data

Thomas Bennett
Metal-Organic Framework Glasses: A New Category of Melt Quenched Glasses

Paul Bingham
Redox in glasses: interactions with radiation

Benjamin Bizjam
Experimental Investigation of Mineral Wool Fibre Formation by High-speed Imaging

Georges Calas
Some aspects of iron spectroscopy in glasses

Peter Chrast
Boron containing bioactive glass and the regeneration of bone tissue

Jamieson Christie
Nanoheterogeneity in fluoridated bioactive glass

Wei Deng
Melting behaviour of waste glass cullet briquettes in soda-lime-silica container glass batch

Edwin Flikkema
Molecular dynamics simulation of alkali silicates and MOFs

Laurence Galoisy
Structural role of Zr in alteration gels of simplified nuclear glasses

Thomas Goût
An isotopic investigation into the aqueous dissolution processes of nuclear waste glass.

Hande Gover
Strengthening of Alkali Alkaline Earth Silicate Glasses by Ion-Exchange

Russell Hand
Waste glass development for Hazmelt

Alex Hannon
Wide range structural study of sodium silicate glasses

Mike Harrison
Assessment of titanosilicate glasses for the vitrification of nuclear waste streams containing high concentrations of sodium

Chris Holcroft
Engineered PolySaccharides: Opportunity as Biodegradable Interlayer Material for Laminated Glass

Xavier Kesse
Elaboration of magnetic and bioactive core/shell nanoparticles for hyperthermia treatment and bone tissue regeneration

Fatih Kurtuldu
Mesoporous Glass Microspheres for Selective Targeting of Cancer Cells

Guglielmo Macrelli
Ion Exchange an “old age” technique for high strength modern glazing applications

Martin Mika
Glass nanofibres for a new generation of high-capacity solid state batteries

Doris Möncke
IR and Raman study of oxy-nitride glasses

Gavin Mountjoy
Short range order in fluorine containing CaO-SiO2-CaF2 glasses from NMR, neutron diffraction, and x-ray absorption spectroscopy

 Bob Newport
Rare-earth ion environments in amorphous (Gd2O3)0.230(P2O5)0.770 revealed by gadolinium K-edge anomalous X-ray scattering

Joshua Radford
Investigating The Effect Of Glass Chemistry On The Volatility Of Caesium

Prince Rautiyal
A study of irradiation effects in high level radioactive waste glasses

Billy Richards
Formation of tellurite-modified-silica glass thin films containing rare earth ions using ultrafast laser plasma doping

Hans Roggendorf
Corrosion of sodium silicate glasses: formation of reaction layers and their characterization

Lucas Souza
Therapeutic Potential of Niobium-doped bioactive glass for treatment of bone disorders: An in vitro and in vivo experimental study

Shuchi Vaishnav
Effects of BaO, CaO and V2O5 additions on the solubility of SO42- and Cl in silicate and borosilicate glasses

Arun Varshneya
Stronger glass products

Natalia Vedishcheva
A comparison of lithium borate glasses and crystals: A thermodynamic approach

Tarja Volotinen
Long term durability and corrosion of optical fibre silica glass surface

Martin Wilding
Carbonate network formation in ultra-high pressure glasses

Adrian Wright
Oxide glass structure: Towards a working hypothesis for the 21st century

Posters

Daniel Backhouse
Industrially-Focused Learning: Real-World Glass Projects within an Undergraduate Degree Environment

Mike Harrison
Assessment of titanosilicate glasses for the vitrification of nuclear waste streams containing high concentrations of sodium

Yasemin  Mustafa
Structure and Properties of Gallium Phosphate Glasses for Novel Bone Cements

Karolína Pánová
Corrosion manifestation on model historical glasses in comparison with archaeological finds

Nusrat Sharmin
Durability of Phosphate Based Glasses: Effect of Composition