Professor Carl Brown Inaugural Lecture
The Power to Manipulate Liquids
This lecture is not about hydrokinesis – the psychic talent to manipulate, move or bend water. But is the next best thing the ability to control water and other liquids using electricity? Join us for this lecture to find out.
- From: Monday 16 November 2015, 6 pm
- To: Monday 16 November 2015, 9 pm
- Location: CELS, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Campus, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS
In recent times the ability to manipulate liquids using electricity has become important for diverse technological applications including printing and spraying, in lab-on-a-chip microbiology, for manufacturing nano-materials, and in reconfigurable optical components.
Professor Brown will explore the science behind these studies and draw on his own research to show how electrical control of liquids can be used to create shapes that would not normally be adopted in nature, and to cause liquids to rapidly and completely wet down onto surfaces that would normally have repelled them.
6 pm - Drinks and canapés
6.30 pm - Lecture
7.30 pm - Buffet
9 pm - Close
If you are planning to drive to Clifton campus and are using SATNAV, please type in the postcode NG11 8NS. There is ample free parking available on site.