Professor Tim Albrecht's Inaugural Lecture In 'Inaugural Lecture Series' Inaugural Lecture Series Back to 'Events' Wednesday 1 May 2019, 17:30 - 18:30Venue: Main Lecture Theatre, Aston Webb Building (R7 on campus map - PDF) Elements of a new Molecular Quantum Technology Chemists have the ability to make molecules with often atomic precision with elements from across the periodic table. This allows for the detailed design of molecular and interfacial electronic structure, to exploit quantum effects for new applications in sensing, biopolymer sequencing and thermoelectric energy generation. A new 'Molecular' Quantum Technology is beginning to emerge and Professor Tim Albrecht will discuss some his work in this direction in his inaugural lecture. Professor Tim Albrecht joined the University of Birmingham as Chair in Physical Chemistry in 2017. Prior to joining the University, he was Reader in Interfacial and Analytical Sciences at Imperial College. He was appointed the Director of Research and Knowledge Transfer for the School of Chemistry. Professor Albrecht also leads the Albrecht Group, an interdisciplinary team with a wide range of research interests. Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be served at the drinks reception following the event. Alcoholic drinks will be only be served to those who are aged 18 or over. Registration Name First Last Email School/Office/Organisation (please state) Capacity in which you are attending this event Please select Staff Student Alumnus Applicant Friend/Family Other (please specify below) Please select one Additional information How did you hear about our event? Please select University of Birmingham website Emailed invitation Friend/Colleague Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Instagram College screens Other (please specify below) Additional information Additional guests Please select 0 1 2 3 4 5 Submit Your data matters to us! For details on how we manage your personal data, please read our up-to-date information regarding events. The information supplied on this form may be used by the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences to contact you by either telephone or email with details about this event only. Please visit the University's Data Protection Policy page to read more.