Frederick Marlton, Neutrons, Prizes and AINSEA(&NZ)BUGNSS

December 2 and 3 this year saw the annual AANSS meeting in Sydney.  Now, AANSS means ‘AINSE/ANBUG Neutron Scattering Symposium’, and AINSE stands for ‘Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering’ while ANBUG stands for ‘Australian Neutron Beam User’s Group’, and the A in ANBUG secretly stands for ‘Australia & New Zealand’, so maybe the meeting should be called AINSEA(&NZ)BUGNSS.  Or perhaps not…

Anyway, ANU Honours student in 2013, Mr Frederick Marlton, gave a marvellous presentation on “Microwave Synthesis and Structural Phase Diagram of Hexagonal Yttrium Manganates”, his research project.  It is a credit to Fred that he then walked away with the prize for Best Student Talk, and here’s a picture:

Well done Fred.

Fred Marlton of ANU receiving the prize for best student talk at AANSS 2013, from AINSE president Prof. Brendan Kennedy of University of Sydney.

As you can see, it was an extremely formal occasion, with T-shirts all around. Well done Fred!

Fred undertook his project working with me in the Research School of Chemistry at ANU, with help from PEMS at UNSW Canberra.

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I'm a scientist by training, based in Australia.

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