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Title: New phosphors for next generation displays presented by Professor Robert Withnall
Authors: Withnall, R
Keywords: Wolfson Centre for Materials Processing;Robert Withnall;Phosphors
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: Established in 1987, the Wolfson Centre has been a focus for materials research in Brunel University. Since its inception, the research in the Centre has been based on the development of extrusion and injection-moulding technologies relating to polymer compound formulation, process-induced structuring, nano-composite processing and the processing of metals, ceramics, soft solids and natural materials. Professor Robert Withnall takes up the position of Chair in Materials Science and Engineering at Brunel. He has substantial expertise in performing vibrational and electronic spectroscopies, and he has published close to 200 research papers in international refereed journals in these areas. He has regularly given invited lectures on phosphors and the applications of laser Raman spectroscopy to a range of international audiences. He is also Adjunct professor in Chemistry at the University of Syracuse, New York.
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