The Physics of Cleaning and Disinfection 

When: Monday 2nd September 2019

Where: CSEC, James Clerk Maxwell Building, King’s Building Campus, University of Edinburgh, EH9 3FD

The Edinburgh Complex Fluids Partnership (ECFP) and the National Biofilms Innovation Centre  welcomes you to our event on the Physics of Cleaning and Disinfection. On this website you can register to attend our FREE event to learn about the latest research with guest speakers from industry and our academics at the University of Edinburgh.   

1:1 meetings with other attendees can be arranged through our online software (after registration). Please consider whether you would like to present a poster on your latest research or technology. 

We look forward to sharing ideas and development opportunities with scientists from academic and industrial backgrounds.  

At the Physics of Cleaning and Disinfection event we invite you to: 

  • Learn about physical mechanisms that will influence the design of future cleaning and disinfection product technology
  • Network with academics and businesses across a wide range of sectors
  • Present your product/technology, business idea, technical challenges or research interests
  • Enjoy in-depth 1:1 meetings with academics or potential business partners 
  • Discover the facilities and expertise available at the University of Edinburgh
  • Learn about funding opportunities for collaborative work 

Cross pollination of solutions across sectors will enable your business to flourish. Collaboration will increase the scope of your market. Sharing challenges will influence future directions for academic research. 

The Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions (CSEC) is located in the Erksine Williamson building, adjacent to the James Clerk Maxwell Building (JCMB), and located at King's Buildings. To reach King's Buildings please follow the pages on travel guidance and then use the map to find CSEC. Parking is available nearby - when you register please request a parking permit if you plan to arrive by car. 

 
If you need assistance please check our FAQ guide. If you do not find the answer there please email: amy.adams@ed.ac.uk 

 

This event has been funded by the EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account seed funding call.