Lucy receiving her award from the Conference Chairs,
Prof. Ying Fan and Prof. Ernesto DR Santibanez.
|The effect of d-electrons on atomic configurations is an|
electronic orbital effect and one that is not captured in
traditional force fields.
|AA′3B4X12 perovskite structure showing the octahedral environment of the B cation|
| Atomic resolution image of 2D halide perovskite CsPbBr 3 . (a) Structure model of cubic CsPbBr 3 perovskite unit cell. Cs (green) occupies the corner A-site while Pb (gray) occupies the body-center Bsite , and Br (brown) occupies the face-center. Pb−Br 6 octahedron is formed within the Cs cube framework. (b) Structure model of single layer 2D CsPbBr 3 NS. (c) Atomically resolved phase image of a 2D CsPbBr 3 NS obtained by reconstructing 80 low dose-rate AC-HRTEM images via exit-wave reconstruction. The  structure projection of a unit cell is overlaid on the image.|
|The assembled attendees|
|Becky receiving her prize|
|Adindu presenting his poster|
|Dr David Quigley from the University of Warwick introduces Robyn.|
|The 5x5x5 supercell of MALI, quenched from 400K to 50K.|
Grey lead iodide octahedra show tilting.
Methylammonium ions show ordering in their
alignment not present at room temperatures