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Dr David Andrew Cook MChem, PhD

Research Fellow

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Dr David Cook is a Research Fellow in Chemistry at the University of Southampton.


• 1997-2001 MChem. University of Southampton.

• 2001-2005 PhD. University of Southampton: “An investigation into the electrochemical properties of nanostructured metals and their application as amperometric biosensors”

• 2006-2016 Post Doctoral Research Fellow: Supercritical Fluid Electrodeposition (SCFED).

• 2016 Senior Research Fellow: ADEPT-Advanced Devices by Electroplating.



Research interests


• Use of supercritical and non-coordinating solvents for electrodeposition.

• Electrodeposition of elemental and compound semiconductors.

• Electrodeposition of nanowires.

• Electrodeposition of materials for thermoelectric, phase change memory and IR sensor devices.



Research group


Research project(s)

ADEPT - Advanced Devices by ElectroPlaTing

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CHEM 3039 Electrochemistry and Interfaces - Demonstrator

Dr David Andrew Cook
Chemistry, University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 162 1GS

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