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Upgrading the Small Equipment Base for Early Career Researchers

Staff

Other researchers

Professor Philip Bartlett

Professor of Chemistry

Research interests

  • Electrochemistry
  • Bioelectrochemistry
  • Templated electrodeposition of nanomaterials

Professor Sumeet Mahajan MSc, MTech, PhD, FHEA, FRSC

Prof of Molecular BioPhotonics & Imaging

Research interests

  • New chemical biology methods based on Raman spectroscopy and label-free imaging
  • Methodology and device development for commercialisation and clinical translation
  • Early detection of diseases

Dr Marina Carravetta

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Solid state magic-angle spinning NMR
  • High temperature and/or high pressure NMR
  • In-situ/operando methods

Professor Ivan Haigh

Professor

Research interests

  • I have four main areas of research, as follows:
  • Mean Sea level: local, regional and global trends, detection of accelerations, understanding of inter-annual variability
  • Extreme sea levels and coastal Flooding: Changes in storm surges, extreme value analysis, compound events,

Professor Thomas Gernon

Principal Research Fellow

Research interests

  • See personal website: https://www.thomasgernon.co.uk/
  • Solid Earth drivers of Earth's climate state;
  • Earth surface processes;

Professor Andrea Russell

Professor of Physical Electrochemistry

Research interests

  • Structure/property relationships in electrocatalysts
  • Development and application of syncrotron based spectroscopic techniques for operando characterisation of electrocatalysts, electrode structures, and electrochemical interfaces
  • Development and application of vibrational spectroscopies (IR and Raman) to study electrochemical interfaces and reactions

Professor Marcel Utz

Professorial Fellow-Research

Research interests

  • Integration of microfluidic lab-on-a-chip technology with NMR spectroscopy and imaging;
  • Behaviour of complex materials.

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

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