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Professor Patrick Unwin


Professor Julie Macpherson


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Postdoctoral Research Assistants


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Dr. Cameron Bentley

Nanoscale Electrochemistry in Ionic Liquids (NEIL)

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Dr. David Perry

Developing SICM for Live Cell Imaging

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Dr. Changhui Chen

Hydrogenation of Organic Compounds: Electrochemical Intervention to Optimized Catalysts

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Zoë Ayres

The Development of Diamond-Based Electrochemical Sensors


PhD Students


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Roy Meyler

The Development of Carbon-Based Electrochemical Sensors for the Detection of Analytes in Complex Environments

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Faduma Maddar

The Use of High Resolution Electrochemical Imaging Techniques to Further Understand the Dissolution of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients

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Maria Adobes Vidal

Mechanisms of Pharmaceutical Drug Dissolution

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Emma Ravenhill

Microscopic Investigation of Dispersant-Inorganic Piston Deposit Interactions

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Sze-yin Tan

Towards a Microscopic Understanding of Electrochemical Processes

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Minkyung Kang

Electrochemical Landing Experiments with New Nanomaterials and Application of Eletrochemical Imaging Techniques to Biochemical Systems

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Danqing Liu

Ultrasensitive Carbon-Based Electrochemical Sensors: New Materials, Patterning and Nanoscale Characterisation

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Ashley Page

Functional Electrochemical Imaging of Immune Cells

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Haytham Hussein

The Development and Application of Diamond Electroanalytical Sensors for the Detection and Removal of Metals from Pharmaceutical Solutions

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Tom Scott

Developing Techniques for Studying the Humid Creep Inhibition Effect of Different Additives on Plaster

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Harriet Pearce

Quantitative Visualisation of Dissolution and Crystallisation: Size, Mass Transport, Kinetic and Surface Effects in Particulate Ensembles

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Lee Simcox

Development of Conductivity Sensors with Simultaneous Temperature Monitoring for the Marine Environment

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Bryn Jones

Using Electrochemical Imaging Techniques to Investigate Acid Erosion and Caries

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Sam Cobb

Development of Smart Diamond Windows for Electrochemical Sensing in Real Environments

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Lewis Yule

Exploring the Fundamental Microstructural Features of Existing and New Coatings on Steel and Relating these to the Associated Electrochemical Behaviour

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Enrico Daviddi

Nanoscale Correlative Electrochemical Imaging: New Approaches to Understanding Metal Reactivity and Corrosion

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Baoping Chen

Single Entity Electrochemistry: From Single Nanoparticle to Single Molecule

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Alexandra Borrill

Engineered Diamond for Spectroelectrochemistry

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Shrina Bhagat

Determination of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Release Mechanisms During Dissolution of Oral Medication

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James Edmondson

Development of a Novel Electrochemical Scanning Tunnelling Microscope for use in High-Resolution Functional Mapping

 

Dalia Swinya

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Masters Students


 

Oluwasegun Wahab

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Emily Braxton

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Technician


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Mareike Herrmann

Specialist in processing diamond

   


Group Visitors


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James Teahan

PhD student in Nikola Chmel's group, learning about electrochemical techniques for the characterisation of impurities in pharmaceuticals

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Carlos Guillen-Posteguillo

PhD student from University of Birmingham on the MIBTP programme, developing the construction of nanoelectrodes

 

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Alumni


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