Welcome Pavel ! Pavel has just joined the group to do a PhD on B-doped C nanoribbons for ORR in PEM Fuel Cells. You can learn more about him here.
Ana Belen Jorge Sobrido was invited to give a seminar at the LISE, UMPC in Paris, as part of her visit to the labs to discuss an ongoing collaborative project between QMUL and LISE.
Welcome Linh ! Linh has just joined the group to do a PhD on oxygen electrocatalysis in collaboration with RISE in Sweden. You can learn more about her here.
Welcome Abdoulhamid ! Abdoulhamid has just joined the group to do an internship as part of his MSc in France. He will be working on redox flow batteries. You can learn more about him here.
Our Perspective Article on Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Carbon Nitrides: Synthesis and Characterization of a New Class of Functional Materials” has been announced as one of the 2017 PCCP HOT Articles collection, which is now online and free to access until the end of February 2018. This collection showcases all 2017 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) articles highlighted as HOT by the handling editor.
On the 23rd January it took place a great workshop organised by RISE in Stockholm, Sweden. The workshop looked into fostering collaborations between research groups working on lignin-based products applied to energy technologies. We hope this meeting will lead to fruitful collaborations. Below some pictures of the beautiful and snowy University of Stockholm.
Last Thursday 14th December we celebrated our Christmas Dinner at The De Beauvoir Arms, in North London. We shared a great evening and even Secret Santa came to the party! Thank you all!
Last Friday 8th December, it took place the 2nd MRI Christmas Symposium at QMUL. We had great talks given by PhD students and PDRA from different Schools at QMUL, part of the Materials Research Institute. Below you can see the programme. We look forward to the next MRI Symposium which will take place next Spring.
Below some pictures with the winners of the best poster and best talk of this year.
Welcome Qian! Qian has just started her PhD in our group with a CSC studentship. She will be developing photocatalyst materials for decomposition of pollutants in air and water, and study the effect the microstructure has on their performance. You can learn more about Qian here.
Last Friday, 13th October 2017, at QMUL we held the First Symposium of the QMUL-UCL London Energy Materials & Devices. I would like to thank you all for participating. The quality of the talks was outstanding and highlighted the excellent contribution to the field of materials for energy devices our research groups are making. Next Symposium will be organised at UCL, and hopefully we will witness numerous presentations fruit of joint collaborative research between both institutions.