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Bora Karasulu

Bora Karasulu

Hi Everyone! My Name is Bora and I have joined the Chemistry Department as an EPSRC Early-Career Fellow (ECF) back in November. I am from Turkey and have received my PhD degree in theoretical chemistry/biochemistry jointly from the Max-Planck-Institute for Carbon Research (Muelheim an der Ruhr, Germany) and the University of Dusseldorf. I have spent a few post-doctoral years in Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e, PMP group) and the University of Cambridge (TCM group).

My research activities revolve around the atomistic modelling of next-generation energy storage materials, The focus is placed on the all-solid-state batteries and supercapacitors, in particular exploring novel battery materials and tackling the limitations arising at the interfaces forming between the different components. My research group will also address the molecular-level simulations of the surface chemistry underpinning the ultra-thin deposition techniques, mainly atomic-layer deposition (ALD), chemical vapour deposition (CVD) and plasma-layer deposition (PLD).

In addition, I am the proud dad of a 7-month-old girl, Selin Lila, and she has become my biggest hobby (which, no doubt, will stay like that for ever). Apart from spending time with her, I like to read, play video games, cook and workout at the gym (unfortunately not as often as before, though).

My office will be on the 2nd floor of the G-Block (Theoretical Chemistry) after we return to the ‘normal’ office-working pattern. If you can’t wait to discuss about my research and collaboration prospects, please do get in touch (bora.karasulu .at. Warwick_address…) to set up an online chat. Looking forward to meeting you soon (virtually or in person)!

Started November 2020



Neshat Rozatian

Neshat Rozatian

Hi, my name is Neshat, and I recently joined the Shipman group as a Research Fellow working on macrocyclic peptide synthesis.

I just graduated from Durham University where my PhD was on the physical organic chemistry of fluorination reactions. During my MChem at Durham, I did an Erasmus placement in Belgium in my 4th year, working on carbohydrate synthesis and eating lots of Belgian waffles. In my free time, I enjoy playing the piano (mostly Chopin and Liszt), baking and watching movies.

I’m based on the third floor and look forward to meeting you all.

 

Started October 2020



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