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Research Staff


Dr. Tania Read

The Development of Boron Doped Diamond Sensors for Real-World Analysis


Dr. Joshua Tully

Understanding and Exploiting Electrochemical Etch Mechanisms in Diamond and Graphitic Materials

Dimitrios Valavanis

Electrochemical Nanoprobes for Single-Entity Analysis

Xiangdong Xu

Dr. Anna Dettlaff

Visiting Academic

Electrochemical sensors and energy harvesting using diamond-based materials

Katherine Levey

Modelling Electrochemical Techniques for the Fusion Cycle

PhD Students

Dan Houghton

Dan Houghton

Assessing Boron Doped Diamond as an Electrocatalyst Support Material

Marlene Hill

Measuring Glucose and other Energy Substrate Levels in Cellular Systems using SICM/SECM

Anjali John

Metal recovery from pharmaceutical flow streams

Manisa Kaewsen

Hydrogen Peroxide Electrochemical Production Strategies

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Understanding Tooth Decay at the Nanoscale and the Development of Next Generation Treatments

Nafiz Biswas

Transcutaneous Electrochemical Sensing Technology

James Coe

Microscale analysis of industrial processes

Pei Zhao

High-Resolution Imaging of Electrocatalyst Activity

Callum Crockford

Environmental Electrochemistry: Development and Application of Electrode Technology for Pollutant Removal from Water Systems

Fengping Tang

George Pryer-Freeman

Development of Advanced Processing Methods for Diamond

Calum Davies

Developing Low-Cost Instrumentation to Enable Citizen Science

Georgina Rhodes

Boron Doped Diamond in High-Pressure High-Temperature Applications

Masters Students

Lincoln Summers

Preparing and Assessing Magneli-Phase Titanium Oxides for Electrochemical Applications



PhD Students