I graduated from Warwick in 2018 with a first class masters degree in chemistry. As part of my masters course I undertook a project in the group of Professor Julie Macpherson on the electrochemical etching of diamond as a preperative technique for making thin diamond membranes. I then resumed this project in august, as part of a Royal Society sponsored PhD.
My current research centres around the micro and nanofabrication of diamond stuctures for Electrochemical or Quantum applications, as well as investiagting the erosion of Boron Doped Diamond in wastewater treatment.
My project is titled "Understanding and Exploiting Electrochemical Etch Mechanisms in Diamond and Graphitic Materials".
A Scientist’s Guide to Buying a 3D Printer: How to Choose the Right Printer for Your Laboratory, Joshua J. Tully and Gabriel N. Meloni, Anal. Chem. 2020, 92, 22, 14853–14860, https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.analchem.0c03299.
Conferences and Presentations:
69th De Beers Diamond Conference, Warwick, UK - "Electrochemical Etching and Lift-Off of Thin Single-Crystal Diamond Membranes" - Poster Presentation
70th De Beers Diamond Conference, Warwick, UK - Attended
Hasselt Diamond Workshop SBDD XXV, Hasselt, Belgium - "Ultra-rapid Electrochemical Production of Diamond thin-film Membranes" - Oral Presentation
j dot j dot tully at warwick dot ac dot uk
Department of Chemistry
The University of Warwick
Gibbet Hill Road, Coventry