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PhD Students

Jonathan Newland

Development of an electrochemical sensor for multiphase flow profiling

Amy Perry

Quantitative Visualisation of the Growth and Dissolution of Organic Microcrystals

Paul Kirkman

Quantifying the Interactions Between Oil Dispersants and Functionalised Carbon Surfaces

Rob Lazenby

Visualising sp2 carbon materials using high resolution electrochemical imaging techniques

Rehab Al Botros

The Study of Crystal Growth and Dissolution

Tom Miller

Growth of carbon nanostructures and applications

Changhui Chen

Electrocatalysis and Photocatalysis at the Nanoscale

 Marc Baghdadi

Quantitative Nanoscale Imaging Techniques for Neuroscience

 Binoy Paulose Nadappuram

Investigation of Membrane Transport

 Barak Aaronson

High resolution elecrochemical imaging and its application to photoelectrochemistry

Sophie Kinnear

Using SECCM to investigate dissolution of calcium carbonate and calcium sulfate

Robert Channon

Quantitation of potential genotoxic impurities via electrochemistry

 Jennifer Webb

Investigation of Membrane Transport Phenomena using Nanopore Platforms

Sharel E

Photocatalytic H2 production and electrochemical reduction of CO2

 Alexander Parker

Fundamentals of electrochemical imaging in industrial proof of principal

Elizabeth Oseland

Using Optical and Electrochemical Techniques to Understand Polymerisation Processes

Lingcong Meng

The Development and Application of Carbon Based Electrodes

Guohui Zhang

Electrodeposition of Conducting Polymers using Scanning Electrochemical Cell Microscopy

Anatolii Cuharuc

Graphene and carbon nanotube electrochemistry via Scanning Electrochemical Cell Microscopy: experiment and modelling

Tania Read

Electroanalytical Applications of Boron Doped Diamond


Roy Meyler

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


Zoë Ayres

The Development of Diamond-based Electrochemical Sensors


Faduma Maddar

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


 Maria Adobes Vidal

Mechanisms of Pharmaceutical Drug Dissolution


Emma Ravenhill

Microscopic investigation of dispersant-inorganic piston deposit interactions

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David Perry

Combining Nanoscale Flux Measurements and Molecular Dynamics Simulations towards a Quantitative Understanding of Biomineralisation

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Sze-yin Tan

Towards a New Understanding of the Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 in Ionic Liquids


Minkyung Kang

Electrochemical landing experiments with new nanomaterials and application of eletrochemical imaging techniques to biochemical systems



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