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Chemistry Measurement and Modelling Cluster

About our cluster

Our research is highly interdisciplinary, with a truly multidisciplinary cross-cut through the broad remit of Physical Sciences. We have outstanding experimental and computational facilities (£10M<), enabling our research output to continually push the current state-of-the-art. This is reflected in the impact of our work; from publications in top flight journals to links with major industries. Please browse our individual member websites for specific details.

Our research covers a broad range of topics under Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. The areas which our research impacts includes, but is by no means limited to: (1) predicting and designing materials for energy, healthcare and manufacturing; (2) instrument development and application to global research challenges including: Energy, Electronics, Chemicals, Healthcare, Information Technology and Pharmaceuticals/Biotechnology; and (3) development of sensors for biomedical and diagnostic applications.

We currently have 15 members. The member pages provides a brief description of their work, a contact email and a link to their website. A filter-tool enables users to link cluster members to research topic as well as global research challenge.

News

1st October 2019

Dr Phillip Stansfeld joins the School of Life Sciences and Chemistry Department as an associate professor (reader) in computational biochemistry.

1st July 2019

Dr Minkyung Kang, a PDRA in the Unwin group, receives a prestigious Leverhulme Trust research fellowship.

1st July 2019

Dr Livia Bartok-Partay to join the Chemistry Department as an assistant professor in artificial intelligence.

Upcoming events

17th October 2019

Speaker/affiliation: Dr Caroline Dessent, University of York

Location/time: Physics lecture theatre at 4 pm

21st November 2019

Speaker/affiliation: Professor Perditta Baran, University of Manchester

Location/time: Physics lecture theatre at 4 pm

30th January 2020

Speaker/affiliation: Dr Kathryn Toghill, University of Lancaster

Location/time: Physics lecture theatre at 4 pm