Welcome to Warwick Electrochemistry!
Founded in 1992, the Warwick Electrochemistry & Interfaces Group (WEIG) is internationally leading in the development of frontier instrumental techniques, with applications in electrochemistry, electrocatalysis, energy research, sensor systems, material characterisation and the life sciences.
Led by Professors Patrick Unwin & Julie Macpherson, WEIG is constituted of members from all over the world. We seek the best and brightest to join us at WEIG, with our research making important advances in imaging, energy, health, chemical sensing, engineering and materials science. Our staff and students enjoy exciting careers in research and development, at one of the UK's premier research centres, The University of Warwick.
• Microstructural origin of locally enhance CO2 electroreduction activity on gold
• Lifting the Lid on the Potentiostat: A Beginners Guide to Understanding Electrochemical Circuitry and Practical Operation
• Unveiling the contribution of the reproductive system of individual Caenorhabditis elegans on oxygen consumption by single-point scanning electrochemical microscopy measurements
• Nanoscale Electrochemistry in a Copper/Aqueous/Oil Three-phase System: Surface Structure-Activity-Corrosion Potential Relationships
• Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy Reveals Differences in the Ionic Environments of Gram-Positive and Negative Bacteria
• Combined Voltammetric Measurement of pH and Free Chlorine Speciation Using a Micro-Spot sp2 Bonded Carbon–Boron Doped Diamond Electrode
• High pressure high temperature synthesis of highly boron doped diamond microparticles and porous electrodes for electrochemical applications
Many congratulations go to Tom Scott for passing his viva and completing his PhD on the 19th November 2021.
Many congratulations go to Enrico Daviddi for passing his viva and completing his PhD on the 4th June 2021. We look forward to his future work in the group, now at a postdoc position!
Many congratulations go to Alexandra Borrill for passing her viva and completing her PhD on the 29th January 2021. We all wish her good luck for the future.
Many congratulations go to Binglin Tao for passing his viva and completing her PhD on the 10th December 2020. We all wish his good luck for the future.
Many congratulations go to Shrina Bhagat for passing her viva and completing her PhD on the 7th December 2020. We all wish her good luck for the future.