Pat receives Hans and Marlies Zimmer International Scholar Award
Congratulations to Prof. Pat Unwin for receiving the Hans and Marlies Zimmer International Scholar Award on 6th of June at the 17th Annual Zimmer International Scholar.
4 PhD Positions in 2 EU MSCA ITNs
We invite applications for PhD positions in cutting edge areas of electrochemistry (nanoscale electrochemistry, functional imaging and diamond based electrochemical sensors). The positions are associated with 2 MSCA ITNs and provide outstanding levels of funding, support and opportunities for network. If you want to be part of these exciting traning networks for early stage researchers, then please see the following links which give more details of how to apply:
You may also contact Prof. Pat Unwin (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the SENTINEL ITN and Prof. Pat Unwin/Prof. Julie Macpherson (email@example.com) for the BREAK BIOFILMS ITN
Both positions are available for a start date up to the end of the Summer 2019. For this round of recruitment, applications should be submitted by April 29, 2019, 23:00 UK BST (SENTINEL) and April 30, 2019, 17:00 BST (BREAK BIOFILMS)
Well Done Enrico!
Congratulations to Enrico Daviddi for winning the Best Talk prize at the Midlands Electrochemistry Group Meeting 2019.
After 3 years, Mareike Hermann is leaving the Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group for a new adventure in Brighton. She will be sorely missed by the group. Good luck and all the best for the future Mareike!
2 PhD Positions Available for Early-Stage-Researchers
2 PhD Positions for Early-Stage-Researchers H2020-MSCA-ITN “Breaking Bad Biofilms. Innovative Analysis and Design Rules for Next-Generation Antifouling Interfaces” in the Warwick Electrochemistry Group. Further details can be found at: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/387832
Title: Lab-on-a-Tip for Localized Biofilm Analysis and Treatment
Overview: Innovative electrochemical probe microscopes and nanoscale electrochemical techniques will be used to understand microorganism adhesion to surfaces and their activity at different stages of biofilm formation. In particular, multi-functional electrochemical imaging probes (‘Lab-on-a-Tip’) will be used to map and measure chemical fluxes associated with bacterial function at the nanoscale and to deliver antibacterial agents locally and precisely. This project provides the ESR with an exciting opportunity to become expert in frontier nanoscale electrochemical and surface chemistry methods of wide applicability from the life sciences to materials science and electrochemistry.
Title: Development and Application of an Electrochemical Biofilm Activity Sensor
Overview: The aim of this project is the development of on-line electrochemical sensors which target biofilms commonly found in drinking water supplies. An innovative biofilm sensing technology will be designed and fabricated; the factors governing the relationship between sensor response, biofilm growth and electrochemical activity will be determined. In addition, conducting diamond electrode technology will be implemented as a means to both destroy biofilms and clean the sensors in-situ. This procedure will optimize electrolysis of aqueous electrolyte to produce ozone and hydroxyl radicals.