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Professor Patrick Unwin


Professor Julie Macpherson


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Postdoctoral Research Assistants


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Dr Cameron Bentley

Nanoscale Electrochemistry in Ionic Liquids (NEIL)

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Dr Tania Read

The Development of Boron Doped Diamond Sensors for Real World Analysis

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Dr Anthony Lucio

The Development of Boron Doped Diamond Electrochemical Sensors for Chlorine Analysis

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Dr Slava (Viacheslav) Shkirskiy

Nanoscale Electrochemistry on Light Metallic Alloys

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Dr Gabriel Meloni

Functional Nanoscale Imaging: New Techniques to Probe Living Cells

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Dr Ian McPherson

Crystallisation in the Real World: Delivering Control through Theory and Experiment

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Dr Minkyung Kang

Towards Better Electrocatalysts for a Greener Future

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Dr Haytham Hussein

The Development and Application of Diamond Electroanalytical Sensors for the Detection and Removal of Metals from Pharmaceutical Solutions

PhD Students


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Tom Scott

Developing Techniques for Studying the Humid Creep Inhibition Effect of Different Additives on Plaster

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Harriet Pearce

Quantitative Visualisation of Dissolution and Crystallisation: Size, Mass Transport, Kinetic and Surface Effects in Particulate Ensembles

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Development of Conductivity Sensors with Simultaneous Temperature Monitoring for the Marine Environment

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Bryn Jones

Using Electrochemical Imaging Techniques to Investigate Acid Erosion and Caries

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Sam Cobb

Development of Smart Diamond Windows for Electrochemical Sensing in Real Environments

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Lewis Yule

Using Nanoscale Electrochemical Imaging Methods to Investigate the Relationship Between Corrosion Processes and Microstructure on Steels

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Enrico Daviddi

Nanoscale Correlative Electrochemical Imaging: New Approaches to Understanding Metal Reactivity and Corrosion

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Baoping Chen

Single Entity Electrochemistry: From Single Nanoparticle to Single Molecule

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Alexandra Borrill

Engineered Diamond for Spectroelectrochemistry

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Shrina Bhagat

Determination of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Release Mechanisms During Dissolution of Oral Medication

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James Edmondson

Development of a Novel Electrochemical Scanning Tunnelling Microscope for use in High-Resolution Functional Mapping

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Dalia Swinya

Using Pulse-Potential SICM for Controllable Delivery of Ascorbic Acid to Carbon Fiber Ultramicroelectrode

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Binglin Tao

Electrochemical Imaging of
Energy Storage and Conversion Materials

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Emily Braxton

Applications of Electrochemistry in Pharmaceutical Research and Development

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Nicole Reily

Electroanalytical Chemistry meets Lake Biogeochemistry: pH and Heavy Metal Concentration Monitoring in Lakes with Deep-Water Anoxia

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Georgia Wood

Boron Doped Diamond Micro- and Nano-Particles for Electrochemical Applications

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Josh Tully

The Production of Thin Film Diamond Membranes for Combined Optical-Electrochemical Sensing

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Peter Morris

Electrochemically Controlled Crystallisation of Calcium Carbonate

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Kelsey Cremin

Analysis of Cellular Metabolism at Single Cell Resolution

 

Jonatan Benarroch

Probing the Electrochemical Dynamics of Germination in Bacillus Subtilis Spores

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Oluwasegun (Segun) Wahab

Using Electrochemical Imaging Techniques to Investigate Antibiotic Resistance and Drug Action

 

Teena Rajan

Bioanalytical Applications of Diamond Electrodes

Masters Students


 

Jordan Curtis

 

Andrew Townend

 

Ellie Stepaniuk

 

Alex Morris

 

Jake Gorrill

 

Peter Brown

Technician


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Mareike Herrmann

Specialist in processing diamond

   

Group Visitors


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James Teahan

PhD student in Nikola Chmel's group, learning about electrochemical techniques for the characterisation of impurities in pharmaceuticals

   

 

Alumni


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Masters Students

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