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Bethany Hampshire

About Me

I completed my BSc in Biochemistry at the University of Essex in 2016.

For my undergraduate final year project, I worked on developing the Tyrosyl Radical EPR Spectra Simulation Algorithm. I found three formulas that calculate the Euler angles for the hyperfine interactions for the methylene protons in tyrosyl free radicals as functions of the tyrosyl ring rotation angle.

I am currently involved in a Warwick/ISIS Ph.D. project about the using negative muons in the elemental analysis of cultural heritage materials to bio-materials under the joint supervision of Prof. Don Paul (Warwick) and Dr. Aidy Hilier (ISIS-RAL).

Publications

Chaplin, A.K., Chicano, T.M., Hampshire, B.V., Wilson, M.T., Hough, M.A., Svistunenko, D.A., and Worrall, J.A.R., An Aromatic Dyad Motif in Dye Decolourising Peroxidases Has Implications for Free Radical Formation and Catalysis, Chemistry – A European Journal. 25 (24), 6141-6153(2019)

Hampshire, B.V., Butcher, K., Ishida, K., Green, G., Paul, D.M., and Hillier, A.D., Using Negative Muons as a Probe for Depth Profiling Silver Roman Coinage, Heritage 2, 400-407(2019)

Courses Taken

ISIS Muon Training School 2018

Teaching Duties

Demonstrator – 2nd Year Physics Teaching Laboratory

Address:

Bethany Hampshire
Superconductivity and Magnetism Group (Room P220)
Department of Physics
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL

E-Mail:

B dot hampshire at warwick dot ac dot uk

Tel:

+44 (0)2476574207