Many researchers use NMR and EPR spectroscopy techniques of one form or another in their research. The ones listed here include those of us who are developing new methods and techniques. Our activities span instrumentation development, molecular characterisation, and photochemistry. The lists given below are an attempt to provide a brief summary of this diversity. The links to individual's web pages provide more details.
Academics and their Research Areas
Professor Claudia Blindauer ( Protein structure, dynamics of metal uptake and release, and biomolecular interactions are studied using recombinant protein expression and purification, multinuclear NMR, mass spectrometry, optical spectroscopies and multi-elemental analysis)
Professor Steven Brown (high-resolution methods, especially1H using dipolar and J couplings, investigation of structure and dynamics especially hydrogen bonding and aromatic pi-pi interaction)
Dr Ann Dixon (Developing methods for describing the assembly, interactions and three-dimensional structures of membrane proteins using biophysical and computational techniques, including NMR spectroscopy)
Dr John Hanna (Applications in materials science of Solid-State NMR on a wide range of nuclei)
Dr Thomas Kemp (development of software to simulate spectra acquired from solid-state NMR in the presence of the quadrupolar interaction for non-crystaline materials.)
Dr Jozef Lewandowski (development of solid-state NMR methodology and its applications to studying relationships between structure, dynamics and activity of biomolecular systems)
Dr Gavin Morley (use pulsed electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) to investigate schemes for quantum information processing, spintronics and dynamic nuclear polarization)
Dr Mark Newton (Understanding and determining the electronic properties and lattice structures of defects, as well as the diffusion of impurities and activation of dopants in diamond)
Dr Ivan Prokes (Experimental Officer in NMR Spectroscopy)
Dr Chris Welbourn (specialises in the development of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) and optical spectroscopic methods, and applies these techniques in the study of diamond and other materials/systems).
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