Professor Patrick Unwin, Department of Chemistry has been made a Fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE). This award comes in recognition of the outstanding contributions Professor Unwin has made to the field of electrochemistry throughout his career.
Professor Unwin leads the Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group, who are known for developing innovative methods for functional imaging of surfaces and interfaces. They are currently in the process of developing a whole suite of new nanoscale electrochemical imaging methods with support from the European Research Council.
Professor Unwin said:
"I have been fortunate to have many good colleagues and fantastic students and postdocs in my 20 years at Warwick. They are great fun to work with and have contributed significantly to me winning this award."
ISE is a large non-profit-making organisation set up to promote work done in the field of electrochemistry and provide an international community for those involved. It has around 2,300 members based in more than 60 countries worldwide.