This week sees our group welcoming Christian and Beth as new group members and saying goodbye (for now) to Max, who will be returning to Columbia University. Thanks to Michael Beglan for taking this pic just before group meeting today.
Welcome to Christian Arenas who has joined our group from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), Spain. Christian is starting his PhD, which is a joint project between our group and Dr Eddie Cussen at the University of Strathclyde to work on the high throughput synthesis of electrode materials. Welcome!
Welcome to Max Terban, who is visiting our group from Columbia University where he is working as a graduate student with Prof Simon Billinge. Max joins us on a Columbia University/University of Glasgow research exchange fellowship. He will be working on nanoparticle synthesis for use in conserving artefacts from the Mary Rose. Welcome to the… Continue reading Max visits the group
Four positions are available in my research group from October 2015 (two postdoctoral positions and two PhD studentships). Please see the attached PDF file for more information. If you have any queries about these, please email me (email@example.com)
Congratulations to Josefa who was awarded a travel bursary from the RSC Solid State group. Josefa travelled to the Gordon Research Conference on Solid State Compounds and Materials for Emerging Technologies and Sustainable Energy Generation. You can read Josefa's report on the meeting in the latest RSC Solid State Group newsletter, here.
The group have been awarded a SUPERGEN Energy Storage Challenge grant from the EPSRC for £1.2 million. The project, entitled “Design and high throughput microwave synthesis of Li-ion battery materials”, brings together groups from Glasgow (Dr Serena Corr [PI], Prof Duncan Gregory, Prof Nikolaj Gadegaard), Strathclyde (Dr Eddie Cussen), Loughborough (Dr Pooja Panchmatia), UCL (Dr… Continue reading EPSRC grant award to Corr group
Applications are welcomed for a PhD position available in our group to work on high throughput routes to nanostructured materials for energy storage. The position covers the fees and stipend of a home applicant only. Please email Serena directly if you are interested in this position and for further details (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Welcome to Marco Amores who has joined our group from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), Spain. Marco is starting his PhD, which is a joint project between our group and Dr Eddie Cussen at the University of Strathclyde on solid state electrolytes and nanostructured cathodes. Welcome!
Welcome to Parthiban Ramasamy who joins our group as a visiting scholar from Kongju National University in South Korea. Parthiban is the recipient of a prestigious RSC Mobility Fellowship and will work on developments of new routes to anode materials for Li-ion batteries. Welcome!
Applications are welcomed for a PhD position available in our group to work on new materials for energy storage. The project involves developing a range of nanostructured electrodes and new solid electrolytes for use in lithium ion batteries. This project is in collaboration with Dr. Eddie Cussen at the University of Strathclyde. The position covers… Continue reading UPDATE: Position now filled!! (Ph.D. position available now)