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Ampere Group in the News
Our last paper in Chemistry of Materials:
"Design of surface-modified electrodes for the electrochemical adsorption of Platinum-based anticancer drugs"
In situ XAS Beam time at diamond B18
Matthew received the award to the best oral presentation in the Postgraduate symposium of the School of Chemistry in Bham. Well done
Matthew recieved the award to the best poster in the surface electrocatalysis workshop in Padova for his work in metal oxide nanocatlyst for OER and CO2 Reduction
Para got promoted to Senior Lecturer. Congratulations to the Boss.
New paper of the group in collaboration with Prof. R.L. Johnston.
Pu Yayun first paper in the group
Ampere group goes minigolfing
Paper accepted in Surfaces. Collaboration with Yvonne Grunder and Chris Lucas (Univ. Liverpool) and Diamond
Para presented a invited lecture on Cathodic Corrosion at IMDEA Nanoscience in Madrid
Sad news, we have to say good bye to Adam. We wish you all the best in your new job in Denmark. We will miss you in the lab.
It is time to go for a break but before we had our Xmas dinner! Good time!
Matthew did an excellent job organizing the bowling day for the group.
We welcome our new master students: Heather, Eve, Rachel and Nashwa. Eve, Rachel and Nashwa will be working in electrocatalysis. Heather will be working in electrochemical recycling of precious metals from electronics.
Javi had his PhD viva!!!!
Excellent group trip to the ISE 2018 in Bologna. Para gave a presentation and Matthew and Adam presented their posters.
We welcome our new members of the group: Pu Yayun and Elizabeth Sargeant. Pu Yayun will be working in new materials of the Oxygen evolution reaction. Lizzie will be working in the electrochemical reduction of CO2
Two new papers accepted, congratulations to Matthew:
ACS Applied Energy Materials 1,2018, 5233-5244
Nano Energy 53, 2018, 458-467.
It is Graduation time.....
what a great year with this
fantastic master students.
We wish you all the best.