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 Postgraduate Researchers

Bethany Adams (Nottingham, Supercritical Fluids)

BETHANY ADAMS is part of the supercritical fluid team at the University of Nottingham.

Jenny Burt (Southampton, Synthetic Chemistry)

JENNY BURT completed her Masters in Chemistry at the University of Southampton including a research project on synthesizing novel SbF3 complexes. She then joined the synthetic chemistry team on the SCFED Project and is developing electrolytes for supercritical fluid electrodeposition.

Mahboba Hasan (Southampton, Mesoporous Templates)

MAHBOBA HASAN  completed her Masters in Chemistry at the University of Southampton Mahboba before joining the porous materials team on the SCFED Project. For her PhD research she is characterizing germanium deposited into amorphous templates from supercritical fluids.

Ashley Love (Nottingham, Supercritical Fluids)

ASHLEY LOVE joined the SCFED Project after completing his Masters in Chemistry at the University of Nottingham. For his PhD research he is performing spectroscopic measurements on nanomaterials deposited by supercritical fluid electrodeposition.

Sam Marks (Warwick, Electron Microscopy)

SAM MARKS completed his Masters of Physics at the University of York before joining the microscopy team on the SCFED project. He is responsible for the characterisation and imaging of nanowires using electron microscopy at the University of Warwick.

Joe Spencer (Southampton, Characterization)

JOE SPENCER completed his Masters in Physics at the University of Southampton including a research project on SERS. He then joined the materials characterization team on the SCFED Project and is PhD he is using ellipsometry to characterize channels in the mesoporous silica substrates used for supercritical fluid electrodeposition.

NORHIDAYAH SULEIMAN  completed her Masters in Chemistry at the University Putra Malaysia with research in the field of supercritical fluid extraction, before joining the supercritical fluid team at the University of Nottingham. For her PhD she is studying the solubility of ionic liquids in difluoromethane to support the development of SCF electrolytes.

Former PhD Researchers

Jack Branch (Southampton, Electrochemistry)

JACK BRANCH  investigated the electrochemical aspects of supercritical fluid electrodeposition for his PhD research. He has since been awarded a PhD Plus grant for early career researchers and is currently supporting the SCFED Project as a Research Fellow.

Martin Champion (Southampton, Synthetic Chemistry)

MARTIN CHAMPION developed electrolytes for supercritical fluid electrodeposition for his PhD research. He has since progressed to become a Portfolio Manager in the EPSRC.

Jack Cook (Southampton, Mesoporous Templates)

JACK COOK was a member of the mesoporous materials team on the SCFED Project.

Calum Robertson

CALUM ROBERTSON was responsible for growing and characterizing novel templates for supercritical fluid electrodeposition as part of his PhD research. He has since progressed to become a Development Chemist with Johnson Matthey.