Shomik will be working on printed LSCs
As new PhD students they will both be working on the ERC funded SPECTRACON project
Rachel Evans gives an invited talk on the groups' work on luminescent solar devices at the IOP Physical Aspects of Polymer Science Conference, University of Lincoln (11-13th September, 2019) http://paps19.iopconfs.org/home
Rachel Evans gave a plenary talk at the Recent Appointees in Polymer Science meeting (RAPS19) at the University of Leeds (4-6th September).
Congratulations to current and former group members Elaine and Judith whose paper entitled “Multimodal control of liquid crystalline mesophases from surfactants with photoswitchable tails” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry C. This work reports a family of neutral azobenzene photosurfactants which, using small-angle X-ray scattering and polarised optical microscopy, are shown … Continue reading New paper out in J. Mater. Chem. C.
Rachel gives invited talk on the group's work on Luminescent Solar Devices at the MAF2019 conference in La Jolla, California. She also will give two contributed talks on stimuli-responsive fluids and aggregation-induced emission LSCs at the ACS Fall meeting in San Diego, California
We are delighted to welcome Dr Michael Bennison to the group. Mike, whose background is in both synthetic and polymer chemistry, will be working with the team on the SPECTRACON project funded by the ERC, looking at ways to develop new spectral conversion materials based on organic-inorganic hybrid polymers.
Members of the group travelled to Birmingham to present their work at Materials Chemistry 14, organised by the RSC. Rachel gave a keynote talk on the Bottom-Up Design of Integrated Spectral Conversion Materials for Luminescent Solar Devices. Morton also presented a poster on this subject. Tom Parton, Elaine and Kieran presented posters on photoresponsive materials, … Continue reading Materials Chemistry 14, Birmingham, 8-11th July 2019
Congratulations to Tom Southern who won a poster prize at the MacroGroup UK Young Researcher’s meeting held at the University of Kent on 1st-2nd July (https://macrogroup.org.uk/2019/04/30/2019-young-researchers-meeting/). Tom’s poster described his work on a dual-template method to prepare hierarchically porous polymer films. Well done Tom!!
Congratulations to Dr Camille Blayo who became the 6th PhD student to graduate from the group and the last one to graduate from Trinity College Dublin. The sun was shining and Camille had a great day celebrating!