3 CDT-CMP Students, Lawrence Gammond, Richard Waite and Lauren Cane attended the Oxford School on Neutron Scattering last week.
Congratulations to Lawrence on winning the prize for best mock beamtime proposal.
Originating in Harwell in 1966, the Oxford School … Read more
Congratulations to CDT-CMP Cohort 2 Student, Torsten Jensen has been published in Nature Scientific Reports.
The work solves a decades-long mystery as to why the organic mineral karpatite fluoresces blue when exposed to ultraviolet light but glows green when grown … Read more
Students Aitor Garcia Ruiz, Charles Sayers, Lewis Hart and Surani Gunasekera attended a conference at Diamond Light Source: “Electronic structure of 2D materials: theory meets experiment” along with academics Daniel Wolverson, Marcin Mucha-Kruczynski and James Webb.
Charles Sayers (here third … Read more
Last week, the CDT-CMP hosted a Welcome Event for Cohort 4, in the style of a BBQ (obviously thanks to the traditional British weather this was under a shelter due to the on/off rain).
The day saw a number of … Read more
CDT-CMP academic Dr Marcin Mucha-Kruczyński has won a prestigious early-career award from the Institute of Physics for his work on graphene. Dr Mucha-Kruczyński from the Department of Physics at the University of Bath received the James Maxwell Early Career Award … Read more
PhD student Joe Wilcox, who is currently in his 3rd year of study with the Centre for Doctoral Training in Condensed Matter Physics, has had his first paper published in Science Advances.
Joe performed some work in collaboration with groups … Read more
Lauren Cane attended and co-chair an international seminar, here it is in her words!
On 2nd June 2017 I flew to the States to attend both a seminar and a conference in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. Both were organised by … Read more
We would like to congratulate our CDT-CMP student David Hooper for recently having his paper published in Advanced Materials.
David, along with researchers at the University of Bath, were using gold spring-shaped coils 5,000 times thinner than human hairs, and … Read more
Congratulations to Elisha Mercado from Cohort 2 on getting her first paper published!
This work was part of Elisha’s work in the first year of the CDT on an industry placement at Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, where she was … Read more
CDT-CMP students present talks at APS meeting
Last month three CDT-CMP students attended the American Physical Sciences Meeting in New Orleans. Nicola Bannister, Chas Sayers and Joe Wilcox joined the many participants of the event to present their work to … Read more