Department of Chemistry

The Grey Group

Grey group


The Grey group studies the nature of solid state materials by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), X-ray and Neutron scattering, electron microscopy and computational calculations. The materials we investigate have applications in supercapacitors, fuel cells, and batteries. 

Our current research projects are described here and a full list of publications is available here. We currently have 37 group members including 20 PhD students (8 students being co-supervised) and 17 Post-Doctoral researchers all listed here. The group is very dynamic and also very international with more than 10 nationalities represented.

News:

Congratulations to Dr Alison Michan for her successful viva on the 27th of September!

Oliver Pecher (post-doctoral researcher) and Kent Griffith (PhD student) are featured on the University's instagram. A good way to learn more about the research going on in the group!

Congratulations to Dr Raphaële Clément for her successful viva on the 25th of July!

Congratulations to Alexander Forse who received the Energy Sector PhD Thesis Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry, for his thesis on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ion Adsorption in Supercapacitor Electrodes.

In June, Michael Gaultois published an Op-Ed article entitled "Accurate science or accessible science in the media – why not both?".

 

Selected recent papers published by the group: