The physics of materials, with an emphasis on the nanoscale
We study fundamental phenomena and find solutions for critical issues such as energy, healthcare and information technology.
Our research is underpinned by advanced characterisation and a long-standing reputation for the development of transmission electron microscopy techniques.
The MCMP group is housed within the Kelvin Nanocharacterisation Centre.
Imaging and simulation of a vortex domain wall in a magnetic nanowire
Studying nanostructure and nanochemistry with transmission electron microscopy
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) tomography volume reconstruction of a hybrid solar cell
1 April 2013: Prof. Stamps has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
20 March 2013: Prof. Stamps has his YouTube debut!
6 March 2013: Many congratulations to MCMP students Aaron Naden and Pedro Parreira, who won the J.K. Hunter Memorial Prize for excellent performance in first year postgraduate research.
February 2013: Ian MacLaren, Liqiu Wang and Alan Craven's research makes the internal cover of the high-impact journal Advanced Functional Materials.
4 October 2012: MCMP student Fraser Douglas has had his work selected as the cover story of CrystEngComm.
(For earlier excitement, see our News Archive)
Mask assisted fabrication of nanoislands of BiFeO3 by ion beam milling, A. Morelli, F. Johann, N. Schammelt, D. McGrouther and I. Vrejoiu, J. Appl. Phys. 113 (2013) 154101.