Academic staff (primary affiliation)

Academic staff (primary affiliation)

Malcolm Kadodwala

Professor Malcolm Kadodwala

Gardiner Chair (Chemistry)

Research interests: Spectroscopic investigations of the electronic properties of nanostructured materials on surfaces; the development of new electron-based chirally sensitive spectroscopic techniques; the develop-ment of novel chiroptical spectroscopic probes.

Gordon Hedley

Dr Gordon Hedley

Lecturer (Chemistry)

Research interests: Single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy of organic semiconductors, including their photon statistics and spectro/temporal behaviour, Ultrafast time resolved spectroscopy of organic semiconductors, Photophysics of organic photovoltaic & organic light emitting diode materials.

Adrian Lapthorn

Dr Adrian Lapthorn

Senior Lecturer (Chemistry)

Research interests: My research interests are in using the technique of protein crystallography to elucidate protein structure with an aim to answering important questions on protein function and mechanism. I also have a specific interest in protein-protein interactions.

Hans Senn

Dr Hans Senn

Lecturer in Theoretical & Computational Chemistry (Chemistry)

Research interests: Computational studies of enzymatic reactions using combined quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics (QM/MM); transition-metal and organometallic chemistry; QM/MM molecular dynamics; Sampling techniques and free-energy calculations; Modelling of solvation effects

Stephen Sproules

Dr Stephen Sproules

Lecturer in inorganic Chemistry (School of Chemistry)

Research interests: The design and synthesis of coordination compounds with radical ligands for application in spintronic devices, magnetic materials, conductivity, and quantum computing. Magnetometry, electron paramagnetic resonance, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, theoretical calculations.

Klaas Wynne

Professor Klaas Wynne

Chair in Chemical Physics (Chemistry)

Research interests: The physical chemistry of liquids, mixtures, solutions, peptides, and proteins. Phase transitions and nucleation phenomena. Phenomena at equilibrium or very far from it. Femtosecond and terahertz spectroscopy, fluorescence lifetime imaging, and confocal Raman microscopy.

Academic staff (secondary affiliation)

Academic staff (secondary affiliation)

Alexey Ganin

Dr Alexey Ganin

Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry (School of Chemistry)

Research interests: Chalcogenides for energy applications Large scale production of 2D electronic materials CO2 capture, storage and conversion Solution-based processing into 2D- and 3D functional materials

Steven Magennis

Dr Steven Magennis

Reader in Physical Chemistry (School of Chemistry)

Research interests: The use of single-molecule fluorescence techniques to probe the structure, dynamics and reactivity of biomolecules.

Peter Skabara

Professor Peter Skabara

Ramsay Chair of Chemistry (School of Chemistry)

Research interests: Organic semiconductors for photonic and electronic applications. Design and synthesis of new materials. Organic light emitting diodes, solar cells, field effect transistors. Hybrid lighting and laser devices.

Technical support staff

Technical support staff

Ms Claudia McGregor

D&S Research Technician Claudia McGregor square photo

Research Assistants

Research Assistants

Affar Karimullah

Dr Affar Karimullah

Research Fellow (School of Chemistry)

Mario Gonzalez Jimenez

Dr Mario Gonzalez Jimenez

Research Associate (Chemistry)

D&S Academic staff at Strathclyde

D&S Academic staff at Strathclyde

  • Len Berlouis
  • Eddie Cussen
  • Peter Halling
  • John Liggat
  • Barry Moore
  • Pete Skabarra
  • Tell Tuttle
  • Rein Ulijn
  • Alastair Wark