Alumni

Past group members:

 高 英涵 [Yinghan Gao], Will, Visiting Researcher (2017-2018)

   Will joined the group in November 2017. He worked on developing an alternative fitting method for ultrafast transient data.
We wish him all the best in his career!

 Shuangyue Wang, MSc (2017-2018)

  Shuangyue joined the group in October 2017. She worked in collaboration with Steve Matcher’s group on Optical Coherence Tomography, and applied the technique to see through plants. We wish her all the best in her career!

 Holly Khan, MChem student (2017-2018)

   Holly joined the group in September 2017. She characterised single synthetic porphyrins using the ultrafast transient spectroscopy (Helios) set up. We wish her all the best in her career!

 Jake Finkel, MChem student (2017-2018)

   Jake joined the group in September 2017. He characterised copper and iron oxides thin films that have anti-bacterial properties. The goal was to understand how these metal oxides form singlet oxygen under UV-light exposure. The project was succesfull and will hopefully lead to a publication. We wish him all the best in his career!

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Jake Finkel
 Zak Bragg, MChem student (2017-2018)

   Zak joined the group in September 2017. He characterised single synthetic porphyrins using the ultrafast transient spectroscopy (Helios) set up. We wish him all the best in his career!

 Thomas R. Carr, MSc student (2017)

   Tom has obtained his master degree from The University of Sheffield in 2017. He performed, in collaboration with Steve, the first ultrafast transient experiment of the group. Hi goal was to investigate the relaxation pathways of Chl a and H2-OEP, two model porphyrin in natural and artificial photosynthesis. He also built Sheffield’s first model of the micro-fluidic flow cell. Congratulation and our best wishes for your next position.

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Thomas Carr
 Stephen Gallon , MSc student (2017)

   Steve has obtained his master degree from The University of Sheffield in 2017. He joined the group to further developed the frame-by-frame analysis. He successfully applied it to the Chl a he took in the laser lab. He also made and tested the first generation on miniature magnetic stirrer bar using a home-made magnetic plastic. Good job Steve and all the best in you career!

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Stephen Gallon
 Liam Banerji , MChem student (2016-2017)

   Liam has obtained his master degree from The University of Sheffield in May 2017. During his project he developed a frame-by-frame analysis to resolve the non-exponential relaxation components of photo-excited heme-proteins. Excellent work! We wish him all the best for his future adventures! If you wish to contact him please email him at liam_banerji@yahoo.co.uk