Diversity fuels scientific creativity. As a group, we are committed to fully embracing equality and inclusion across gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, race, age, religion, physical and mental ability, neurodiversity, physical appearance, and experience and perspective. We approach our work curiously, openly, and fearlessly. We strive to improve and learn constantly and will celebrate every single win we achieve as individuals and as a team.
We love to welcome new people to the group! If you’re keen to play with X-rays and excite some electrons, you’ve come to the right place.
We are always open to discuss joint funding applications. There is a range of funding opportunities available for PhD positions and we are happy to discuss supporting you, if you are thinking of applying at UCL. We host students on the CDT Advanced Materials Characterisation. Please contact Anna for any inquiries.
For more information on PhD funding visit UCL’s student funding website.
We host undergraduate MSci students and you can select projects within the group as part of the annual centralised selection process. We also host MSc students across a range of programmes, including Applied Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Research, Materials for Energy and Environment and Scientific Computing.
We welcome interested undergraduate students to undertake projects within the group. All undergraduate student projects need to be funded through external funding routes, including for example the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Undergraduate Research Bursary, the Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund’s Summer Studentships and UCL’s Laidlaw Scholarship programme. Do get in touch, if you’d like to discuss any of these programs.