The Scottish Government is investing £300,000 in a new hydrogen accelerator which will be located at the University of St Andrews. Drawing on the expertise of the University, and in partnership with institutions across Scotland, the new initiative will propel innovations in hydrogen technology and encourage knowledge-sharing to support transport applications and sustainable mobility. Transport … Read more £300k investment to drive hydrogen technology at St Andrews University
John has been elected as a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society (ECS). The Electrochemical Society is a learned society based in the United States that supports scientific inquiry in the field of electrochemistry and solid-state science science and technology. John joins other important and famous scientists and inventors in the area, including Thomas Edison and … Read more Professor John T S Irvine elected as a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society!
Congratulations to Stephanie, who successfully defended her thesis (online!) today.
A recent article published in Advanced Energy Materials was selected to feature on the inside back cover: Replacement of Ca by Ni in a perovskite titanate to yield a novel perovskite exsolution architecture for oxygen-evolution reactions”. JG. Lee, JH. Myung, AB. Naden, OS. Jeon, YG. Shul, JTS. Irvine. Adv. Energy Mater. 2020, 1903693 Inside Back … Read more Article Selected to Feature in Advanced Energy Materials March 2020
Maadhav Kothari successfully defended his thesis: A Trojan horse route to emergent active and stable platinum nanoparticles from a perovskite system
In what has been a busy month in the JTSI group, more congratulations are in order to Sadaf, who successfully defended her thesis this afternoon!
Congratulations to Stewart who passed his viva this morning!
Congratulations to Stephy who successfully passed her viva today. We wish her all the best in her new job!
Congratulations to Eun Jeong who successfully defended her thesis today!
The JTSI Group travelled to Dunkeld House Hotel this year on the 15-16th October, for a two-day meeting showcasing the work carried out this year by all group members. Both talks and posters were presented by the group, with two keynotes given by Mogens Mogensen and Gerry Agnew.
A University of St Andrews-led project to create a safe, cheap, long-lasting battery which could revolutionise electric travel and renewable energy storage has been given £12m from a major funding body. The Faraday Institution announced the funding today (Wednesday 4 September) as part of a £55m funding round for research into energy storage. The £12m project, … Read more The £12m project, NEXGENNA, to be led by the University of St Andrews
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A recent publication in Nature Communications: “Lattice strain-enhanced exsolution of nanoparticles in thin films” has been chosen as a featured article by the editor Jacilynn Brant in Energy Materials focus published 9 April 2019 Nature Communications Highlights
Congratulation to Amane who passed his viva this afternoon, we wish him all the best in his future endeavours!
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Congratulations to George Tsimekas on passing his viva today. He will be carrying on at a postdoctoral researcher in the group!
Congratulations to Jianing who successfully defended his viva today. He will carry on as a post-doc in the JTSI group.
The group held a meeting on the 30-31st October at Atholl Palace, Pitlochry, in order to showcase all of the research performed from every researcher in the group (every talk may be found in the 2018 Programme). Two fantastic keynotes from Professor Philippe Vernoux and Dr Steve Hull were one of the highlights of the … Read more 4th Meeting of the Energy Materials Discovery Characterisation and Application Group
We would like to welcome our newest PhD students. Cameron will be working in conjunction with the Faraday Project on solid state batteries. Welcome also to Matthew who will be working on thermal batteries. Also welcome to Maria who will be working as a post-doctoral researcher on the Critical Mass project. We also welcome … Read more Welcome to our New Starters
An interesting news article has been published on the Fish Site based on one of the groups research projects: REFLOW, funded by Innovate Uk. Featuring Co-Investigator, Dr Damiano Bonaccorso, the article outlines the interesting research “from fish waste to fuel” which aims to convert waste products into biodiesel for use in several applications.