Valentina completed her PhD in the group in May 2018, here PhD Thesis was entitled “Computational modelling and topological design of porous organic cage”. Previously, Valentina completed her Master's degree in Photochemistry and Molecular Materials at the University of Bologna.
Beth Rice, PhD 2018
Beth Rice carried out her PhD in the Theory and Simulation of Materials Centre for Doctoral Training, successfully completing in 2018. Her PhD thesis was entitled “Modelling of Electronic States, Charge Transfer and Charge Transport in Organic Semiconductors.” Her primary supervisor was Prof. Jenny Nelson (Physics), as well as Dr. Jarvist Frost and Dr. Kim Jelfs.
Oxana carried out a summer project working on software development for material discovery in 2016, at the end of her second year as a Chemistry undergraduate.
Jasper carried out his MSci project in the group in 2015-2016, investigating energetic disorder in hole transport materials.
Lisa carried out a summer project investigating MOFs for biobutanol separation in summer 2015 during her Chemistry degree at Imperial.
Lukas carried out a summer project in the group in 2015 whilst an undergraduate in Chemistry at Imperial. He was developing software for porous molecular material prediction.
Alex carried out a summer project in 2015, whilst an undergraduate in Chemistry at Imperial. He was investigating the design of porous molecules.
Keir carried out his MSci project in the group from 2014-2015, investigating pore breathing behaviour in porous molecular materials.
Rex carried out a summer project in the group in 2014 whilst an undergraduate in the Chemistry department. He worked on the tunable porosity of a tercrystal of porous molecules, publishing an article on the topic in J. Phys. Chem. C.
Matthew carried out a summer project in the group in summer 2014, developing software to generate polymer structures. He was an undergraduate in the Chemical Engineering department at Imperial.