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Research interests

My research uses computer simulation to explore the behaviour of molecules in confined spaces and the design of nanoporous and nanocomposite materials for adsorption-based separation and sensing technologies. Current research areas include:

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) in aqueous and humid environments - stability, structure and adsorption

Nanoporous materials for air and water remediation

MOFs in healthcare technologies - stability, diagnositics, and drug delivery

MOF-polymer nanocomposites - compatibility and strucural characterisation

Education/Academic qualification

Molecular Simulation and Adsorption, Doctor of Philosophy, Industrially Challenging Separations via Adsorption: A Computational Exploration , University of Edinburgh

Award Date: 31 Oct 2014

Chemical Engineering, Master of Engineering, University of Edinburgh

Award Date: 17 Jun 2010


  • QD Chemistry
  • TP Chemical technology


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