Researchers

QUILL Researchers

Group photo following the 2018 QUILL meeting

Academics, researchers and IAB members at the September 2018 QUILL Meeting.

Senior Research Fellows

Name

PI

Project Scope

Dr Martyn Earle

Nockemann/ Blesic

Separations through counter-current chromatography

Dr Nimal Gunaratne

Robertson

Photochemistry

Research Fellows

Name

PI

Project Scope

Dr Manuela Gilea

Manesiotis

Separations through counter-current chromatography

Dr Natalia Plechkova

Nockemann/ Holbrey/ Glover/ Swadźba-Kwaśny

Electrolytes for Na-ion batteries

Dr Kathryn Ralphs

Artioli/Swadźba-Kwaśny

CO2 valorisation

Dr Laleh Bahadori

Nockemann

Redox flow batteries

Dr Hasan Tanvir Imam

A. Marr/P. Marr

Homogenous catalysis

Mr Oliver Hammond

Blesic

Zwitterionic Molecules

Mr Keith Moore

Swadźba-Kwaśny

Grant writing assistant

Visiting Researchers

Name

PI

Project Scope

Helene Raabjerg

Gunaratne / Swadźba-Kwaśny

Synthesis of ionic liquids

Yoan Delavoux

Swadźba-Kwaśny

Plastic recycling

Miriam De Miguel Prieto

Swadźba-Kwaśny

Synthesis of ionic liquids

Research Technician

Angela Brownlie

Postgraduate Students

Name

PI

Project Scope

Marian Borucki

Nockemann/Glover

Battery degradation

Robert Boyd

Nockemann

Redox flow batteries

Lucy Brown

Swadźba-Kwaśny/Holbrey

Frustrated Lewis Pairs in ionic liquids

Emily Byrne

Swadźba-Kwaśny/Holbrey

Hydrophobic deep eutectic solvents

Ciaran Carroll

Nockemann

Rare earth metal separations

Martin Gillespie

Nockemann/Glover/ Holbrey/Swadźba-Kwaśny

Electrolytes for Na-ion batteries

Mark Gilmore

Swadźba-Kwaśny/Holbrey

Urban mining using deep eutectic solvents

John Keogh

Manyar

Production of biofuels

Peter McNeice

A. Marr/P. Marr

Base-stable and basic ionic liquids

Gareth Nelson

Holbrey/Swadźba-Kwaśny

Chemical recycling of PET

Lei Wang

Holbrey

Zwitterionic catalysis for polyester glycolysis

Farah Fazlina Yasin

Swadźba-Kwaśny

Design and development of non-corrosive ionic liquids

Darius Yeadon

Bell/Jacquemin

Interactions between ionic liquids and water

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