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Prof Matthew Rosseinsky FRS

Professor Chemistry


Research Group Membership
Research Grants
  • Data-Driven Discovery of New Sorbents and Catalysts
  • New materials for photocatalytic water decontamination
  • Leverhulme Research Centre for Functional Materials Design
  • Dynamic responsive porous crystals - Dynapore
  • An in-situ LEIS facility for atomic-scale assembly manufacturing research
  • Multimodal preclinical imaging probes to evaluate the safety and efficacy of regenerative medicine therapies
  • Flexible Routes to Liquid Fuels from CO2 by Advanced Catalysis and Engineering
  • Integration of Computation and Experiment for Accelerated Materials Discovery
  • KEL 09/22 - Demonstration devices from new intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cell cathodes
  • Frustration, orbital degeneracy, new insulating states and correlation enhancement in superconducting fullerides.
  • The Chemical Control of Superconductivity in Boride and Borocarbide Systems
  • Resilient large unit cell inorganic materials (RLUCIM)
  • New microwave dielectric oxides designed by vacancy ordering in hexagonal perovskites.
  • Conferring bio-inspired guest response on nanoporous synthetic materials.
  • Molecular Frameworks - Chirality and Sorption.
  • KEL09/04 - Manufacturing process for SrHfTiO3 high-k dielectric
  • Functionalised advanced materials engineering of hybrids and ceramics (FAME).
  • Chemistry of the first homochiral microporous solids.
  • Experiment ILL 5-31-1164.
  • An Interdisciplinary Network on Perovskite Oxides.
  • Ternery oxynitrides.
  • Unit-cell level assembly of complex oxides - developing a new synthetic method for oxide chemistry.
  • In situ measurement of cation ordering in commercial electroceramics.
  • KEL09/05 - Atomic layer deposition processes for treating nanostructured materials
  • Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry
  • Transition metal oxide hydrides - a new class of electronically active extended solid.
  • In vivo imaging technologies to assess the efficacy and safety of RMTs
  • Nanomaterials for clean fuels
  • PLATFORM: Liverpool Materials Chemistry Group (LMCG).
  • Complex Oxides by Design.
  • A new low-temperature route to vacancy-ordered low oxidation state oxides.
  • KEL09/13 - Molecular design and chemoinformatics: A combined approach to novel molecules
  • Anchoring of metal-organic frameworks, MOFs to surfaces (SURMOF)
  • Green catalyst preparation.
  • Sorption and reactivity in flexible amino acid-based nanoporous materials
  • Neutron diffraction and inorganic materials discovery.
  • Chemical Synthesis of Transformative Extended Materials
  • Targeted Creation of Function in Materials by Chemical Synthesis
  • Acquisition of single crystal diffractometer with CCD detector.
  • New fullerides - powder diffraction studies of structure and bonding.
  • Atomic-scale structure and processing of commercial dielectric ceramics.
  • Impact Acceleration Account - University of Liverpool 2012
  • Regenerative Medicine Platform in Stem Cell Safety Science
  • Spin and orbital physics: Research of advanced new oxides (SOPRANO)
  • An Integrated Centre for Molecular Materials Chemistry and Processing in the North West.
  • Superconductivity and magnetism at and above 38K in molecular materials
  • Ultrastable targeted multifunctional hybrid nanomaterials for long-term stem cell tracking
  • Spin, Charge and Orbital Ordering in Complex Transition Metal Oxides: An Integrated Synthesis and Measurement Approach (SCOOTMO).
  • Royal Society Wolfson Merit Award.
  • New Directions in Molecular Superconductivity
  • PhotoCatMOF - Dye-Sensitized Metal-Organic Frameworks for Photocatalytic Water Splitting
  • Modern Elemental Analysis Facilities at Liverpool.
  • A Multidisciplinary SQUID Magnetometer.
  • Approaches to the coupling of dilute spins in oxides
  • Catalytic Routes to Intermediates for Sustainable Processes
  • Novel oxides with specific magnetic/transport properties (NOVELOX).
  • Complex Materials Discovery Portfolio Partnership.
  • Adaptable Porous Materials
  • Improved Processes and Materials for Energy Saving Glazing

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