Welcome to the Mass Spectrometry Group

Our work focuses on implementation and optimisation of portable mass spectrometer systems for environmental, security, medical and other applications.

Research Highlights

Portable linear ion trap mass spectrometer for artificial sniffing

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Low-cost polymer based quadrupole and linear ion trap mass analysers

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Membrane inlet mass spectrometer for oil-in-water monitoring

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Simulation software for quadrupole mass filters and linear ion traps

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Latest News


Current Vacancies PhD Studentship "Development of a Portable Mass Spectrometer for accurate carbon isotope measurement" is now available in our group. Click Here

Henry B. Hass Distinguished Professor Graham Cooks from Purdue University visits our group and delivers a seminar on the "Grand Challenges in Mass Spectrometry".

We have five posters being presented at the 64th ASMS Annual Conference, TX, USA.

Congratulations to Fred Jjunju who has successfully defended his thesis subject to minor corrections. His examiners were Em Prof John Todd (external) and Dr Thiyagalingam Jeyarajan (internal).

Congratulations to Barry Smith who has been awarded a fully funded PhD scholarship by the Risk Institute. Supervisors: Simon Maher and Iain Young.