Welcome to the Mass Spectrometry & Instrumentation Group

Our research focuses on the design, implementation and optimisation of analytical instrumentation. We have considerable experience developing portable mass spectrometer systems and novel analytical methods for environmental, security and medical applications. Our expertise covers modelling, design, simulation and fabrication of all major aspects of mass spectrometer systems: ion source, mass analyser, ion optics, ion detection, vacuum system and control electronics.

 

Latest News

2019

14/09/2019
PhD students David Perez and Kieran Collings head out to Barcelona for the 4th INTERNATIONAL MASS SPECTROMETRY SCHOOL (IMSS).

 

04/06/2019
Monrawat Rauytanapanit from Chulalongkorn University (Prof. T. Praneenararat) has been successful in securing funding to come and visit our labs as a visiting PhD student for 6 months. Her research relates to Paper Spray Mass spectrometry and she will work under the supervision of Dr. Simon Maher. We look forward to welcoming her to Liverpool.

02/06/2019
PhD student Barry Smith is heading out to ASMS presenting some of our latest research and also visiting the labs of Distinguished Professor Graham Cooks (Aston labs, Purdue).

2018

01/10/2018
Kieran Collings joins as a PhD student under the supervision of Dr Simon Maher.