David Romero-Perez, Dr Simon Maher and Dr Fred Jjunju are heading out to ASMS presenting some of their latest research.
Dr Simon Maher is delivering an address at “Advancing Food Security with Sensors and Analytical Instrumentation Workshop”, Bangkok, Thailand.
As part of British Science week, Dr Maher will be showcasing the wonders of ion optics: demonstrations include evacuated glass tube mass spectrometry and portable ion mobility.
We have been awarded a fully-funded PhD studentship (4 years), please get in touch (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
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, TX.
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 been awarded a fully funded PhD scholarship by the Risk Institute. Supervisors: Simon Maher and Iain Young.
Simon Maher becomes a lecturer (assistant professor) in our group.
Stamatios Giannoukos starts working as a research associate.
Boris Brkic moves to Q Technologies as a principal project manager.
Stamatios Giannoukos defends his PhD thesis. His examiners were Prof Guido Verbeck (external) and Prof Alan Marshall (internal).
David McIntosh joins our group as a new PhD student.
Dominika Strzelecka joins our group as an Erasmus visiting student.
Stamatios Giannoukos wins prestigious award from the Journal of Mass Spectrometry and gets invited to present his work at the IMSC Conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
Stamatios Giannoukos wins Richard A. Schaeffer Memorial Fund Award.
Our group has hosted a major progress meeting for the FP7 SNIFFLES project together with Wagtail and Q-Technologies.
Simon Maher defends his PhD thesis and starts working as a Research Associate.
Prof Steve Taylor has been awarded a DSc by Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.
Chipo Nyambuya from the British Consulate General in Chicago visits our group.
Anyin Li from Purdue University visits our group.
Mariya Juno joins our group as a new PhD student.
We have received funding for the FP7 AquaMMS project.
Annual PhD presentations were given by Simon Maher and Stamatios Giannoukos.
Sarfaraz Syed moves to the AMOLF Institute.
We have been awarded a Knowledge Exchange Voucher grant from the University of Liverpool.
We have been awarded a Research Support Grant from British Mass Spectrometry Society for implementation of a spark gap ion source.
Annual PhD presentations were given by Stamatis Giannoukos and Simon Maher.
Sarfaraz Syed starts working as a Research Associate in our Group.
Half-Day Meeting on Mass Spectrometry, Suface Tomography and Sensing was hosted by our Group. Event was organised by IET and IOP, and chaired by Dr Andrew Tickle from Coventry University.
Farnoush Salarzaei defends her PhD thesis. Her examiners were Em Prof John Todd (external) and Dr John Marsland (internal).
Tom Hogan defends his PhD thesis. His examiners were Prof Tony Stace FRS (external) and Dr Jason Ralph (internal).
Sarfaraz Syed defends his PhD thesis. His examiners were Dr Ron Reid (external) and Prof Yi Huang (internal).
Stamatios Giannoukos joins our group as a new PhD student.
Sarfaraz Syed submits his PhD thesis.
Farnoush Salarzaei submits her PhD thesis.
Tom Hogan submits his PhD thesis.
Dr Steve Taylor, the Head of the Group, has been appointed as Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science.
Jeyan Sreekumar starts working as a KTP Associate with Advanced Sensors Ltd.
PhD Studentship in portable ion trap mass spectrometry is now available in our group. Applicants are sought with a background in mass spectrometry/analytical chemistry. Deadline for applications is 15 October 2011.
Our latest Analytical Chemistry paper is highlighted in Chemical & Engineering News.
Funding has been approved for the FP7 SNIFFLES project.
Farnoush Salarzaei starts working at Waters.
DSM R&D Solutions have funded a joint project to take forward the miniature ion trap development.
We have received the KTP grant for the joint oil-in-water project with Advanced Sensors Ltd.
We have submitted KTP funding application for the collaborative project with Advanced Sensors Ltd.
Simon Maher joins our group as a new PhD student.
Jeyan Sreekumar defends his PhD thesis. His examiners were Em Prof John Todd (external) and Dr John Marsland (internal).
We have submitted FP7 funding application for the collaborative SNIFFLES project.
Funding for the ion trap project has been extended after obtaining crude mass spectra from our linear ion trap.
Jeyan Sreekumar has submitted his PhD thesis.
We have received funding for our new PhD student: Simon Maher.
Alexandre Djossou completes his MSc project and returns to University of Provence.