News: Honours projects - Chemistry
Honours project: Develop a more predictive approach to controlling organic electronic device performance, in particular by exploiting molecular anisotropy to manipulate the structure of organic semiconductor interfaces.
Honours project: Develop a general theoretical understanding of the fluid and membrane parameters that control membrane transport processes and to investigate deviations from continuum hydrodynamics predictions due to molecular effects, which could potentially be harnessed to optimise these processes.
Honours project: Explore the new field of biomimetic mineralisation, and its potential for application to areas including industrial biocatalysis and biotechnology.
Honours project: Investigate metal clusters in this chemistry honours project.
Honours project: Develop techniques to determine the geometric and electronic structure of size-specific clusters (e.g. Au9) deposited onto semiconductors surfaces (e.g. TiO2) and test their performance for photocatalytic water-spitting (H2 production) and CO2 reduction (hydrocarbon formation).
Honours project: Explore the use of metal-organic cages as building blocks for the synthesis of advanced porous networks.
Honours project: Investigate new metal-organic frameworks for biomacromolecule encapsulation and protection