Are you interested in joining a multidisciplinary research group in one of the UK’s leading chemistry departments (in the very vibrant city Bristol – see this incredible video!) to do a PhD, or a one-year Masters by Research? A number of possibilities exist in exciting project areas, including:
- CO2 capture and storage,
- functional electroactive materials for use in novel LC’s, 3D printing and energy storage applications
- novel complex hierarchical materials
If you are interested in any of these areas, please see our “Positions” page for details on how to apply.
Long-standing collaborators, Prof Olli Ikkala and Dr Nikolay Houbenov from the Molecular Materials Group at Aalto University (Helsinki, Finland), visited the FRG on Thursday and Friday. In order to welcome them, and all the new arrivals in the Faul and Hall groups, we went to the White Bear!
Olli ended his visit on Friday afternoon with a stimulating presentation in the Centre for NSQI.
With the arrival of the new academic year, lots of new students have joined the Faul Research group! Here our first attempt at a group photo – to be updated soon!
Welcome to undergraduate project students Jade, Julia, James and Henry !
James and Piotr, both BCFN-funded students, presented at the BCFN’s annual student conference. As a senior PhD student in the current BCFN student cohorts, James gave an (excellent!) talk. Piotr presented a poster on his latest results!
A great day with some very exciting science!
Yaozu gave an excellent talk on some of his recent results at the first mini-symposium on the I&M Chemistry section programme for the new academic year! Here Yaozu is thinking hard before answering a question!
He was joined by Jess Gwyther (postdoc from the Manners group), before the main speaker of the day, prof Michael Morris, University of Cork, Ireland.
In this busy time of the year, and many new students arriving in Bristol, the FRG helped out at BISC, a local charity that helps to welcome international students. As in previous years, a team led by “Chef Charl” cooked Welcome Meals for international students. Sadly Angel and Dicker had left by the time this photo was taken:
We broke the record set last year, and prepared and served more than 140 meals on Tuesday evening! Well done!
The first of the new Faul Research Group members have arrived! Esther (from Keele, MRes) and Liam (from Warwick, PhD jointly with Ian Manners) have arrived over the weekend, and are now settling in! Welcome to Bristol!