We are now accepting applications for a fully funded 3-year PhD studentship in our group on the Elucidating the Role of Chemical Disorder in Quantum Materials to begin in October 2019. See here for further […]
2019 begin with some exciting news for the group with a publication in Nature Physics on Lucy’s recent work on the two-dimensional spin liquid behaviour in the rare-earth magnet, TbInO3. The study – which involved […]
This month has been a busy and exciting start to the new academic year. After his arrival in the group, Aly joined Kate and Lucy on their first high-pressure neutron scattering experiment on the PEARL […]
This week we welcome Aly Abdeldaim to the group as a new PhD student. Aly joins us from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden to take up his ISIS PhD Facility Development Studentship.
This week, Kate and Lucy travelled to UC Davis to attend HFM 2018. While there, Kate gave a poster on her latest results on inorganic and organic-inorganic hybrid quantum kagome antiferromagnets, including new data from […]
Kate attended the ISIS Neutron Training Course this month, which is a 10-day course that enables PhD students to gain hands-on experience using the instruments at ISIS, alongside complementary lectures. As part of the physics […]
This Semester, we are joined by Brendan Ward-O’Brien, a 3rd-year MChem student who will work with us on his CHEM366 research project. Brendan’s research aims to explore the feasibility and effect of chemical doping in […]