Are you a brilliant and highly motivated student, looking for a stimulating PhD programme fully focusing in organic synthesis? You are the right candidate for the 3.5-year fully funded PhD studentship currently available in our research group! In our research group, you will work on the development of novel visible light-driven organic radical reactions, enjoying the vibrant research environment and the state-of-the-art research facilities of the University of Nottingham. For more details go to the contacts section of this website.
Want to know more about the “behind the scenes” of our conjunctive olefination chemistry? Check out our Synpacts invited contribution on Synlett
Our Conjunctive Olefination chemistry has been highlighted in Synfacts by the Nobel Prize winner Benjamin List and co-workers! Synfacts 2022; 18(01): 0080
Matt G. and Jasper, our new udergraduate students, have recently joined us! Welcome to both!
Matt, our new joint CDT PhD student in collaboration with Prof. Mike George and Prof. Ioan Nottingher, has recently joined our group! Matt will perform mechanistic studies on photoredox reactions using transient absorption spectroscopy. Welcome Matt!
Katherine, our new PhD student, has recently joined the group! Katherine will develop novel strategies for the functionalisation of complex molecules exploiting photoredox methods. Welcome Katherine!
Congratulations to Dario who was awarded a poster presentation prize during our UoN Chemistry Postgraduate Symposium!
Subhasis has just joined the group! Subhasis will investigate the use of visible light to preform novel free radical functionalisation of complex molecules. Welcome Subhasis!
A link for applying to the post-doctoral research associate position available in our research group is now online. The early career scientists will benefit of the state-of-the-art research facilities of the GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratories and will enjoy a bright research in the development of novel visible light driven organic chemistry reactions! For more details go to the contacts section of this website.