Welcome to the Materials Research Institute
A centre of excellence providing the platform to support dynamic inter-disciplinary materials research, in collaboration with academia, research councils and industry professionals.
Queen Mary University of London has a strong tradition of materials-based research. The creation of the Materials Research Institute (MRI) brings together a range of expertise from within several Schools: Engineering and Materials, Physics and Astronomy, Biological and Chemical Sciences, and Dentistry to create a coherent interdisciplinary activity focused on five key research themes.
|Wed 23 Oct 2019|
15:00 - 16:00
|Seminar: Linking Structure and Function in Organic Energy Materials, Dr John Griffin, Lancaster University|
|Thu 31 Oct 2019|
14:00 - 15:00
|Seminar: 'Advanced neutron scattering to reveal structure-dynamics correlation in membrane technology' with Dr Fabrizia Foglia, UCL|
|Wed 6 Nov 2019|
09:00 - 18:00
|FIRED-UP - Faculty Industry Research Engagement Day, Faculty of Science and Engineering|
|Wed 4 Dec 2019|
15:00 - 16:00
|Seminar: ‘Electroactive Oxides for Smart Devices’, Dr Miguel Algueró, Institutode Cienciade Materialesde Madrid|
- Spark plasma sintering of grain-oriented Sr
2Bi 4Ti 5O 18aurivillius phase ceramics. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 6-9.
- From Waste to Wealth: From Kraft Lignin to Free-standing Supercapacitors. Carbon vol. 145, 470-480.
- Hard carbon derived from rice husk as low cost negative electrodes in Na-ion batteries. Journal of Energy Chemistry 17-22.