Pelin Yilmaz working on an Innovate UK project with Magda Titirici and Johnson Matthey on “ Designing Low Cost Anodes for Na-ion Batteries” won the best poster price at the UK Energy Storage Conference in Birmingham on 30th November 2016. This is a picture of the wining team after the award was ... [more]
Kathrin Preuß, a PhD student in Prof. Titirici’s group won the 3 Minute Thesis Presentations competition at the Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Research Conference held in Belfast out of a total of 12 candidates. Kathrin had the very difficult task to present the aims, outcomes and future directions of her PhD thesis ... [more]
Prof Magda Titirici was awarded the Rosenhain Medal at a gala dinner in London on the 8th November 2016. The prestigious medal and prize is awarded by the IOM3 to the most distinguished materials scientist under the age of 40 in the UK. Magda being the first QMUL employee to receive this ... [more]
Congratulations go to Kathrin Preuss from Magda Titirici’ s research group has won the prize for the best poster for her presented work entitled 'Sustainable Carbons for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Fuel Cells” at the 7th UK – Japan Symposium on Fundamental Research Advances in Carbon Nanomaterials. [more]
The launch will consist of a series of presentations about 50 mins followed by drinks and nibbles. Plus of course there will some free samples for people to evaluate!
SET for Britain Exhibition of posters by early-career research scientists, engineers and mathematicians7 March 2016
The final of the 2016 SET for BRITAIN event took place on Monday, 7th March 2016, sponsored by Stephen Metcalfe MP, Chairman of the SET for BRITAIN organising group of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee. SET for BRITAIN exists to raise the profile of Britain\\\'s early-stage researchers at Westminster by engaging ... [more]