Profiles of people associated with EPSRC including Fellows, Council members and EPSRC staff. Please use the filters to customise the listing on this page.
Anju Brooker is Principal Scientist at Procter & Gamble company with 25 years experience in development of surfactants, polymers, nanotechnologies and multiple assignments in product development in the Fabric and Home Care categories.
Nora de Leeuw is Professor of Computational Chemistry at the University of Leeds, where she also serves as Executive Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences. With a PhD in Computational Chemistry from the University of Bath, she has held academic appointments at Cardiff University, where she was Pro-Vice Chancellor International; University College London, where she also led an EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training; the University of Reading and Birkbeck College London, where she held an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship. Nora has been awarded a Royal Society Wolfson Merit Award, Royal Society Industry Fellowship and she is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, elected Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales and elected Member of Academia Europaea.
Raechelle D'Sa is a Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Liverpool. Her research involves the design of biomaterial interfaces for antimicrobial and tissue engineering applications.
Jeremy Frey is Professor of Physical Chemistry and head of the Computational Systems Chemistry Group at the University of Southampton.
Professor Winfried Hensinger is a Professor of Quantum Technologies at the University of Sussex where he heads the Sussex Ion Quantum Technology Group and the Sussex Centre for Quantum Technologies. Hensinger work on developing practical quantum computers and portable quantum sensors. Hensinger is also chairman and chief scientist of Universal Quantum, a full stack quantum computing company.
Sandrine Heutz is a Reader in Functional Molecular Materials at Imperial College London.
Alastair Hibbins is a Professor in Metamaterial Physics at the University of Exeter.
Ji-Seon Kim is Professor of Solid State Physics and Director of the EPSRC-funded Plastic Electronics Centre for Doctoral Training at Imperial College London.
John Leonard is an independent consultant now working to build collaborations across industry and academia. He was previously a Professor of Organic Chemistry at Salford University before working in Process Research at AstraZeneca. His main areas of expertise are: synthetic and process chemistry; catalysis; and laboratory automation and data handling.
Owen heads the Performance Materials Venture Fund for Merck.
Dr Felix Oppong has a PhD in Physics from the University of Western Ontario, Canada. His main area of expertise is the rheology of soft materials. Since 2009, he has been working as a Research Scientist at Unilever R&D, UK.
Annela Seddon is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Physics at the University of Bristol and Director of the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials.
Steve Simon is a professor of theoretical physics at the University of Oxford with interests in condensed matter, topological order, and quantum computing. Previously he was a research department head at Bell Laboratories.
Iain Thayne is Professor of Ultrafast Systems in the School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow.
Bob Tooze is Managing Director of Drochaid Research Services Ltd. Since completing a degree and PhD in Chemistry at Imperial College London, Bob has spent over 33 years in the Chemical Industry in various companies (ICI, Ineos, Sasol) and locations but always in Research. In 2017 he led the establishment of Drochaid Research Services Ltd., a contract R&D company in the fields of catalysis and materials science.
Andy Wilson carried out a PhD with Prof David Leigh FRS (Warwick) and postdoctoral research with Prof Andrew Hamilton FRS (Yale) then Profs Bert Meijer and Rint Sijbesma (Eindhoven) Andy joined University of Leeds (UoL) in 2004 and was promoted to Professor in 2012. He has wide-ranging interests within the fields of supramolecular chemical biology and materials science.
My research has evolved in the seven years since my move to academia in 2003, towards an increasing emphasis on materials discovery to complement strong programmes in development and application of neutron and X-ray diffraction.