Eleanor briefly explains our research interests in a short video that can be found here.
Most of our research concerns nanocarbons: fullerenes and nanotubes. This covers a range of topics including very fundamental studies of the interaction of femtosecond laser pulses with complex molecules (fullerenes, polycyclic hydrocarbons); properties of isolated fulllerene molecules of relevance for astrochemistry and the synthesis and characterisation of highly porous carbon-based materials (carbon nanotube aerogels) for capturing CO2 from dilute gas streams. Click on the links above to proceed to specific areas.
Ultrafast Chemical Physics in Scotland
We form an active part of the Ultrafast Chemical Physics in Scotland research grouping, which was created to bring together experimental and theoretical researchers in Scotland to collaborate and share ideas.