Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Mathematical framework for predicting the thermal behaviour of spectrally selective coatings within an industrial near-infrared furnace. European Journal of Computational Mechanics 25(3), 294-308.
  2. & Rapid Processing and Scanning Electrochemical Techniques Applied to Sintered Nickel Electrodes of Varying Thickness and Rate Capability. ECS Transactions 64(18), 1-12.
  3. Daniel Bryant, Ian Mabbett, Peter Greenwood, Trystan Watson, Maarten Wijdekop, David Worsley Ultrafast near-infrared curing of PEDOT:PSS. Organic Electronics 15(6), 1126-1130.
  4. Ian Mabbett, Jon Elvins, Catherine Gowenlock, Carol Glover, Paul Jones, Geraint Williams, David Worsley Addition of carbon black NIR absorber to galvanised steel primer systems: Influence on NIR cure of polyester melamine topcoats and corrosion protection characteristics. Progress in Organic Coatings 77(2), 494-501.
  5. Cathren E. Gowenlock, Ian Mabbett, David A. Worsley Optimization of near infrared cured polyester/melamine coil coatings by the use of near infrared absorbing primers. GSTF Journal of Engineering Technology 2(2)
  6. Mabbett, I., Elvins, J., Gowenlock, C., Jones, P., Worsley, D. Effects of highly absorbing pigments on near infrared cured polyester/melamine coil coatings. Progress in Organic Coatings 76(9), 1184-1190.
  7. Matthew J. Carnie, Cecile Charbonneau, Matthew Davies, Ian Mabbett, Trystan Watson, David Worsley TiO2 Film Morphology, Electron Transport and Electron Lifetime in Ultra-fast Sintered Dye-sensitized Solar Cells. MRS Proceedings 1493
  8. Carnie, M.J., Charbonneau, C., Barnes, P.R.F., Davies, M.L., Mabbett, I., Watson, T.M., O'Regan, B.C., Worsley, D.A. Ultra-fast sintered TiO2films in dye-sensitized solar cells: phase variation, electron transport and recombination. J. Mater. Chem. A 1(6), 2225-2230.
  9. Mabbett, I., Glover, C.F., Malone, J.H., Worsley, D.A. Comparison of Pocket Plate and Sintered Plate Ni Electrodes Used in Energy Storage Technologies for PV Back Up Applications. ECS Transactions 50(45), 25-35.
  10. Mabbett, I., Geary, S., Warren, D.J., Sullivan, J.H., Penney, D., Watson, T.M., Worsley, D.A. Near Infrared Heat Treatment to Flow Melt Tinplate. ECS Transactions 50(37), 155-164.
  11. & Addressing Bottlenecks in Dye-sensitized Solar Cell Manufacture Using Rapid Near-infrared Heat Treatments. MRS Proceedings 1447
  12. Watson, T., Mabbett, I., Wang, H., Peter, L., Worsley, D. Ultrafast near infrared sintering of TiO2 layers on metal substrates for dye-sensitized solar cells. Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 19(4), 482-486.
  13. Cherrington, M., Claypole, T.C., Deganello, D., Mabbett, I., Watson, T., Worsley, D. Ultrafast near-infrared sintering of a slot-die coated nano-silver conducting ink. Journal of Materials Chemistry 21(21), 7562
  14. Watson, T.M. Ultrafast TiO 2 sintering of metal mounted dye-sensitized solar cells. ECS Transactions 33
  15. Mathew W. C. Robinson, Kathryn S. Pillinger, Ian Mabbett, David A. Timms, Andrew E. Graham ChemInform Abstract: Copper(II) Tetrafluoroborate Promoted Meinwald Rearrangement Reactions of Epoxides.. ChemInform 42(7), no-no.
  16. Robinson, M.W.C. Copper(II) tetrafluroborate-promoted Meinwald rearrangement reactions of epoxides. Tetrahedron 66(43), 8377-8382.
  17. Robinson, M.W.C. Synthesis of nanoporous aluminosilicate materials and their application as highly selective heterogeneous catalysts for the synthesis of β-amino alcohols. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 329(1-2), 57-63.
  18. Mathew W. C. Robinson, A. Matthew Davies, Richard Buckle, Ian Mabbett, Stuart H. Taylor, Andrew E. Graham ChemInform Abstract: Epoxide Ring-Opening and Meinwald Rearrangement Reactions of Epoxides Catalyzed by Mesoporous Aluminosilicates.. ChemInform 40(45)
  19. Robinson, M.W.C., Davies, A.M., Buckle, R., Mabbett, I., Taylor, S.H., Graham, A.E. Epoxide ring-opening and Meinwald rearrangement reactions of epoxides catalyzed by mesoporous aluminosilicates. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 7(12), 2559
  20. Robinson, M.W.C. Synthesis and catalytic activity of nanoporous aluminosilicate materials. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 314(1-2), 10-14.
  21. Robinson, M.W.C. Mesoporous aluminosilicate promoted alcoholysis of epoxides. Tetrahedron Letters 48(27), 4723-4725.

Book Chapters

  1. Applying a Coherent Academy Training Structure to Vertically Integrate Learning, Teaching and Personal Development in Materials Science and Engineering. In Materials Science and Engineering: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. (pp. 1484-1503).
  2. Handbook of Research on Recent Developments in Materials Science and Corrosion Engineering Education. In Applying a Coherent Academy Training Structure to Vertically Integrate Learning, Teaching and Personal Development in Materials Science and Engineering. (pp. 82-99).

Conference Contributions

  1. & (2018). A liquid tangible display for mobile colour mixing. , 1-7. Barcelona, Spain: MobileHCIHuman Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. doi:10.1145/3229434.3229461
  2. & (2017). Sustainable Solar Energy Storage for Rural Africa. , 177-186. doi:10.18690/978-961-286-052-3.18
  3. & (2015). The scanning vibrating electrode technique for the study of hydrogen evolution from an iron electrode. Presented at ECS Transactions,(19), 73-81. doi:10.1149/06418.0001ecst
  4. (2013). Electrochemical and Optoelectronic Analysis of Charge Transport Recombination and electron lifetime in ultra-fast sintered TiO2 films for dye-sensitized solar cells..
  5. (2013). The use of NIR absorbing primers to optimize the NIR cure of polyester coil coatings. doi:10.5176/2251-1857_M312.19
  6. (2011). Rapid processing technologies for dye-sensitised solar cells..
  7. Watson, T., Mabbett, I., Worsley, D. (2010). The use of near infra red as a rapid heat treatment process in the manufacture of metal-based dye-sensitized solar cells. Presented at Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings,

Other Research Outputs

  1. METHOD FOR THE MANUFACTURING OF A PHOTOVOLTAIC DEVICE.