1. Khadka, D., Shirai, Y., Yanagida, M., Ryan, J., Miyano, K. Exploring the effects of interfacial carrier transport layers on device performance and optoelectronic properties of planar perovskite solar cells Journal of Materials Chemistry C 5 34 8819 8827
  2. Nolasco, J., Ryan, J., Rodríguez, M., Castro-Carranza, A., Maldonado, J., Ramos-Ortiz, G., Barbosa-Garcia, O., Gutowski, J., Palomares, E., Parisi, J. Organoboron donor-π-acceptor chromophores for small-molecule organic solar cells Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 29 19 16410 16415
  3. Fernandez, D., Viterisi, A., Challuri, V., Ryan, J., Martinez-Ferrero, E., Gispert-Guirado, F., Martinez, M., Escudero, E., Stenta, C., Marsal, L., Palomares, E. Understanding the Limiting Factors of Solvent-Annealed Small-Molecule Bulk-Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells from a Chemical Perspective ChemSusChem 10 15 3118 3134
  4. Wang, S., Ryan, J., Singh, A., Beirne, J., Palomares, E., Redmond, G. Encapsulation of MEH-PPV:PCBM Hybrids in the Cores of Block Copolymer Micellar Assemblies: Photoinduced Electron Transfer in a Nanoscale Donor–Acceptor System Langmuir 32 1 329 337
  5. Malgras, V., Tominaka, S., Ryan, J., Henzie, J., Takei, T., Ohara, K., Yamauchi, Y. Observation of Quantum Confinement in Monodisperse Methylammonium Lead Halide Perovskite Nanocrystals Embedded in Mesoporous Silica Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 42 13874 13881

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  • CH-127 Chemical Practice

    This module will introduce students to the three broad employment areas for chemistry: research, teaching or industrial positions. The lecture portion will cover fundamental aspects of being a professional chemist including safety, report writing, project management, and teaching skills. Students will then spend 60 hours with research faculty, on an industrial field trip or serving as a teacher's aide. Assessment will be by coursework and a written report.

  • CH-237 Further Physical Chemistry

    This module will advance students¿ studies in Physical Chemistry, exploring the further interpretation of chemical thermodynamics and applying this to surfaces and electrochemical processes. The module will build on existing understanding, further developing mathematical skills to explore the material covered in this module. In the laboratory students will undertake more advanced investigative experiments to explore the physical concepts. The module will be assessed by coursework (laboratory experiments, presentations and assessed workshops) and by examination. Material, techniques and skills covered in the course of this module will build on and therefore require understanding of all prior modules.

  • CH-342 Advanced Topics in Physical, Instrumental and Analytical Chemistry

    This module completes the core aspects of Physical Chemistry for the undergraduate programme, applying existing understanding of thermodynamics and quantum mechanics to connect the quantum world with the observable world in Statistical Mechanics and relating quantum understanding to the application of light in chemical reactions. Laboratory experiments will be fully investigative, with students carrying out advanced `mini projects¿ to initiate and guide students in elementary research skills in preparation for their research projects. Material, techniques and skills covered in the course of this module will require understanding of prior modules.


  • Graphene based electronic sensors for gas and VOC detection«br /»«br /» (current)

    Other supervisor: Prof David Penney
    Other supervisor: Prof Owen Guy