Dr Felix Plasser
Felix completed his PhD in 2012 in Vienna with Prof. Hans Lischka. Subsequently, he spent two years in Heidelberg with Prof. Andreas Dreuw. He returned to Vienna in 2015 for his second postdoc with Prof. Leticia González. In 2018 he was appointed as Lecturer in Physical and Computational Chemistry at Loughborough University.
Patrick obtained his MChem with 1st class honours from the University of Sheffield in June 2019. His masters project, supervised by Dr Natalia Martsinovich, aimed to elucidate the molecular structure of the self-assembled network of hexaaminotriphenylene (HATP) on the Ag(111) surface using density functional theory calculations.
Project: Unravelling the electronic structure properties of functional molecules.
Hamid obtained a Bachelors degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Benghazi, Benghazi, Libya in 2012, where he was then appointed as a teaching assistant in the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry in 2013 and worked there until he was awarded the Chevening Scholarship from the UK government in 2019 to take his Masters degree at Loughborough University
Project: Computational modelling of the synthesis of the antibiotic basidalin.
Xinyi Wang MSc
Project: Modelling of anion binding to Europium complexes.
Kathryn M. Stell MChem
Project: Computational investigation of the electronic structure of aggregation induced emitters.
Lewis E. Freeman MChem
Project: Photodynamics simulations of nucleobase analogues.
Rhys Francis MSc
Joint Masters’ supervision with Dr. Stephen Butler
Dr Maximillian F. S. J. Menger
Supervisors: Prof. B. Mennucci (Pisa), Prof. L. González (Vienna)
Dr Stefanie A. Mewes
Supervisor: Prof. A. Dreuw (Heidelberg)