PDRAs and Fellows
Dr Lynne Thomas, Research Fellow (2007-2013). Now Senior Research Fellow in the M4 project and still very much associated with the group
Dr Marc Schmidtmann, PDRA (2005-2010). Moved to the Cooper group in Liverpool, now in Oldenbourg, Germany, as specialist crystallographer.
Dr Javier Hernandes, PDRA (2009-2010). Funded by the Cuban National Science Foundation, returned to Cuba after is time with us.
Dr Derek Middlemiss, PDRA (2005-2008). Part of a very successful collaboration with Carole Morrison (Edinburgh), moved to Buffalo and Cambridge, with Clare Grey, now with Rob Deeth in Warwick (and again collaborting with us here in Bath)
Dr Anna Collins, PDRA (2006 and 2009), collaboration with Chris Gilmore. Now in Cambridge.
Dr Antonella Scherillo, PDRA (2007-2008), collaboration with ISIS Neutron Detector Group (Nigel Rhodes). Now instrument scientist for Ines at the ISIS neutron source, RAL.
Dr Andy Parkin, PDRA (2003-2007). Became Lecturer in Chemistry at Glasgow. Commemorated by the RSC Parkin lecture.
Dr Alan Martin (2014; went to Scaled Solutions Ltd)
Dr Andrew Jones (2013; went to Free University of Brussels, Belgium)
Dr Ioana Sovago (2013; went to University of Copenhagen)
Dr Craig Wales (2012; went to Fujifilm)
Dr Andras Kallay (2011; went to University of Miskolc, Hungary)
Dr Bryan Boyle (2011; now at Rolls-Royce)
Dr Craig Martin (2011; moved into politics)
Dr Loretta Lawton (2010; went to Exeter)
Dr Andy O'Neill (2010; went to Scientifics)
Dr Damiano Portinari (2010; went to Liverpool JMU)
Dr Duncan Sneddon (2009; went to Diamond, now at MRC Harwell)
Dr Marc Schmidtmann (2008; went to Liverpool, now at Univ of Oldenbourg)
Dr Martin Adam (2008; now at National Nuclear Laboratory)
Dr Susie Buttar (nee Harte) (2006; now at Pharmorphix, Cambridge)
Dr Lynne Thomas (Cantab, 2006)
Dr Cara Nygren (UT Knoxville, 2005)
Pilar Rodriguez-Ortega (Visiting SPhD tudent from Jaen, Spain; 2012-2013)
Undergraduate Project Students
University of Glasgow: Mark Facchini (2005), Aisha Waseem (2006), Loretta Lawton (2006; re-joined group for PhD), Bobby McTaggart (2007), Gavin Craig (2008; went to PhD in Barcelona), Emma Ferrie (2008), Lesley Anne Clive (2009), Lucy Gilchrist (2009), Alan Martin (2009; re-joined group for PhD), James Smith (2009), Kieron Begley (2010), Elaine Cheung (2010), Lynsey Currie (2010)
University of Bath: Alex Paschke (2011), Lucy Saunders (2011; re-joined group for PhD), Kate Wittering (2011; re-joined group for PhD), Ollie Halmkin (2012), Hayleigh Lloyd (2012; went to PhD in Edinburgh), Savinder Singh Sandhu (2012), Lee Wilson (2012), Lauren Agnew (2013; re-joined group for PhD), Rebecca Coote (2013; joint with Frank Marken), Josh King (2013), Jess Webster (2013), Alex Cousen (2014; re-joined group for PhD), Sam Candy
Undergraduate Placement, Summer and Erasmus Students
Caitlin Newlands (2006), Gavin Craig (2008; went to PhD in Barcelona), Jennifer Kennedy (2008, 2010; went to PhD in Glasgow), Lynsey Currie (2008-2009), Samantha Melrose (2008-2009), Derek Connor (2009), Sylvain Denis (2009), Niall MacLean (2009-2010), Sam Alexander (2010), Sarah Benoit (2010), Dan Scott (2014)
Group Leader Chick Wilson features in a University Impact Video
Anneke Klapwijk presneted some of our recent work at the CMAC Annual Open Day
Chick has recently presented our work in hydrogen bonding, crystal engineering, functional materials design, self-assembly and crystallisation at a Conference celebrating 50 years of the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC).
He has also recently delivered a Sicnce Cafe in Bath on "Mysterious cases osf Misbehaving Moleciles", and a public talk on "Disaster Prevention in the Molecular World" at the Pint of Science festival.
Dr Karen Robertson recently presented her development work on the KRAIC crystalliser at the BACG Annual meeting.
Anneke Klapwijk and L:auren Agew won their respective "best year presentation" prizes at the CMAC Summer School held in Crieff, Perthshire
Lucy Saunders gave a talk at the BCA Young Crystallographers' Meeting in York, on her functional molecular materials developments
We will be populating this new Group Web-site over the next few weeks. Check back to see what we are up to!