Matthew Surman graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2016 with an MChem in Biological and Medicinal Chemistry; both his EPSRC funded summer project and final year project under Dr Joseph Wright investigated light stimulated carbon monoxide release from photoCORMs. He spent the nights of his undergraduate degree praying to the Gods of Chemistry for crystal structures of his compounds, but the Gods never answered. Matthew’s favourite hobbies include drumming and going to the gym, he also enjoys cycling and brushing his hair.
- Metal Oxide Photoelectrode Materials for Water Splitting with Dr Andrew Johnson and Professor Michael Hill; Industrial Partner: Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin – PhD project
- New Materials for Photovoltaics with Dr Andrew Johnson, Professor Petra Cameron and Dr Enrico Da Como — 2nd MRes project
- The Having it All project: Using Miscanthus to remediate toxic degraded landscapes and produce biofuels with Dr Chris Chuck and Dr Marcelle McManus — 1st MRes project