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Robert Baker

Rob completed his MChem in Chemistry at the University of York in 2012. For his masters project he went on the Erasmus program to the University of Münster, Germany to research polymer electrolytes for lithium ion batteries. After graduating, he then entered industry for over 3 years working as a fuel cell scientist at an alkaline fuel cell start-up company before deciding to return to academia. In his spare time, he enjoys doing martial arts, learning Cantonese, playing board games and going for the occasional cycle.

  • Controllable Synthesis of Perovskite Quantum Dots Using Flow Chemistry with Professor Petra Cameron, Professor Frank Marken, Dr Laura Torrente Murciano (Cambridge) and Professor Alison Walker; International Partners: Monash University and CSIRO – PhD project
  • Clean water technologies in a more sustainable way: Membrane based ozonation reactors with Professor John Chew, Dr Jannis Wenk, Professor Davide Mattia and Professor Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern — 2nd MRes project
  • Interlayers in perovskite solar cells with Professor Petra Cameron, Dr Simon Lewis and Professor Alison Walker — 1st MRes project


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