She completed her PhD in Barcelona in 2019 with special interest in developing synthetic pathways for scale-up production of metal–organic frameworks in green conditions. Her current work mainly focuses on large scale synthesis of monolithic metal-organic frameworks in collaboration with Immaterials Lab.
Robin completed his PhD in South Korea, mainly focused on the structural investigation of MOFs that enhance the CO2 fixation reactions. His current work is mainly focused on the scale-up synthesis of monolithic metal organic framewroks in collaboration with the Immaterials Lab.
David completed his PhD in Ireland in 2015 focusing on the use of porous materials for gas separations and carbon capture. David's research will focus upon the scale-up and applications of monolithic metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) in chemical purification's, storage and catalysis.
Elena obtained her PhD in 2019 in Seville focusing on the use of FLP analogy on organometallic compounds to evaluate the cooperative metal-ligand effect. Her current research focuses on the use of MOF for the development of hybrid, light-harvesting materials to boost chemical reactions.
My main responsibilities include cell-culture. I have just recently moved to Cambridge from Reading, where I worked for VWR International. I have a degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology, from The University of Sheffield, where I gained experience in working with human cell lines. I grew up in Norwich, I am a football fan and supporter of Norwich City Football Club. I enjoy attending games when possible.