Nakul is a 1st year Ph.D. student working on the design of novel algorithms for the discovery of new MOFs. He is generously supported by the Cambridge International Scholarship & the Trinity-Henry Barlow Scholarship (Honorary). To know more about him, feel free to visit: www.nakulrampal.com
New synergies between magnetic hyperthermia and drug delivery for cancer therapy. Funded by the Cambridge Cancer Centre (CRUK), this project looks at the incorporation of magnetically heatable nanoparticles into porous metal-organic frameworks for triggerable therapeutic release.
I am a 3rd year PhD student working on the computational study of porous materials for gas adsorption and storage applications. Moreover, I employ molecular-level simulations and other computational tools to help understand the particular behaviour of some materials and for the rational design of materials. Prior to starting my PhD, I obtained the MSc in Advanced Chemical Engineering course at Imperial College London. In my free time, I enjoy reading, sports, and arts.