Kamonwad Ngamchuea and Stan Sokolov win prizes for talks at the Great Western Electrochemistry Meeting
D.Phil. students Kamonwad Ngamchuea (1nd year), Stan Sokolov (2st year) and Tom Bartlett (3nd year who won the prize last year) presented talks at the Great Western Meeting on June 27th held at Bath University. Kamonwad won the first prize for her talk on 'Handheld Electrochemical Device for the Determination of the Strength of Garlic' whilst Stan won the second prize for his talk on 'Reversible or not? Distinguishing agglomeration and aggregation at the nanoscale'.
PACCON 2016: Kamonwad Ngamchuea wins Poster Prize
First year D.Phil student Ms Kamonwad Ngamchuea('Dia') and RGC attended the 2016 Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference in Bangkok, Thailand from February 9-11. Dia won a prize for her poster entitled 'In situ detection of particle aggregation on electrode surfaces'. RGC presented a plenary lecture on 'Nano-impacts - new insights into nanoparticles'.
RGC NAMED AS 'ISI HIGHLY CITED RESEARCHER'