October 2017
Kamonwad Ngamchuea wins ATS Education Award for Excellence
The Anglo-Thai Society annually recognises exceptionally talented Thai PhD students studying at UK universities across a wide range of academic disciplines. The awards are generously supported by the Royal Thai Embassy, commercial organisations and individuals. Candidates are nominated for consideration by their academic supervisors and their work is assessed by an independent panel of distinguished academics. Kamonwad Ngamchuea ('Dia'), a 3rd year D.Phil.student in the group has been announced as the winner of the award category of Science. Dia works on experimental electroanalytical chemistry; her latest paper has recent been accepted by Chemistry - A European Journal and is titled "Single oxidative collision events of silver nanoparticles: understanding the rate-determining chemistry".

October 2017
Scholarship success!
Mr Yavor Novev, 3rd year D.Phil. student in the group has been elected to a Graduate scholarship at Trinity College, Oxford. Yavor is working on theoretical and computational aspects of electrochemistry. His latest paper Natural Convection Effects in Electrochemical Systems has recently been published in Current Opinion in Electrochemistry.

October 2017
RGC lectures at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
article imagearticle imageRGC gave a well-attended public lecture at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade on Monday October 9th. The title of his talk was 'New Insights into nanoparticles' and was followed by an interview with the Serbian Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) on the nature and future of Physical Chemistry in general and of Electrochemistry in particular. The latter will be transmitted on Serbian national TV as a program in the series 'Science and Education'.

July 2017
Prolific publishing
Compton Group recognised as one the most highly prolific authors for The Journal of Physical Chemistry C:

June 2017
Kamonwad Ngamchuea Wins Prize at 2017 Great Western Meeting in Bristol
article imageKamonwad Ngamchuea won prize at the Great Western Electrochemistry meeting held at Bristol University on June 26th 2017 with a talk entitled 'Supported Microwires for Electroanalysis: Sensitive Amperometric Detection of Reduced Glutathione.'

June 2017
Professor Compton - Invited Professor at ENS, Paris
article imageRichard Compton is Invited Professor at the Ecole Normale Superior in June hosted by Professor Christian Amatore, Professor Irina Svir and Dr Alexander Oleinick. The photograph shows him with Professor Amatore.

May 2017
Stan Sokolov Wins Prize for Best Talk at SCI Electrochemistry Meeting 2017
article imageStan Sokolov won the prize for the best talk at the SCI Electrochemistry meeting held at Southampton University on May 19th 2017 with a talk entitled 'Femtomolar detection of silver nanoparticles by flow-enhanced direct-impact voltammetry at a microelectrode array.'