Associate Professor Aaron Marshall
Aaron’s research is based around electrochemical energy technologies. This includes the development of materials for large scale batteries, hydrogen generation, and the electrochemical conversion of CO2 into fuels. Typically, the goal of his research is to enhance the rate of the relevant electrochemical reactions used in these technologies by developing electrode materials with high catalytic performance.
12 of our Investigators were successful in MBIE 2016 Endeavour Round.
MacDiarmid Investigators are involved in both ‘Smart Ideas’ and ‘Research Programmes’.
Penny Brothers was appointed an AI in February 2012. She was born and grew up in Auckland, New Zealand, and completed BSc and MSc(Hons) degrees in chemistry at the University of Auckland. In 1979 she was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship and set off for Stanford University to begin a PhD in chemistry under the supervision of […]