Dr James Storey
Phone: 04 463 0088
Robinson Research Institute
PO Box 31310
Dr James Storey is a Scientist at the Robinson Research Institute (VUW) based at Callaghan Innovation, Lower Hutt. James completed his PhD in Physics at VUW in 2007 on the electronic structure and thermodynamic properties of high-temperature superconductors (HTS). In 2008 he moved to the U.K. to undertake postdoctoral research in the Quantum Matter Group at the University of Cambridge, specialising in high-resolution differential electronic specific heat measurements on the then newly-discovered iron-based HTS. He returned to N.Z. in 2011 as a MacDiarmid Institute post-doc before accepting his present position in 2014.
James has dedicated his research career towards pursuing a fundamental understanding of high-temperature superconductors in terms of their electronic structures, through the measurement and computational modelling of their thermodynamic and transport properties. More recently he has also been developing software for analysing scanning electron microscope images, and performing finite-element modelling of superconducting rotating machines.
The MacDiarmid Institute currently supports 13 Post Doctoral Fellowships, allowing early career scientists to focus on developing their research with the support and collaboration of some of the top researchers in New Zealand. Three of these Post Doctoral Fellows are profiled here. Suresh Narayanaswamy IRL, Gracefield, Wellington (email@example.com) PhD in Shock wave research 2002 […]