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Julie Macpherson

Professor Julie Macpherson

Professor Julie Macpherson

Research Fellow

Interests and expertise (Subject groups)

Grants awarded

Development and Application of Diamond Based Electrochemical Sensors

Scheme: Industry Fellowship

Organisation: University of Warwick

Dates: Oct 2014-Sep 2018

Value: £184,156

Summary: Current research focuses on the development of new electrochemical based sensors (based on diamond, nanotubes, graphene, nanoparticles) for a variety of different applications in healthcare, pharmaceutical analysis, environmental, and homeland security (often in collaboration with industry). Activities are also on-going in scanned probe techniques for nanoscale imaging of surface activity related to fuel cell catalysis, sensor activity; sensor device fabrication using lithographic techniques. The work is often coupled to microfluidic flow cell development for novel ways to deliver fluid flow in sensor device platforms and new analytical technique development for species analysis in solutions.

Scheme: University Research Fellowship

Organisation: University of Warwick

Dates: Oct 1999-Sep 2007

Value: £265,725.35

Summary: Current research focuses on the development of new electrochemical based sensors (based on diamond, nanotubes, graphene, nanoparticles) for a variety of different applications in healthcare, pharmaceutical analysis, environmental, and homeland security (often in collaboration with industry). Activities are also on-going in scanned probe techniques for nanoscale imaging of surface activity related to fuel cell catalysis, sensor activity; sensor device fabrication using lithographic techniques. The work is often coupled to microfluidic flow cell development for novel ways to deliver fluid flow in sensor device platforms and new analytical technique development for species analysis in solutions.

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