Postdoc position – application deadline 16 January 2014

Research Associate,  Surface and Interface Analysis

Closing date : 16/01/2014

Employment type : Fixed Term

Duration : 1 year in the first instance, then another 3 years subject to review

Location : Sackville Street, Manchester

Salary : £29,837 to £36,661 per annum

Hours per week : Full-time

Follow this link for more details and the application forms

Review in Angewandte Chemie: Nucleation of Organic Crystals

Roger and Sven, together with Joop ter Horst (University of Delft), have published a review in Angewandte Chemie:

Nucleation of Organic Crystals – A Molecular Perspective
R.J. Davey, S.L.M. Schroeder & J.H. ter Horst
Angewandte Chemie – International Edition 52 (2013) 2166–2179.
DOI:10.1002/anie.201204824

German version:

Keimbildung organischer Kristalle aus molekularer Sichtweise
R.J. Davey, S.L.M. Schroeder & J.H. ter Horst
Angewandte Chemie 125 (2013) 2220–2234.
DOI:10.1002/ange.201204824

Paper accepted for Angewandte Chemie

A study demonstrating that XPS distinguishes reliably between proton transfer and H-bonding in organic systems has now been accepted for publication in Angewandte Chemie.

Crystallography Aided by Atomic Core Level Binding Energies: Proton Transfer vs. Hydrogen Bonding in Organic Crystal Structures
J.S. Stevens, S.J. Byard, C.S. Seaton, G. Sadiq, R.J. Davey, S.L.M. Schroeder
Angewandte Chemie – International Edition 50 (2011), 9916–9918.
DOI:10.1002/anie.201103981

Congratulations Vicky!

Our group member Vicky Fawcett successfully defended her PhD today and passed subject to minor corrections. The title of her thesis is Polymorphism from a Solution Perspective: Rationalisation at the Molecular Level. Congratulations Dr Fawcett!

Poster Prize for Vicky

carbamazepine moleculeVicky Fawcett has won the Rigaku Meeting Theme Prize for ‘the best poster of relevance to the overarching meeting theme’ at the 2010 Spring Meeting of the British Crystallographic Society (BCA). The title of the poster is “Polymorphism from a Solution Perspective: Rationalisation at the Molecular Level“.

Follow this link to download the poster

Paper: XPS/H-transfer/Co-crystals

Our first paper reporting the characterisation of proton transfer in co-crystals has been accepted by Crystal Growth and Design:

Characterization of Proton Transfer in Co-Crystals by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)
J.S. Stevens, S.J. Byard, S.L.M. Schroeder
Crystal Growth and Design 10 (2010), 1435–1442.

Follow this link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/cg901481q