People

Matthias

Matthias Vandichel

Group Leader

Matthias obtained his PhD at Ghent University in 2012. He enjoyed postdoctoral periods in Ghent University (2013-2015), IRCELYON (2015-2016), Chalmers (2016-2018) and Aalto University (2018-2019). Since Oct 2019, he is active as a lecturer (assistant professor) at the University of Limerick.

His main research interests are: computational materials and catalysis research, porous materials and inorganic interfaces.

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Sousa Javannikkhah

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Career-FIT PLUS Research Fellow (01/10/2021 - )

Sousa is developing methodologies to describe hormone delivery vesicles.

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Ryan Lacdao Arevalo

Marie Skłodowska-Curie PROCESS COFUND Research Fellow (01/10/2021 - )

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Postdoctoral Researcher (01/03/2021 - 30/09/2021)

For HERMES, Ryan is developing methodologies to describe electrochemical reactions in/on metal-hydrides and other systems. His project is in collaboration with 6 other partners in Europe (H2020-FETproactive HERMES).

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Postdoctoral Researcher (01/10/2021 - )

XXX developing methodologies to study a variety of electro and photo-electrochemical reactions.

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Amin Koochaki

Researcher

Amin is developing methods to describe gas sorption and separation within flexible porous materials. This project is in collaboration with Prof. Zaworotko’s group and is supported by the SFI-centre AMBER.

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Pedram Vousoughi

EPS-IRC PhD student

Pedram is developing methods to describe corrosion phenomena.

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Apinya Ngoipala

IRC-PhD student

Apinya is developing methodologies to describe electrochemical reactions in metal-hydrides and other systems. Her IRC-project is related to the H2020-FETproactive HERMES project.

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Lipin

PhD student

Lipin is developing methodologies to describe electrochemical reactions on metal-hydrides and other systems. His project is in collaboration with 6 other partners in Europe (H2020-FETproactive HERMES).

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Ciara O'Sullivan

PhD student

Ciara is developing multiscale modelling tools to design dendritic polymer-based platforms for theranostic applications, including but not limited to chemotherapeutic theranostics, biotherapeutic theranostics, phototherapeutic theranostics, and combined therapeutic theranostics.