Applicants should hold or expect to gain a minimum of a 2:1 Bachelor Degree or equivalent in Chemistry, Physics, Materials or a related subject area.
"P. Vaqueiro, G. Guélou, A. Kaltzoglou, R. I. Smith, T. Barbier, E. Guilmeau and A. V. Powell, “The influence of mobile copper ions on the glass-like thermal conductivity of copper-rich tetrahedrites”, Chem. Mater., 29, 4080 (2017).
A. V. Powell and P. Vaqueiro, “Chalcogenide thermoelectric materials”, Chapter 2 in Thermoelectric Materials and Devices, RSC Energy & Environment Series N. 17 (2016).
G. Guélou, P. Vaqueiro, J. Prado-Gonjal, T. Barbier, S. Hébert, E. Guilmeau, W. Kochlemann and A. V. Powell, “The impact of charge transfer and structural disorder on the thermoelectric properties of cobalt intercalated TiS2”, J. Mater. Chem. C, 4, 1871 (2016).
P. Vaqueiro, R. A. R. Al Orabi, S. D. N. Luu, G. Guélou, A. V. Powell, R. I. Smith, J.-P. Song, D. Wee and M. Fornari, “The role of copper in the thermal conductivity of thermoelectric oxychalcogenides: do lone pairs matter?”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 17, 31735 (2015).
G. Guélou, A.V. Powell and P. Vaqueiro, “Ball milling as an effective route for the preparation of doped bornite: synthesis, stability and thermoelectric properties”, J. Mater. Chem. C, 3, 10624 (2015).