Three new PhD students have joined the TuttleLab in 2019. Alex van Teijlingen who will be looking at using AI to help reduce the molecular search space of larger peptide sequences; Robert Cordina who is looking at using molecular simulations to understand chocolate; and Krystian Kolodziejczak who is working to continue the successful collaboration with […]
Congratulations to Marie-Pierre Dreanic after successfully defending her thesis titled “Computational Modelling of Enzyme Activity to Speed Up Biocatalyst Redesign”, after examination by Adrian Mulholland (Bristol) and David Palmer (Strathclyde) on Friday 1st June. Marie was a joint student between GSK and Strathclyde applying QM/MM calculations to allow the rational design of biocatalysts, by studying […]
Flo successfully passed his viva on the 22nd of January, defending his thesis titled “Studies on Organic Electron Donors and their Applications in Chemistry” after examination by Christine Willis (Bristol) and Glenn Burley (Strathclyde). Well done Flo all the best for the future!
Gary has today successfully passed his viva, defending his thesis titled “Tunable Soft Matter Through Peptide Self-Assembly” after examination by Alberto Saiani (Manchester) and Aaron Lau (Strathclyde) Gary has worked hard throughout his time at Strathclyde through both undergraduate and postgraduate. He has managed to achieve a number of significant papers and patents during his […]