Alex successfully defended his thesis on a cold Glasgow day in January. His thesis titled: “Extending Peptide Search Space and Self-Assembly Methods” was examined by Dr Antonia Mey, University of Edinburgh, and Dr David Palmer, University of Strathclyde. Alex used a mixture of molecular dynamics simulations and latterly, machine learning methods to explore the peptide […]
Krystian Passes Viva!
Congratulations to krystian who successfully defended his thesis, titled “Elucidation of complex reaction mechanisms through the application of Density Functional Theory”. Krystian was examined by Dr. David Nelson (Strathclyde) and Prof. John Walton (St. Andrews). Krystian’s PhD defence follows a successful collaboration with the Murphy group in which Krystian was a valuable asset in ascertaining […]
Hamish Captivates at the Carnegie Scholars Meeting 2022
Hamish recently presented his work at the 2022 meeting of Carnegie Scholars in Edinburgh last week. His talk, titled ‘Exploring the self-assembly of biomimetic materials for antimicrobial material discovery’, was well received. Joined by fellow Strathclyde Carnegie Scholars, Hamish got to enjoy presentations from other Scholars at varying stages of their postgraduate studies.
The TuttleLab Goes Globe Trotting
Over the last few months members of the TuttleLab have been presenting their work at conferences in Edinburgh, Southampton and Vancouver. Alex and Hamish travelled to Vancouver for WATOC 2022, the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists triennial conference. Over the course of the week long conference both students attended lectures by renowned chemists […]