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Current EPSRC Support by Department

Organisation: Cardiff University
Department: Chemistry

Grant TitlePrincipal InvestigatorValue (£)
A unified framework for quantum chemistry beyond the Born-Oppenheimer approximationKnowles, Professor PJ 325,187
Cardiff University Innov PlacementsDe Leeuw, Professor NH 84,650
Cardiff University NPIF 2018De Leeuw, Professor NH 200,000
Computer-aided design of zinc phosphide heterojunctions for efficient solar energy conversionDzade, Dr N Y N 525,254
Developing Continuous Electroorganic Catalysis - It's Got PotentialMorrill, Dr L C 395,968
Development of a Dual-Mode Microwave-EPR Reactor-Resonator for Studies of Paramagnetic Catalytic ReactionsMurphy, Professor DM 720,434
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in CatalysisHutchings, Professor G 4,504,581
From Organic to Inorganic Chemistry: Exploiting the Isolobal Analogy to Develop Main Group CatalystsMelen, Dr R 848,659
Fuel from biorenewable polyols: A new catalytic routeTaylor, Professor SH 812,140
High Resolution ESR Spectroscopy for Catalysis ResearchMurphy, Professor DM 712,080
Integrated Computational Solutions for CatalysisDe Leeuw, Professor NH 1,019,445
New trimetallic nanoparticles as catalysts for the conversion of carbon dioxide to renewable fuelsHutchings, Professor G 1,530,291
NPIF EPSRC Doctoral - Cardiff University 2017De Leeuw, Professor NH 602,319
Parallel-screening equipment for advanced catalyst testing and process intensificationHutchings, Professor G 874,075
The UK Catalysis HubHutchings, Professor G 3,193,284
The UK Catalysis Hub -'Core'Hutchings, Professor G 2,201,661
The UK Catalysis Hub - 'Science': 1 - Optimising, predicting and designing new CatalystsCatlow, Professor R 3,683,535
Utilisation of Solar Energy and Electrocatalytic Processes for the Low Energy Conversion of CO2 to Fuels and ChemicalsCatlow, Professor R 1,296,214

Total Number of Grants: 18
Total Value of Grants: £23,529,777

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).