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Current EPSRC Support by Department

Organisation: Imperial College London
Department: Materials

Grant TitlePrincipal InvestigatorValue (£)
3D printing multifunctional devices without internal interfaces for cartilage repairJones, Professor JR 615,330
A Facility for Cryo-Enabled Multi-microscopy for Nanoscale Analysis in the Engineering and Physical Sciences (Cryo-EPS)Giuliani, Professor F 10,294,044
A Moving Cracking Story: Designing against Hydrogen Embrittlement in TitaniumDye, Professor D 652,823
Advanced shielding materials to enable compact fusion reactorsHumphry-Baker, Dr SA 1,115,686
Chemically Engineered Quantum Materials: Encapsulation for Spatially Controlled Spins as a Quantum SensorAttwood, Dr M 522,444
Compositional and Structural Evolution of Plutonium Dioxide: Underpinning Future DecisionsGrimes, Professor RW 446,459
Design rules for defect-tolerant photovoltaicsGanose, Dr AM 378,578
Electrodeposited 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenides on graphene: a novel route towards scalable flexible electronicsKlein, Professor N 434,446
Electrosynthetic approaches to hydrogen production for a net zero future encompassing new materials paradigmsSkinner, Professor SJ 252,386
EPSRC and SFI Centre for Doctoral Training in the Advanced Characterisation of Materials (CDT-ACM)McLachlan, Professor M 6,372,245
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Nuclear Energy FuturesWenman, Dr MR 6,304,095
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Nuclear Energy: Building UK Civil Nuclear Skills for Global Markets.Wenman, Dr MR 4,177,404
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in the Advanced Characterisation of MaterialsMcLachlan, Professor M 4,442,594
EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account - Imperial College London 2022Ryan, Professor M 4,864,429
EPSRC Network in Materials for Quantum TechnologiesHaynes, Professor PD 630,699
H2terascale - Improved oxygen evolution catalysis to enable terawatt scale hydrogen productionStephens, Dr I E L 252,705
Industrial CASE Account - Imperial College London 2023Ryan, Professor M 2,622,575
Industrial CASE Account-Imperial College London 2022Ryan, Professor M 2,151,960
INFUSE: Interface with the Future - Underpinning Science to Support the Energy transitionRyan, Professor M 4,191,430
IRC Next Steps Plus: A Smartphone Powered mRNA Sequence DetectorStevens, Professor MM 1,027,001
Next Generation Fibre-Reinforced Composites: a Full Scale Redesign for CompressionShaffer, Professor M 6,205,244
Nickel Superalloy Design for Corrosion ResistancePedrazzini, Dr S 741,689
Supporting research communities with large-scale DFT in the next decade and beyondMostofi, Professor A 297,873
Understanding the critical role of interfaces and surfaces in energy materialsSkinner, Professor SJ 1,304,889

Total Number of Grants: 24
Total Value of Grants: £60,299,028

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