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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor SG Yeates
Organisation: University of Manchester, The
Department: Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Catalysis & enzymology Chemical Synthetic Methodology
Design & Testing Technology Design of Process systems
Energy Storage Instrumentation Eng. & Dev.
Manufact. Enterprise Ops& Mgmt Manufacturing Machine & Plant
Materials Characterisation Materials Processing
Materials Synthesis & Growth RF & Microwave Technology
Synthetic biology

Current EPSRC Support
EP/S020179/1 MultiSense - Devising and Manufacturing mm-Wave High Data Rate Low Latency On-Skin Technologies(C)
EP/S013539/1 Biocatalytic Approaches to the Synthetic Manipulation of Silicones(C)
EP/R023158/1 Manufacturing at the 7nm node and beyond enabled by novel resist technology(C)
EP/R03480X/1 'Hetero-print': A holistic approach to transfer-printing for heterogeneous integration in manufacturing(C)
EP/R02331X/1 Formulating and Manufacturing Low Profile Integrated Batteries for Wireless Sensing Labels(C)
EP/R022518/1 Soft Processing to Enable the Low Impact, Sustainable Manufacture of Inorganic Materials and Advanced Inorganic Semiconductor Composites(C)
EP/P02713X/1 Passively Powered Non-invasive Human Body Sensing on Bio-Degradable Conformal Substrates(C)
EP/N010345/1 Engineering van der Waals heterostructures: from atomic level layer-by-layer assembly to printable innovative devices(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/N025504/1 Towards a Bio-based Manufacturing Platform for High Strength Aramid (Aromatic Polyamide) Synthetic Fibres Using Synthetic Biology(C)
EP/M028097/1 University of Manchester Experimental Equipment Call(C)
EP/L019728/1 Sustainable Digital Fabrication of Low Energy Passive Wireless Sensors(P)
EP/L012022/1 Challenges in High Resolution Inkjet Printing(C)
EP/K03099X/1 EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large Area Electronics(C)
EP/J000825/1 Digital Fabrication of UHF Electromagnetic Structures(P)
EP/F056397/1 High-efficiency Block Copolymer Solar Cells: A Scaleable Prototype for Low Cost Energy Generation(C)
EP/E032699/1 Rheology of Complex Fluids in Microscopic Flows: Quantitative Characterisation from Molecular Dynamics to Fluid Flows(C)
EP/D062128/1 Direct Write -Elements And Systems (DW-EASY)(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator