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Researcher Details
Name: Professor J Hirst
Organisation: University of Nottingham
Department: Sch of Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Artificial Intelligence Biological & Medicinal Chem.
Catalysis & Applied Catalysis Chemical Synthetic Methodology
Drug Formulation & Delivery Electrochemical Science & Eng.
Manufacturing Machine & Plant Materials Characterisation
Materials Synthesis & Growth Physical Organic Chemistry

Current EPSRC Support
EP/X025489/1 Biobased And Biodegradable Polymers For A Sustainable Future(C)
EP/T022108/1 Sulis: An EPSRC platform for ensemble computing delivered by HPC Midlands+(C)
EP/S035990/1 Accelerated Discovery and Development of New Medicines: Prosperity Partnership for a Healthier Nation(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/P020232/1 Proposal for a Tier 2 Centre - HPC Midlands Plus(C)
EP/L019582/1 Enhancing engagement between MidPlus and industry(C)
EP/K000233/1 MidPlus: A Centre of Excellence for Computational Science, Engineering and Mathematics(C)
EP/K000128/1 MidPlus: A Centre of Excellence for Computational Science, Engineering and Mathematics(C)
EP/J500008/1 HPC Short Courses - a coordinated response for training the UK's next generation of HPC users(C)
EP/I006559/1 Sustainable domain-specific software generation tools for extremely parallel particle-based simulations(P)
EP/F006780/1 Photochemistry in the Membrane: Quantum Chemical Studies of Fluorophores In Situ(P)
EP/E06082X/1 Computational studies of supercritical fluids(C)
EP/D057728/1 New Chemical Horizons(C)
EP/D504929/1 A National Service for Computational Chemistry Software(C)
GR/T09224/01 Development of linear dichroism into a structural tool for characterisation of polymeric fibres particularly peptides and proteins(C)
GR/T07534/01 Robust Prediction with Explanatory Power for Protein Structure and Related Prediction Problems(C)
GR/S75765/01 Hybrid Meta-heuristic Optimisation of Chiral Catalysts(P)
GR/S64530/01 DNA Mapping by Combinatorial Optimisation - A Visiting Fellowship(C)
GR/R62052/01 Computational Chemistry at the University of Nottingham(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator