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Researcher Details
 
Name: Dr F Marken
Organisation: University of Bath
Department: Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Design & Testing Technology Fuel Cell Technologies
Sustainable Energy Vectors

Current EPSRC Support
EP/N013778/1 Integrated anode-less PEM fuel cells (iaPEM-FC) - beyond hydrogen(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/K004956/1 Applying Long-lived Metastable States with Switchable Functionality via Kinetic Control of Molecular Assembly - a Programme in Functional Materials(C)
EP/I028706/1 Nanogap Electrochemistry and Sensor Technology at the Molecular Limit(P)
EP/F029624/2 SUPERGEN Photovoltaic Materials for the 21st Century(C)
EP/H046305/1 Nano-Integration of Metal-Organic Frameworks and Catalysis for the Uptake and Utilisation of CO2(P)
EP/G002614/1 Microphase Photo-Electrochemistry: Light Driven Liquid-Liquid Ion Transfer Processes and Two-Phase Micro-Photovoltaic Systems(P)
EP/F025726/1 Microwave-Induced Nanoscale Convection, Polarisation, and Thermal Effects Leading to Innovative Analytical Technology(P)
EP/F029624/1 SUPERGEN Photovoltaic Materials for the 21st Century(C)
EP/F006675/1 Redox Switchable Hydrogen Storage Materials. Hydrogen Burst Device Prototypes(C)
EP/E024904/1 SAXSess / Small Angle X-ray Scattering System for Materials Chemistry(C)
EP/C531752/1 Chiral Epoxidation and Oxygen Transferred Processes Driven Electronically at Diamond Electrodes(C)
GR/S06349/02 MICROWAVE-ENHANCED ELECTROCHEMISTRY - VOLTAMMETRY UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS(P)
GR/S06349/01 MICROWAVE-ENHANCED ELECTROCHEMISTRY - VOLTAMMETRY UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS(P)
GR/N12015/01 DIAMOND ELECTRODES FOR SENSING & MEASUREMENTS UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS(P)
GR/L81123/01 ULTRASONIC ENHANCEMENT OF ELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator