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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor C Lambert
Organisation: Lancaster University
Department: Physics
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Analytical Science Chemical Synthetic Methodology
Condensed Matter Physics Electrochemical Science & Eng.
Electronic Devices & Subsys. Energy Efficiency
Magnetism/Magnetic Phenomena Materials Characterisation
Materials Synthesis & Growth Quantum Optics & Information

Current EPSRC Support
EP/P027156/1 Self-assembled molecular monolayers with ultra-low thermal conductance for energy harvesting (QSAMs)(P)
EP/N03337X/1 Quantum-Interference-Enhanced Thermoelectricity (QUIET).(P)
EP/N017188/1 Quantum Effects in Electronic Nanodevices (QuEEN)(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/M014452/1 Supramolecular Nanorings for Exploring Quantum Interference(P)
EP/K001507/1 Transition-edge sensors: achieving true potential(P)
EP/J014753/1 ULTRA-HIGH-RESOLUTION, ULTRA-SENSITIVE MULTIFUNCTIONAL BALLISTIC NANO SENSORS FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION OF MAGNETIC, ELECTRIC AND OPTICAL FIELDS(P)
EP/H035818/1 Medium effects in single molecule electronics(P)
EP/F067216/1 EXTRAORDINARY MAGNETORESISTANCE NANO SENSORS - FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES AND APPLICATIONS(P)
EP/F014929/1 SMEAGOL: Spin and Molecular Electronics in Atomically-Generated Orbital Landscapes(P)
GR/S84057/01 Basic Technology: Controlled electron transport through single molecules(P)
EP/C511743/1 Portfolio Partnership on Modelling of Transport and Dynamics in Mesoscale Systems(P)
GR/S26514/01 A Centre of Excellence in e-Social Science(C)
GR/R73621/01 Micromagnetometry of Mesoscopic Superconducting and Hybrid Systems(R)
GR/S10926/01 E.U. Network of Excellence in Nanoelectronics(P)
GR/R46984/01 Theory of superconducting and ferromagnetic proximity effects in carbon nanotubes(P)
GR/R73645/01 Micromagnetometry of Mesoscopic Superconducting and Hybrid Systems - Theory(C)
GR/R73638/01 Micromagnetometry of Mesoscopic Superconducting and Hybrid Systems - Experiment(R)
GR/R01767/01 Non-Linear Transport, Decoherence and Spin-Relaxation In Mesoscopic Semiconductor and Metallic Structures(C)
GR/R07196/01 Lancaster University High Performance Computing Facility(P)
GR/M86149/01 PHASE-COHERENT TRANSPORT IN HYBRID MAGNETIC/ SUPERCONDUCTING NANOSTRUCTURES(P)
GR/L05365/01 ANDREEV SCATTERING IN CHAOTIC AND RESONANT STRUCTURES(P)
GR/L93270/01 PHASE - COHERENT TRANSPORT IN SUPERCONDUCTING NANOSTRUCTURES(P)
GR/K71585/01 ANDREEV SCATTERING IN RESONANT, PHASE COHERENT STRUCT URES(P)
GR/L09646/01 THEORETICAL & EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF LARGE OCCASIONAL FLUCTUATIONSIN PHYSICAL SYSTEMS(C)
GR/L01978/01 THE CREATIVE ROLE OF WHITE NOISE.(C)
GR/J76095/01 THE CREATIVE ROLE OF WHITE NOISE(C)
GR/J94822/01 QUANTUM TRANSPORT IN HYBRID SUPERCONDUCTING STRUCTURES(P)
GR/J80344/01 NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF PHASE COHERENT STRUCTURES AND CLASSICAL FLUIDS(P)
GR/H02196/01 ON THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN NORMAL AND ORDER PARAMETER FLUCTUATIONS IN DISORDERED SUPERCONDUCTORS.(P)
GR/H11860/01 COMPUTER SIMULATION OF CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM CONDENSED SYSTEMS(P)
GR/F76084/01 FLUCTUATIONAL TRANSITIONS OF PERIODICALLY DRIVEN NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS(C)
GR/F21305/01 QUASI-PARTICLE STATES IN INHOMOGENEOUS QUANTUM FLUIDS AND PERCOLATING STRUCTURES(P)
GR/G35886/01 ELECTRON-PHONON INTERACTIONS ON LOW-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURES STUDIED USING FAST PHONON PULSES(C)
GR/E92827/01 EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL STUDIES OF STOCHASTIC QUANTIZATION AND NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS(C)
GR/E94258/01 CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS COMPUTATIONALLY INTENSIVE FACILITY(P)
GR/E47155/01 COMPUTATIONAL FACILITIES FOR THEORY GROUP(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator