G. Pileio's NMR Methodology Research Group

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Current Members:

Thomas Robertson (Research Fellow 09/20-08/23)
Dr. Thomas B. R. Robertson
Research Fellow
Chemistry
University of Southampton
SO17 1BJ, Southampton, UK
Email: T.B.R.Robertson@soton.ac.uk

Current interests:
Theory and Methodology for Nuclear Spins Diffusing in Porous Media
Development of SABRE technique for hyperpolarisation

Topaz Cartlidge (PhD Student 09/2020-08/23)
Miss Topaz A. A. Cartlidge
PhD Student
Chemistry
University of Southampton
SO17 1BJ, Southampton, UK
Email: taac1g17@soton.ac.uk

Current interests:

Investigation of long-lived spin order lifetimes as a function of magnetic field, temperature and viscosity
Theory and Methodology for Nuclear Spins diffusing in Porous Media

Giulia Melchiorre (PhD Student 01/19-12/21)
Giulia Melchiorre
PhD Student
Chemistry
University of Southampton
SO17 1BJ, Southampton, UK
Tel: +44 (023) 80 59 (2) 4168
Email: gm3n17@soton.ac.uk

Current interests:
My research project is to develop singlet-assisted diffusion tensor imaging techniques for applications in porous media.

Daniel W. Banks (Project Student 2020-21)
Daniel W. Banks
3rd year Project Student
Chemistry
University of Southampton
SO17 1BJ, Southampton, UK
Email: dwb1g18@soton.ac.uk

Current interests:
My research project is to develop SABRE-based strategies to hyperpolarise bio-compatible substrates.

Past Members:

Francesco Giustiniano (PostDoc 03/17-05/20)

Research Fellow in the group from March 2017 to May 2020

Developments: Hardware and methods to use liquid and supercritical CO­2 as solvent medium for NMR; Hardware and methods to measure viscosity of NMR solutions.

Ciara Nelder (4th year Project Student 2019-20)

Undergraduate 4th year Project Student in the group from Oct 2019 to Oct 2020

Developments: ultrafast techniques to measure long-lived spin states lifetimes

Andrew Hall (PostDoc 10/18-12/19)

Research Fellow in the group Oct 2018 to Dec 2019

Developments: Temperature controlled sample shuttle. Hyperpolarised states with extended life times. Use of liquid and supercritical CO­2 as a solvent medium for NMR.

Monique Tourell (PostDoc 03/17-05/18)

Research Fellow in the group Mar 2017 to May 2018

Developments: singlet-assisted diffusion NMR, measurements of tortuosity in porous media, singlet-assisted diffusion tensor imaging

Sundeep Rathore (Project Student 2018-19)

Undergraduate 4th year Project Student in the group from Oct 2018 to Oct 2019

Developments: Diffusion in an anisotropic environment through singlet-assisted diffusion tensor imaging in porous media.

Aliki Moysiadi (MPhil Student 12/16-06/18)

MPhil Student from Dec 2016 to June 2018

Developments: My research project was based on the investigation of singlet states utilising supercritical fluids to increase their lifetime with the ultimate goal of storing  hyperpolarised spin order for very long time.

Sylwia Ostrowska (Project Student 2016-17)

Undergraduate Project Student in the group from Oct 2016 to Oct 2017

Developments: singlet-assisted q-space NMR

Current Job: PhD Student with Prof. Marcel Utz and Dr. Giuseppe Pileio