The expertise of the scientific team at Diamond presents an invaluable resource for scientists visiting the facility. From probing membrane proteins to modelling conditions in the early solar system, our scientists continue active research programmes across a wide range of applications.
Diamond offers a unique environment for its scientific users, in which interactions within and between disciplines are fostered. Here we highlight areas of shared interest between users and Diamond scientists, to initiate collaborations which take advantage of the unique opportunities provided here.
To support the extensive research programme at Diamond, the beamlines and integrated facilities are organised into eight groups, fostering relations between user communities with shared research interests and requirements. These communities encourage collaboration and knowledge exchange through shared facilities, seminar programmes and other activities.
Use the categories on the left to search for experts. The search will return experts with any of the disciplines selected.
Nick Terrill is the Principal Beamline Scientist responsible for I22 and the Offline SAXS Instrument, DL-SAXS. Nick joined Diamond in 2002 after several years working on the SRS at Daresbury. His m...Email: email@example.com
Principal Beamline Scientist I15
Philip Chater is Principal Beamline Scientist, I15-1. Phil joined Diamond in August 2013 after working at the University of Birmingham and University of Liver...Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Danny Axford is a Beamline Scientist with the MX beamline I24. He joined Diamond in 2008 from University College London, a constituent of the London Centre for Nanotechnology. He received his DPhil...Email: email@example.com
Senior Beamline Scientist I15
Annette Kleppe is a Beamline Scientist on the Extreme Conditions beamline. Annette joined Diamond in October 2006 from the Department of Earth S...
Mark Williams is the Automation Scientist for I03 and the MX group. He has a Masters in Chemistry from the University of Bristol, and joined Diamond in 2007.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Iuliia Mikulska is a post doctoral research associate on the I20 Versatile X-ray Spectroscopy beamlineEmail: Iuliia.Mikulska@diamond.ac.uk
Tathiana Kokumai is a post doctoral research associate on the I20 Versatile X-ray Spectroscopy beamlineEmail: Tathiana.Kokumai@diamond.ac.uk
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