Atomic Manipulation @ Bath

The Sloan Group: webpage and blog

PhD Students

Duncan Lock (PhD student)

Duncan started working under Peter's supervision within Bath's nanoscience group in 2011. He obtained his UG degree in Physics, MPhys from the University of Bath in 2010.

Office: 3W Building, 4.5
Email: D.Lock@bath.ac.uk

Kristina Rusimova (PhD student)

Kristina is working with Peter Sloan at the Exeter-Bath Centre for Graphene Science. She obtained her first degree in Physics and Nanotechnology, MSci, at the University of Birmingham in 2012.

Her current research is focused on studying relativistic quantum phenomena on graphene surfaces with the aid of scanning tunnelling microscopy and atomic force microscopy. The local electronic and structural properties of many systems can be explored and manipulated with these techniques, allowing scientists to gain better understanding of the mechanisms behind physical phenomena that have only been studied theoretically before.

Office: 3W Building, 4.5
Email: K.R.Rusimova@bath.ac.uk