CAMIC focusses on research in the field of environmental damage mitigation technology and advanced materials.
Our interconnected research themes allow materials scientists, nanotechnologists and applied scientists with industrial experience to undertake ambitious research projects from conception to real-world implementation.
New materials by electrochemical methods, fundamental and applied electrochemistry of metal surfaces, electrodeposition, inorganic materials and the surface chemistry of minerals. For more details contact the discipline leader Dr Lathe Jones.
Catalysis and chemical physics
Heterogeneous catalysis with industrial applications, computational materials design. For more details contact the discipline leader Dr Selvakanna Periasamy.
Complexes of gold, palladium and platinum for catalysis and sensing applications. For more details contact the discipline leader Dr Nedaossadat Mirzadeh.
Innovative biomaterials and medical technologies based upon nanotechnology, includsing the design and development of targeted theranostics, molecular biosensors, and tissue engineered materials for debilitating diseases such as cancer and diabetes. For more details contact the discipline leaders Dr Ravi Shukla and Professor Vipul Bansal.
Chemical technologies related to mining: environmental concerns, uranium, copper and ore leaching/processing and remediation. For more details contact the discipline leaders Dr James Tardio and Associate Professor Miao Chen.