Professor Alice Thorneywork
Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry
Royal Society University Research Fellow
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory, Oxford
Tutorial Fellow in Physical Chemistry, Lincoln College, Oxford
Contact: alice.thorneywork (at) chem.ox.ac.uk (Short Bio)
Anna Drummond Young (DPhil, 2022-)
Anna studied physics as part of the Natural Sciences Tripos at Pembroke College, Cambridge. She became interested in soft matter and completed her Masters project in the Thorneywork group, studying how polymer adsorption affects noise in the ionic current in glass nanopores. Now she is continuing her research as a DPhil student, and is especially interested in the role different salts play in nanopore systems. While outside the lab, she loves running and hiking, crocheting, and trips to the pub (especially for a pub quiz).
Eleanor MacKay (DPhil, 2022-)
Eleanor completed her final year project as part of the Thorneywork group while studying Physics in Cambridge. This involved looking at particle transport, in particular, capture dynamics, in binary colloidal suspensions, and she is continuing to explore these problems as a DPhil student. Away from the lab, Eleanor enjoys running, reading detective novels and outdoor swimming.
- Stuart Knowles, PhD Student I, & PDRA (2018-2022)
- Katie-Lou White, Part III, (2020-2021)
- Max Earle, Part III, (2020-2021)
- Anna Drummond Young, Part III (2021-2022)
- Eleanor Mackay, Part III, (2021-2022)
- Rohit Prabhu, Part III, (2021-2022)