Mr Chang-Yang Chiang
I obtained my MSc degree from National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, and became a PhD student at University of St Andrews in 2012. My research focuses on the crystal growth of spinel structures using electron microscopy. Watching sci-fi movies and listening to music are my current interests outside work.
Miss Kirsty McRoberts
Originally from Norfolk, I gained an MChem from Nottingham Trent University in 2014, before starting at St Andrews that September. My research is currently focused on the non-classical crystal growth of MOFs; particularly those with interesting topology such as the kagome lattice structure found in MIL-68 based metal-organic frameworks. Outside of chemistry I enjoy reading, and officiating at swimming competitions, from beginner to national level.
Mr Jianing Hui
I obtained my MSc degree in materials science from Hefei University of Technology, China in 2014. I’m currently studying for a PhD under the joint supervision of Prof John T.S. Irvine and Prof Wuzong Zhou. My research focuses on alternative anode for solid oxide fuel cells, particularly on deficient and excess perovskite. During my spare time, I enjoy watching movies and sports.