Pr. Philip N. BARTLETT, University of Southampton, UK

President of the International Society of Electrochemistry

Electrodeposition of nanostructured materials for device applications


Philip N. Bartlett received his BA (Hons) in 1978 from the University of Oxford and his PhD in 1981 from Imperial College, University of London. He was a Royal Society for the Exhibition of 1851 Fellow at Imperial College from 1981 to 1983 and moved in 1984 to become a Lecturer in Physical Chemistry at the University of Warwick. He moved from Warwick in 1991 to become Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Bath and then in 1992 to the University of Southampton as Professor of Electrochemistry. Phil is currently the Head of the Electrochemistry Section.

Phil's research interests focus on the templated electrodeposition of nanostructured materials and on bioelectrochemistry. He has developed techniques for depositing tiny amounts of material on the nanoscale and for controlling the nanostructure of deposits. Philip has also developed sophisticated biosensors that can sniff out tell-tale chemicals such as pollutants, food contamination and illegal drugs.

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