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Gordon Chambers BSc PhD

Graduated from Dublin Institute of Technology with a Diploma in Applied Science (Physics and Chemistry) in 1997 and with a first class honours BSc in Physics and Chemistry from Trinity College Dublin in 1997.

Received PhD, from Dublin Institute of Technology, in 2001 with a research thesis entitled "In situ spectroscopic monitoring of the electronic transport properties of fullerene thin films".

In the past he has held a Senior Research Fellow position within the Nanostructures group in Media Lab Europe, research partner of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Working on the development of molecular electronics and nano-sensor technology. After which he joined the Physics of Molecular Materials group in the DIT as Postdoctoral Researcher. At same time he held a Research Associate position in Trinity College Dublin working with the Functional Materials Group.

Currently he is a lecturer in the School of Physics of DIT and consults on the implementation and societal impacts of nanotechnology to both private industry and government bodies. Much of his research is now carried out within DITs Nanolab housed within the Focas institute.

Research Interests and activities.

1. Nanostructures and composite fabrication and characterisation.

2. Nanostructures and composite application development.

2. Optical and spectroscopy techniques for rapid throughput analysis.

3. Nanotoxicology

4. Integrating nano-science and society.

Current/Past Post-graduate research students:

1. “Nonlinear electronic and optical processes in fullerene thin films”, DIT Masters, Siobhán Phelan, conferred October 2004

2. “Carbon Nanotubes as Templates for Supramolecular Organisation of Organic Molecules”, DIT PhD, Theresa Hedderman, conferred October 2006

3. “Phsyiochemical indicators of carbon nanotube toxicity ” DIT Masters, Alan Casey, conferred October 2007

4. “Electroabsorption for probing the nature of Excited States in organic molecular systems”, DIT PhD, Garrett Farrell, ongoing

5. “Systematic study of the Excited State Properties of Fullerene Nanostructures” DIT PhD, Johnathan Moghal, ongoing.

6. “Determination of the leaching and migration potential of Metallic Nanoparticles from Food Packaging”. Niall Ó Claonadh ongoing

7. “Physico – Chemical Properties of Nano - particles of Technological Relevance” to be filled

8. “Pedagogical considerations in Nanoscience and Technology” to be filled

Publications

  • Number of peer review publications >50
  • Number of citations based on ISI Web of Science citation index ~1000

Publications

1. “Raman spectroscopic study of excited states and photo-polymerisation of C60 from solution” G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne Chem Phys Lett. 302 (1999) 307-311

2. “Electronic properties of structurally modified C60 films” K. Henderson, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne, Synthetic Metals 103 2360-2361 (1999)

3. “Photoexcited states and electronic processes in C60 thin films” G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne Molecular Materials 13 193-200 (2000)

4. “Structure and characterisation of the C60 photo-polymer produced from solution” G. Chambers, K. Henderson, A.B. Dalton, B. Mc Carthy, H.J. Byrne. Synthetic Metals, 121 (2001) 1111-1112

5. “Spectroscopic and structural analysis of precursors to hexagonal close packed phases in C60 thin films” G. Chambers, D. Fenton, J.R. Lawrence, K. Henderson, A.B. Dalton and H.J. Byrne Synthetic Metals, 121 (2001) 1145-1146

6. “ A functional conjugated polymer to process, purify and selectively interact with single wall carbon nanotubes” A.B. Dalton, K. Henderson, G. Chambers, J.N. Coleman. W.J. Blau. C. Stephan. S. Lefrant, B. Mc Carthy, and H.J. Byrne, Synthetic Metals, 121 (2001) 1217-1218

7. “Solvent effects on the luminescent properties of conjugated polymers” K. Henderson, A.B. Dalton, G. Chambers, A. Dury, S. Maier, A.G. Ryder, W.J. Blau, H.J. Byrne, Synthetic Metals, 119 (2001) 555-556

8. “Isomerisation and inter-chain effects in a semi-conjugated co-polymer poly(m-phenylenevinylene-co-2,5dioctyloxy-p- phenylenevinylene” A.B. Dalton, G. Chambers, K. Henderson, B. Paci, B. Mc Carthy, A. Dury, J.N. Coleman, C. Fiorini, J-M. Nunzi, W.J. Blau, H.J. Byrne, Synthetic Metals, 119 (2001) 557-558

9. “Observation and identification of the Molecular triplet in C60 thin films” G.Chambers, A.B. Dalton, L.M. Evans, and H.J. Byrne, Chem Phys Lett. 345 (2001) 361-366

10. “In search of the molecular triplet of C60 using low temperature Raman spectroscopy” G. Chambers, A.B. Dalton, and H.J. Byrne. Mat. Res. Soc.Symp. Proc. 675 (2001)

11. “The generation of a carbon nanotube- cyclodextrin complex.” G. Chambers, G.F. .Farrell, A.B. Dalton, M. McNamara, E. Cummins, H.J. Byrne, M. in het Panhuis, Mat. Res. Soc.Symp. Proc. 285 (2002)

12. “Stokes/anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy of HiPco Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes” E. Gregan, S. M. Keogh, T. G. Hedderman, B. McCarthy, G. Farrell, G. Chambers, and H.J. Byrne in “Structural and Electronic Properties of Molecular Nanostructures” H. Kuzmany, J. Fink, M. Mehring and S. Roth eds. AIP Conference Proceedings 633, 294-297 (2002)

13. “Physical Interactions between HiPco SWNTs and Semi-Conjugated Polymers” S. M. Keogh, T. G. Hedderman, E. Gregan, G. Farrell, A. B. Dalton, B. McCarthy, G. Chambers, and H.J. Byrne in “Structural and Electronic Properties of Molecular Nanostructures” H. Kuzmany, J. Fink, M. Mehring and S. Roth eds. AIP Conference Proceedings 633, 570-574 (2002)

14. “The Use of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes as Templates for Organic Molecules” T. G. Hedderman, L. O'Neill, S. M. Keogh, E. Gregan, B. Mc Carthy, A. B. Dalton, G. Chambers, and H.J. Byrne in “Structural and Electronic Properties of Molecular Nanostructures”. H. Kuzmany, J. Fink, M. Mehring and S. Roth eds. AIP Conference Proceedings 633, 610-613 (2002)

15. "In-Situ Raman Spectroscopy of Electronic Processes in Fullerene Thin Films", S. Phelan, B.S. O'Connell, G. Farrell, G. Chambers and H.J. Byrne, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 540 (2002)

16. "Nondestructive methods to process and purify carbon nanotubes", A.B. Dalton, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne, J.N. Coleman, B. McCarthy, M. in het Panhuis, W.J. Blau, G.S. Duesberg, S. Roth and P.M. Ajayan, Recent Research Developments in Physical Chemistry, 6, 327 - 349 (2002)

17. “Characterisation of specific interactions between functionalised carbon nanotubes and an enzyme” M. in het Panhuis, C. Salvador-Morales, E. Franklin, G. Chambers, A. Fonseca, J. B. Nagy, W. J. Blau , A. I. Minett, J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 3, 3, (2003)

18. "Characterisation of the Interactions of gamma cyclodextrin with Carbon Nanotubes.", G. Chambers, C. Carroll, G.F. Farrell, A. B. Dalton, M. McNamara, M. in het Panhuis, H. J. Byrne. Nanoletts, 3(6); 843-846 (2003).

19. Stokes/anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy Of HiPco Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes" E. Gregan, S.M. Keogh, T.G. Hedderman, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne, in “Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications” W.J. Blau, J.F. Donegan, A.F. Duke, B.D. MacCraith, J.A McLaughlin, N.D. McMillan, G.M. O'Connor, E. O'Mongain, V. Toal eds. 4876, 1149-1157 (2003)

20. "Physical Interactions between HiPco SWNTs and Semi-Conjugated Polymers" S.M. Keogh, A Maguire, T.G.Hedderman, E Gregan, G Farrell, AB Dalton, B McCarthy, G Chambers, H.J Byrne, in “Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications” W.J. Blau, J.F. Donegan, A.F. Duke, B.D. MacCraith, J.A McLaughlin, N.D. McMillan, G.M. O'Connor, E. O'Mongain, V. Toal eds. 4876, 723-731 (2003)

21. "Single wall carbon nanotubes as templates for organic molecules", T.G. Hedderman, L. O'Neill, A. Maguire, S.M. Keogh, E. Gregan, B. Mc Carthy, A.B. Dalton, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne, in “Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications” W.J. Blau, J.F. Donegan, A.F. Duke, B.D. MacCraith, J.A McLaughlin, N.D. McMillan, G.M. O'Connor, E. O'Mongain, V. Toal eds. 4876, 696-703 (2003).

22. "Spectroscopic analysis of the intermolecular interactions of gamma cyclodextrin and carbon nanotubes", G Chambers, C Carroll, G.F.Farrell, H.J. Byrne, in “Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications” W.J. Blau, J.F. Donegan, A.F. Duke, B.D. MacCraith, J.A McLaughlin, N.D. McMillan, G.M. O'Connor, E. O'Mongain, V. Toal eds. 4876, 667-675 (2003)

23. "Electronic transfer studies of fullerene/polymer hybrids", G.F. Farrell, G. Chambers, A.B. Dalton and H.J. Byrne, in “Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications” W.J. Blau, J.F. Donegan, A.F. Duke, B.D. MacCraith, J.A McLaughlin, N.D. McMillan, G.M. O'Connor, E. O'Mongain, V. Toal eds. 4876, 369-376 (2003)

24. "In situ spectroscopy of electronic processes in fullerene thin films", S.B. Phelan, G.F. Farrell, B.S. O'Connell, G. Chambers and H.J. Byrne, in “Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications” W.J. Blau, J.F. Donegan, A.F. Duke, B.D. MacCraith, J.A McLaughlin, N.D. McMillan, G.M. O'Connor, E. O'Mongain, V. Toal eds. 4876, 704-711, (2003)

25. "Excited state properties of C60 revisited: a Raman study", G. Chambers, S.B. Phelan, G.F. Farrell, and H.J. Byrne, in “Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications” W.J. Blau, J.F. Donegan, A.F. Duke, B.D. MacCraith, J.A McLaughlin, N.D. McMillan, G.M. O'Connor, E. O'Mongain, V. Toal eds. 4876, 732-739 (2003)

26. “Interaction of Small Dye Molecules with Carbon Nanotubes “ T.G. Hedderman, L. O’Neill, S.M. Keogh, E. Gregan, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne, AIP Conf. Proc. 685, 261 (2003).

27. “The Physical Interactions Between HiPco SWNTS and Semi-Conjugated Polymers” S.M. Keogh, A. Maguire, T.G.Hedderman, E Gregan, G Chambers, H.J Byrne. AIP Conf. Proc. 685, 265 (2003).

28. Carbon Nanotube composites E.Gregan, S.M. Keogh, T.G Hedderman, G. Chambers, H.J Byrne, Carbon. 42, (5), 1031-1035 (2004)

29. Physical Interactions between HiPco single walled carbon nanotubes and Semi Conjugated Polymers S.M. Keogh, T.G Hedderman, E.Gregan, G. Chambers, H.J Byrne, Journal of Physical Chemical B 108, 6233-6241 (2004)

30. Invited Review “The optical and electronic properties of C60 thin films”. G. Chambers Trends in Chemical Physics, published by Research Trends Accepted 2004

31. “A Raman study of the Temperature Dependence of excited states in C60 Thin Films.” G.Chambers, A.B. Dalton, L.M. Evans, and H.J. Byrne, Chem Phys Lett. Accepted (2004)

32. “The Interaction of SWNT with Simple Dye Molecules”. T. G. Hedderman, S.M. Keogh, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne Journal of Physical Chemical B 108(49) pp 18860 - 18865

33. “Electro absorption spectroscopy of fullerene thin films” G. Farrell, G. Chambers, and H.J. Byrne, Journal of Luminescence, 112, 291-294 (2005)

34. Interaction of Carbon Nanotubes with sugar complexes A Casey, G.F. Farrell, M. McNamara, H.J. Byrne and G. Chambers Synthetic Metals, 153, 357-360 (2005)

35. “Temperature Dependent Spectroscopic studies of HiPco SWNT composites.” S.M. Keogh, T.G. Heddermann, M. Ruether, E. Gregan, G.F. Farrell, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne, Synthetic Metals 154, 197-200 (2005)

36. “Interaction of carbon nanotubes with saccharides - a possible route to biocompatible composites” A. Casey, J. Moghal, G.F. Farrell, M.McNamara, H.J. Byrne and G. Chambers. Proceedings of 12th International Cyclodextrin Symposium, May 2004, Montpelier

37. Electro absorption spectroscopy of organic films G. Farrell, G. Chambers, and H.J. Byrne, published proceedings 6th International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, (2004).

38. Spectroscopic Analysis of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Semiconjugated Polymer Composites S. M. Keogh, T. G. Hedderman, E. Gregan, G. Farrell, G. Chambers, and H. J. Byrne J. Phys. Chem. B; 108, 6233, 43 (2004).

39 “The Solubilisation of SWNT with Organic Dye Molecules.” Theresa G. Hedderman, Sinead M. Keogh, E Gregan, Gordon Chambers, Hugh J. Byrne, J. Phys. Chem. B108, 18860-18865 (2004)

40. “Electroabsorption studies of structurally modified fullerene thin films”, G. F. Farrell, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne in the Proceedings of OptoIreland 2005, SPIE vol 5826, 232 (2005)

41. “Use of Raman Spectroscopy in the investigation of debundling of single walled carbon nanotubes”, E. Gregan, S.M. Keogh, T.G. Hedderman, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne,

in the Proceedings of OptoIreland 2005, SPIE vol 5826, 56 (2005)

42. “Fluorescence concentration studies of HiPco SWNTs and Semi-Conjugated Polymers”, S..M. Keogh, T.G.Hedderman, E. Gregan, G. Farrell , P. Lynch, G. Chambers, F.M. Lyng, H.J Byrne, in the Proceedings of OptoIreland 2005, SPIE vol 5826, 67 (2005)

43. Linear electronic and optical processes in Fullerene thin films, G. Chambers, H. J. Byrne, J. Moghal, S. B. Phelan, in the Proceedings of OptoIreland 2005, SPIE  5824-05(2005)

44. “Use of Raman Spectroscopy in the investigation of debundling of single walled carbon nanotubes”, E. Gregan, S.M. Keogh, T.G. Hedderman, G. Chambers, H.J. Byrne, in the Proceedings of OptoIreland 2005, SPIE vol 5826, 56 (2005)

45. Interaction of single walled carbon nanotubes with starch-based polymers, A. C. Casey, G. F. Farrell, M. McNamara, H. J. Byrne, G. Ghambers, submitted Opto-Ireland [5824-31] (2005)

46. Temperature dependent spectroscopic measurements of HiPco SWNTs composites, S. Keogh, T. Hedderman, G. Farrell, G. Chambers, E. Gregan, H. J. Byrne, submitted Opto-Ireland [5826-08] (2005)

47. Effects of surface functionalisation on carbon nanotubes. A Casey, G.F. Farrell, M. McNamara, H.J. Byrne and G. Chambers submitted Nano Lett January (2005)

48. Temperature dependence of specific interactions of HiPco single walled carbon nanotubes and Semi Conjugated Polymers S.M. Keogh, T.G Hedderman, E.Gregan, G. Chambers, H.J Byrne, Journal of Physical Chemical B submitted January (2005)

49. “Temperature induced nucleation of poly (p-phenylene vinylene-co-2, 5-dioctyloxy-m-phenylene vinylene) crystallization by HiPco Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes”,

S.M. Keogh, T.G Hedderman, M.G. Rüther, F.M. Lyng, E.Gregan, G. F. Farrell, G. Chambers, H.J Byrne, J. Chem. Phys. B, 109 (12): 5600-5607 (2005)

50 In-Depth Study into the Interaction of Single Walled carbon Nanotubes with Anthracene and p-Terphenyl Hedderman, T. G.; Keogh, S. M.; Chambers, G.; Byrne, H. J. J. Phys. Chem. B.; 2006; 110(9); 3895-3901.

51 “The debundling behaviour of  SWNT”Hedderman, T.G., Keogh, S.M., Chambers, G., Byrne H.J., (2006), J. Phys. Chem. B., accepted September (2006)

52. In vitro toxicity evaluation of single walled carbon nanotubes on human A549 lung cells toxicology in vitro, 21,3, 2007, 438-448, Maria Davoren, Eva Herzog, Alan Casey, Benjamin Cottineau, Gordon Chambers, Hugh J. Byrne and Fiona M. Lyng

53. Probing the interaction of single walled carbon nanotubes within cell culture medium as a precursor to toxicity testing Carbon,45, 1, 2007,34-40 A. Casey, M. Davoren, E. Herzog, F.M. Lyng, H.J. Byrne and G. Chambers

54. “Spectroscopic analysis confirms the interactions between single walled carbon nanotubes and various dyes commonly used to assess cytotoxicity.” A. Casey, E.Herzog, M. Davoren, F.M. Lyng, H.J. Byrne and G. Chambers Carbon, 45, 7, 2007, 1425-1432

55. A new approach to the toxicity testing of carbon based nanomaterials–the clonogenic assay Toxicology Letters, Eva Herzog, Alan Casey, Fiona M. Lyng, Gordon Chambers, Hugh J. Byrne and Maria Davoren Toxicology Letters, 174, 1-3, 1, 49-60, 2007

56. Single walled carbon nanotubes induce indirect cytotoxicity by medium depletion in A549 lung cells. A. Casey, E. Herzog, F.M. Lyng, H.J. Byrne, G. Chambers and M. Davoren, Carbon Submitted Jan, 2008

Example of publications since 2010 (full list available on request)

  1. Antimicrobial properties of nanosilver : A cautionary approach to ionic interference, K, Sheehy, A. Casey, A. Murphy, G. Chambers, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science,  2014, doi: 10.1016/j.jcis.2014.11.074
  2. Potential of Biofluid components to modify Silver Nanoparticle Toxicity, A.Murphy, K.Sheehy, A.Casey, G.Chambers, Journal of Applied Toxicology 2015, DOI 10.1002/jat.3123
  3. The surfactant dipalmitoylphophatidylcholine (DPPC) Modifies Acute Responses in Alveolar Carcinoma cells in response to low dose Silver Nanoparticle Exposure, A. Murphy, K. Sheehy, A. Casey, G. Chambers Journal of Applied Toxicology 2015, DOI:10.1002/jat.3148
  4. Comparative in vitro cytotoxicity study of silver nanoparticle on two mammalian cell lines. Mukherjee SG, O'Claonadh N, Casey A, Chambers G. ToxicolIn Vitro. Mar; 26(2):238-51(2012)
  5. ‘Occupational noise exposure of nightclub bar employees in Ireland’ Kelly AC, Boyd SM, Henehan GT, Chambers G. . Noise Health ;14:148-54 (2012)
  6. " Identifying and localizing intracellular nanoparticles using Raman Spectroscopy", Jennifer Dorney, Franck Bonnier, Amaya Garcia, Alan Casey, Gordon Chambers, Hugh J. Byrne, Analyst, 137, 1111-1119 (2012) Minimal analytical characterization of engineered nanomaterials needed for hazard assessment in biological matrices  Hans Bouwmeester , Iseult Lynch , Hans J. P. marvin , Kenneth A. Dawson , Markus Berges , Diane Braguer , Hugh J. Byrne , Alan Casey , Gordon Chambers , Martin J. D. Clift , Giuliano Elia , Teresa F. Fernandes , Lise B. Fjellsbø , Peter Hatto , LucienneJuillerat , Christoph Klein , Wolfgang G. Kreyling , Carmen Nickel , Michael Riediker , Vicki Stone  Nanotoxicology, Vol. 5, No. 1 : Pages 1-11   (doi: 10.3109/17435391003775266), 2011
  7. ‘Dissemination Strategy for the NanoSafety‘ Boschung, N., Lynch, I., Hart, D., Chambers, G., Grossberndt, S. and Bryony Ross, 27.09.2011, Extra Deliverable 4.12 Dissemination Strategy for the NanoSafety Cluster .NanoImpactNet Final Report.
  8. Nano-enhanced food contact materials and the in vitro toxicity to human intestinal cells of nano-ZnO at low dose Niall Ó Claonadh, Alan Casey,, Sean Lyons, Clement Higginbotham,, Sanchali Gupta Mukherjee, Gordon Chambers Journal of Physics 304 012038 (2011)
  9. "Electrochemical characterisation of poly arylenevinylenes", J. Moghal, P. Lynch, M. McNamara, H.J. Byrne, G. Chambers, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 650, 159-162 (2010)

Research

In 2005 Gordon co-founded the ‘DIT Nanolab’. The group was externally peer reviewed as part of a process to establish it as a research centre of excellence within the Institute. The centre has published a number of influential papers in the area of nanoparticle toxicity and nanobio interactions and has been involved in a number of pan European projects as well as national consortia. The centre has received funding from a number of sources including the higher education authority of Ireland, science foundation Ireland, enterprise Ireland, the environmental protection agency and the EU framework programme. Further details on the Nanolab research centre can be found at our web page www.dit.ie/nanolab/.

For full details on the research see either of the following links:

Nanotechnology Research

POMM research

Lecturing

Gordon joined the DIT School of Physics as a lecturer in 2001 and has lectured on several programmes at undergraduatate and postgraduate level.  He was involved in establishing the first BSc in Science with Nanotechnology in Ireland co-run by the DIT’s School of Physics and School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (http://www.physics.dit.ie). He currently holds the position of Course Chair for this programme and lectures modules on nanotoxicology, nanocharacterisation, nanoelectronics and nanophotonics.

In addition Gordon lectures modules on acoustics, radiation and the integration of science and technology into society for a variety of other science based degree programmes in the Institute.

Previous Career profile

In the past Gordon has worked as an R&D Chemist in Leo Laboratories Ltd, before taking a position as a Senior Research Fellow within the Nanostructures group in Media Lab Europe, research partner of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), working on the development of molecular electronics and nano-sensor technology. After Media Lab, he joined the Physics of Molecular Materials group in the DIT as Senior Postdoctoral Researcher. At the same time he held a Research Associate position in Trinity College Dublin working with the Functional Materials Group.

Research Interests and expertise

  • Nanotoxicology
  • Nanocharacterisation
  • Nano-microbiology
  • Spectroscopy
  • Nano Safety
  • Nano bio interactions
  • Composite characterisation

Post-graduate supervison experience:

Postgraduate students supervised to completion: 8 PhD / 4MPhil

Postgraduate student supervision ongoing: 3 PhD

Thesis titles

  • “Nonlinear electronic and optical processes in fullerene thin films”, DIT Masters, Siobhán Phelan, conferred October 2004
  • “Fullerene molecular electronics: device structure and design ” DIT Masters, Naomi Brant, conferred October 2006
  • “Carbon Nanotubes as Templates for Supramolecular Organisation of Organic Molecules”, DIT, PhD, Theresa Hedderman, conferred October 2006
  • “Interaction of Carbon Nanotubes with Natural Matrices” DIT, PhD, Alan Casey, conferred, October 2007
  • “Electroabsorption for probing the nature of Excited States in organic molecular systems”, DIT, PhD, Garrett Farrell, conferred February 2008
  • “Systematic study of the Excited State Properties of Fullerene Nanostructures” DIT, PhD. Johnathan Moghal,  conferred October 2008
  • “Determination of the leaching and migration potential of Metallic Nanoparticles from Food  Packaging”. DIT PhD Niall Ó Claonadh conferred  2011
  • “Assessing nightclub noise and compliance to EU Regulations” Aofie Kelly, IRCSET PhD  Scholarship conferred 2012.
  • “Physico-Chemical Properties of Nano - particles of Technological Relevance” HEA PRTLI  INSPIRE PhD Jennifer Dorney conferred  2013
  • Investigation into the Role of Particle Size in cellular Particle Interactions” Sanchali Gupta Mukherjee conferred 2014
  • ‘The determination of the potential risks associated with engineered nanoparticles in Fresh water environments’ DIT, Mphill  Karina Carey conferred 2015

 

Further details and CV are available at

https://ie.linkedin.com/pub/gordon-chambers/8/494/9

http://www.dit.ie/nanolab/