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Adrian C. Fisher


 
Stefano Angioletti-Uberti
Professor, Part-time Principal Investigator
 
Education:
Ph.D. 1991, University of Oxford
B. S., 1987, University of East Anglia 

Specializations: Materials Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry

Research focuses:
  ●  Multi-scale electrochemical modeling and analysis of soft-matter materials
  ●  Novel electrode architectures for portable fuel cell systems
  ●  Design, manufacture and apply microscale  reactor systems for the development of the next generation of  (bio)chemical sensors
 
Recent Publications:
  ●  Haiyan Yu, Adrian Fisher, Daojian Cheng, and Dapeng Cao. Cu,N- codoped hierarchical porous carbons as electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2016, 8, 21431-21439.
  ●  Dai, Chencheng, Chun-Wai I. Chan, William Barrow, Anna Smith, Peng Song, Francois Potier, Jay D. Wadhawan, Adrian Fisher, and Nathan S. Lawrence. ‘A Route to Unbuffered pH Monitoring: A Novel Electrochemical Approach’. Electrochim Acta 2016,190, 879–86.
  ●  Zheng Zhao, Adrian Fisher, and Daojian Cheng, Phase diagram and segregation of Ag–Co nanoalloys: insights from theory and simulation, Nanotechnology 2016, 27, 115702.
  ●  Gustavo P. M. K. Ciniciato, Fong-Lee Ng, Siew-Moi Phang, Muhammad Musoddiq Jaafar, Adrian Fisher, Kamran Yunus, and Vengadesh Periasamy, Investigating the association between photosynthetic efficiency and generation of biophotoelectricity in autotrophic microbial fuel cells’ , Scientific Reports 2016, 6, 31193.
  ●  Nantao Hu, Liling Zhang, Chao Yang, Jian Zhao, Zhi Yang, Hao Wei, Hanbin Liao, Zhenxing Feng, Adrian Fisher, Yafei Zhang, and Zhichuan J. Xu. Three-dimensional skeleton networks of graphene wrapped polyaniline nanofibers: an excellent structure for high-performance flexible solid-state supercapacitors’, Scientific Reports 2016, 6, 19777.
  ●  Le Chang, Adrian Fisher, Zhiping Liu, and Daojian Cheng. Highly sensitive and selective colorimetric detection of sulphide using Ag–Au nanoalloys: a DFT study. RSC Adv. 2016, 6, 16285–16291.


Email:
acf42@cam.ac.uk

Phone:
01223 763996

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