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Biography

I took up my current position in 2007. Prior to this I completed a PhD in Computational Solid State Chemistry with Prof SC Parker before undertaking postdoctoral research in Bath and in the Materials Science department in Cambridge, where I was part of a consortium modelling the interface of biological molecules with mineral surfaces.

In addition to teaching physical chemistry, I am actively involved in researching many aspects of solid state chemistry, particularly mineral surfaces, using computer modelling techniques as part of the Catalysis Research Centre in the Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Computational Solid State Chemistry
  • Bulk and Surface Defects
  • Interfaces
  • Crystal Growth

Research Degree Supervision

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Projects 2011 2015

The Post-Disposal Behaviour of C-14 and Irradiated Graphite

Humphreys, P., Cooke, D., Bond, G., Heard, P., Bligh Scott, T. & Eccles, H.

1/11/1131/10/15

Project: ResearchResearch Council

Research Output 2013 2018

Mechanism of Carbon Dioxide and Water Incorporation in Ba2TiO4: A Joint Computational and Experimental Study

McSloy, A. J., Trussov, I., Jarvis, A., Cooke, D. J., Slater, P. R. & Panchmatia, P. M. 18 Jan 2018 In : Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 122, 2, p. 1061-1069 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Carbonates
Carbon Dioxide
carbon dioxide
Carbon Monoxide
carbonates

Ruthenium-containing Linear Helicates and Mesocates with Tuneable p53 Selective Cytotoxicity in Colorectal Cancer Cells.

Rice, C., Faulkner, R., Allison, S., Cooke, D., Davidson, F. S., Elliott, P., Griffiths, H., Hussain, O., Owen-Lynch, P., Phillips, R., Shepherd, S. & Wheelhouse, R. T. 4 Jun 2018 (Accepted/In press) In : Angewandte Chemie - International Edition.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Ruthenium
Cytotoxicity
Isomers
Cells
Tumors
10 Citations

Ferrous Iron Binding Key to Mms6 Magnetite Biomineralisation: A Mechanistic Study to Understand Magnetite Formation Using pH Titration and NMR Spectroscopy

Rawlings, A. E., Bramble, J. P., Hounslow, A. M., Williamson, M. P., Monnington, A. E., Cooke, D. J. & Staniland, S. S. 26 Apr 2016 In : Chemistry - A European Journal. 22, 23, p. 7885-7894 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Ferrosoferric Oxide
Biomineralization
Titration
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
Iron
7 Citations

Photochemistry of [Ru(pytz)(btz) 2 ] 2+ and Characterization of a κ 1 -btz Ligand-Loss Intermediate

Scattergood, P. A., Khushnood, U., Tariq, A., Cooke, D. J., Rice, C. R. & Elliott, P. I. P. 1 Aug 2016 In : Inorganic Chemistry. 55, 15, p. 7787-7796

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Software architecture
Sustainable development
Architectural design
Vaporization
Erosion