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About Matthew Watkins

Matt Watkins is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Physics. Matt’s research focus is on developing tools and protocols to model interfaces of electrolytes and solids, applied to areas like microelectronics and electrochemistry. In April 2015 he joined the new school of Mathematics and Physics at Lincoln.

Department Responsibilities

Senior and Admissions tutor for Physics School representative on the University ethics committee

Qualifications

  • PhD — University of London, 2005
  • MChem — University of Oxford, 1999

Consultancy

Visiting researcher at University College London Adjunct research fellow at Curtin University, Western Australia

Orcid ID

0000-0003-4215-684X

Research Interests

  • Atomistic simulation

  • Electrochemistry

  • Energy

  • Scanning probes

  • Solid-liquid interfaces

Research Groups Memberships

Research Projects

  • SAINT: Surface and Interface Toolkit for the MCC — EPSRC in 2017
  • CP2K—- Electron Transport based on Non-Equilibrium-Green’s-Functions Method — ARCHER (EPSRC) in 2016
  • Local Excitement in CP2K — ARCHER (EPSRC) in 2015
  • Imaging defects at atomic resolution via state-of-the-art atomic force microscopy and petascale simulations — Australian Research Council in 2014
  • CP2K-UK — EPSRC in 2013

Research in the Lincoln Repository