We are proud to announce our Chief Scientific Officer Prof. Andrew Beale has won a Royal Society of Chemistry award! He is the winner of the 2022 Materials Chemistry Division mid-career Award: Peter Day Award. Andrew was given the award for his work in the development of novel methodologies using bright light sources to identify […]
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Our R&D Lead Scientist Dr Antony Vamvakeros spoke at the 27th North American Catalysis Society Meeting (NAM27) in New York. This biennial meeting is widely recognized as the premier topical catalysis conference for matters related to homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, while also including broad coverage of electro-catalysis and photo-catalysis. He presented our work on diffraction, […]
Our Director Simon Jacques discussed how to increase the societal benefit of synchrotron radiation sources at the KFS Transfer Workshop with over forty attendees in Berlin. Discussions at the workshop focussed on synchrotron achievements, challenges and ideas for future improvements with three sessions on, “Synchrotron Access for Industrial Research”, “Synchrotron/Industry hardware co-developments” and “Synchrotron/Industry methodological […]
It was exciting to be involved in this TEESMAT scientific case study. We contributed to the design and acquisition of ex situ X-ray scattering/diffraction tomography measurements of industrially-relevant prolonged cycled Li-ion batteries at beamline ID31 of the ESRF. The data handling of the raw data (ca. 2.25 TB) and the analysis of the ca. 6,500,000 […]
It was good to see everyone and celebrate at the Cross-cluster project close meeting. It was a very successful project on Accelerating neutron tomography with applied deep learning. We have developed two novel approaches using neural networks to denoise and remove angular undersampling artefacts in tomography datasets; we developed and demonstrated them using neutron tomography […]
Join us for an undergraduate summer internship with Faraday in the Chemical Imaging of Batteries. Studying a STEM degree? Wondering what career to pursue? Interested in finding out more about the battery sector? Keen to spend time with a dynamic community of pioneering battery researchers seeking to find solutions to support a fully electric future? […]
Our Chief Scientific Officer Prof. Andrew Beale will be speaking at an afternoon workshop on the topic of Neutron Powder Diffraction on Catalytic Materials on 22 March at 13:30 GMT. The workshop will take place in Building R68, Room CR12, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, OX11 0QX. Neutron diffraction is a powerful technique for […]
We invite applications for a Machine Learning and Tomography Scientist. The position is initially limited to 1 year. As the Machine Learning and Tomography Scientist, you will be responsible for developing algorithms and machine/deep learning models to handle, analyse and denoise X-ray CT, spectroscopy and diffraction/scattering data. For more information and to apply visit – […]
Finden were pleased to be mentioned in the Faraday Institution 2020/21 Annual report on batteries. The report covers how the organisation is: Conducting ground-breaking research to improve battery performance Accelerating research to commercial outcomes Inspiring and training the next generation Informing policy and engaging the public. More information in the Faraday Institution annual report on […]
The last publication of the CAROTS project: The CAROTS Startup Guide has been published. This guide has been written within the CAROTS project with contribution from our Director Dr Simon Jacques and CSO Prof Andrew Beale to help future founders of Scientific Service Companies (SSCs). It is a tailored guide that will help scientists on […]