Kristin Lund

Kristin Lund

Physics and Astronomy, University of St Andrews

Tenure since 2016

A Galactic scale theory for star formationthumb Kristin Lund

One of the main questions humanity has been asking itself, and the world around us, concerns origins. 

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Beth Johnston

Beth Johnston

Chemistry, University of Glasgow

Tenure since 2016

Nanostructured high energy density materials for positive insertion electrodes: towards high voltage all solid-state batteries

Beth’s research aims to develop next generation high energy density lithium ion batteries through the synthesis of new, high voltage cathode materials. This research also aims to tackle ongoing thumb Beth Johnstonsafety and sustainability issues persistent in current lithium ion battery technology and contribute to the further development of environmentally-friendly production of energy storage materials.

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Lyndsay Kerr

Mathematics and Statistics, University of Strathclyde

Tenure since 2016

Non-autonomous coagulation-fragmentation equations

My research is focussed on non-autonomous coagulation-fragmentation equations.  In the natural and industrial world there are many instances in which clusters of particles combine to form larger thumb Lyndsey Kerrclusters and fragment into smaller clusters; the evolution of these clusters is described by coagulation-fragmentation equations.

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Wendy McGlashan

History of Art, University of Aberdeen

Tenure since 2016

Enlightenment Society Observed: The Edinburgh Portraits of John Kay 1784-1822

According to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004), John Kay (1742-1826), an Edinburgh barber turned self-taught artist, was ‘never an accomplished draughtsman or a master of thumb Wendythetechnicalities of etching’, with his work being ‘quaint’ and ‘solely of antiquarian value’. However, in his own self-portrait of 1786, rather than a ‘quaint’ amateur, Kay projects the image of a self-confident artist and classical scholar.

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