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Dr Daniel Slocombe

Dr Daniel Slocombe

Lecturer - Teaching and Research

School of Engineering

Email
slocombed1@cardiff.ac.uk
Campuses
E/3.16, S/1.07

Overview

Dr Daniel R. Slocombe BEng PhD FHEA is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Engineering and is Head of Teaching for the department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He carries out interdisciplinary research in engineering and chemistry, focussing upon electromagnetics and materials, with applications in energy and environmental science.

Biography

Dr Daniel R. Slocombe BEng PhD FHEA received the Ph.D. degree in Electronic Engineering from Cardiff University, UK. From 2002 until 2006 he was an engineer in the Royal Air Force and from 2012 until 2015 he was a Research Fellow in the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory at the University of Oxford, UK. He is currently Head of Teaching for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Cardiff University and a member of the Centre for High Frequency Engineering. He has carried out research in many areas of microwave science and high frequency materials including microwave activation of catalytic processes, synthesis of functional oxides, dielectric spectroscopy and new methods using Electron Paramagnetic Resonance.

Publications

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Teaching

Head of Teaching, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

EN1093 - Engineering Mathematics (Module leader)

EN3082/ENT782 - HF and RF Engineering (Module leader)

EN4806/ENT776 - High Frequency Electronic Materials (Module leader)

Supervised Students

Title Student Status Degree

ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SEMICONDUCTING METAL OXIDES UNDER EXTERNAL STIMULATION.

PARTRIDGE Samuel Lee Current PhD

RF techniques applied to additive manufacturing

PARKER Nyle Current PhD

RADIATION-BASED TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCED MICROBICIDAL ACTIVITY OF BIOCIDES

PASCOE Michael Current PhD

MICROWAVE CHARACTERISATION OF AMMINES FOR ENERGY STORAGE APPLICATIONS

BARTER Michael Current PhD

Biomedical Applications of Microwave Engineering

SHKAL Fatma Ahmed Current PhD

Diamond-Based Optical Field Devices for Functional Ion Channel Imaging

MASON Andrew Current PhD