Bradley's research revolves around the development of novel materials and membranes, and their application in energy and environmental related technologies, with a particular focus on hydrogen applications.
Most recently he have worked on the use of metal organic frameworks, zeolitic imidazolate frameworks, and porous aromatic frameworks as novel gas sorbents and as components of composite membrane systems. He is particularly interested in highly novel applications of post-synthetically modified MOF particles, in membranes, adsorbent systems and fundamental studies of molecular transport through porous materials.
His teaching interests are focused on the use of blended learning approaches, specifically including high-quality educational videos, to enhance chemical engineering education.
In April 2022 Bradley was called to the Paul Wurth Chair in Energy Process Engineering at the University of Luxembourg. He is a Visiting Professor at Imperial College London.
Prasetya N, Teck A, Ladewig BP, 2018, Matrimid-JUC-62 and Matrimid-PCN-250 mixed matrix membranes displaying light-responsive gas separation and beneficial ageing characteristics for CO2/N2 separation, Scientific Reports, Vol:8, ISSN:2045-2322
et al., 2017, Missing Linker Defects in a Homochiral Metal-Organic Framework: Tuning the Chiral Separation Capacity, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol:139, ISSN:1520-5126, Pages:18322-18327
Ladewig BP, jiang S, 2017, High ion-exchange capacity semi-homogeneous cation exchange membranes prepared via a novel polymerization and sulfonation approach in porous polypropylene, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol:9, ISSN:1944-8244, Pages:38612-38620
et al., 2015, Tunable Photodynamic Switching of DArE@PAF-1 for Carbon Capture, Advanced Functional Materials, Vol:25, ISSN:1616-3028, Pages:4405-4411