Dr Euan Doidge is a Senior Teaching Fellow in the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Euan completed his MChem at The University of Edinburgh in 2014. He was awarded a Principal’s Career Development Scholarship to remain at the university to pursue a PhD in Chemistry, which he completed in 2018 under the supervision of Prof. Jason Love and Prof. Peter Tasker. Euan then joined Imperial College London as a Teaching Fellow in April 2018.
From mining nickel from rocks, to recycling gold from waste electronics, his research exploits coordination and supramolecular chemistry to develop and better understand chemical separation processes for more efficient and environmentally friendlier metal production.
Euan is also interested in various areas of Chemistry Education research, including:
- learning analytics to monitor student engagement, retention, and progression
- new technologies for visualisations in teaching and learning (AR/VR)
- learning through play - teaching and sense of community and belonging through game play and instructional design
- and more!
et al., 2017, Developing laboratory skills by incorporating peer-review and digital badges, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, Vol:18, ISSN:1109-4028, Pages:403-419
et al., 2016, The Influence of the Hofmeister Bias and the Stability and Speciation of Chloridolanthanates on Their Extraction from Chloride Media, Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange, Vol:34, ISSN:0736-6299, Pages:579-593
et al., 2016, A Simple Primary Amide for the Selective Recovery of Gold from Secondary Resources, Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, Vol:55, ISSN:1433-7851, Pages:12436-12439