Imperial College London

Professor Jason Riley

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Materials

Professor of Materials Electrochemistry
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 6751jason.riley

 
 
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Location

 

B3.37Bessemer BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Materials Chemistry and Biology - MSE 102

Aims

This course is designed to give students the firm foundation in the fundamentals of Materials Chemistry and Biology required in subsequent years of study and to serve as a valuable self-standing unit.  The missions of Materials Chemistry and Biology are to deliver a materials science view of fundamental chemistry concepts, as well as introduce a range of soft matter and polymeric materials.  The course content takes into account the broad spectrum of pre-university syllabi.

 

Role

Lecturer

Nanomaterials II - MSE 412

Aims

This course is designed to provide the students with an insight into the emerging applications of nanotechnology through a series of topically relevant case studies. The underlying nanoscience as well as the engineering aspects of material and device operation is given.  The broader societal impacts of nanotechnology and its impact on human health are explored.

Role

Lecturer

Nanomaterials II - MSE 412

Aims

This course is designed to provide the students with an insight into the emerging applications of nanotechnology through a series of topically relevant case studies. The underlying nanoscience as well as the engineering aspects of material and device operation is given.  The broader societal impacts of nanotechnology and its impact on human health are explored.

Role

Lecturer

Electronic Structures & Opto Electronic Properties - MSE 310

Aims

This course describes the electronic devices used to emit light, transmit light and detect light and to show how these elements can be combined to create integrated systems for fibre optic communications, solar energy conversion and displays.

 

Role

Lecturer

Materials Physics - MSE 105

Aims

This course is designed to give students a firm foundation in the fundamentals of Materials Physics required in subsequent years of study and to serve as a valuable self-standing unit.  The mission of Materials Physics is to explain the physical origins of materials properties.  The course content takes into account the broad spectrum of pre-university syllabi.

 

Role

Lecturer

Nanomaterials I - MSE 312

Aims

This course is designed to provide the student with a fundamental understanding of nanoscience and how this can be applied in technological devices. A mechanistic description of the structure / property relationships will be covered for each class of material with a focus on the specific advantages that nanoscale materials can provide. The student will gain an understanding of the processing routes to produce controlled nanostructures.

 

 

Role

Lecturer