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Cambridge Graphene Centre

Research Centre on Graphene, Layered Crystals and Hybrid Nanomaterials

Prof. Sir Mark Welland FRS FREng

<b>E-mail:</b> mew10&lt;at&gt;
<p style="margin-top:-20px; text-align:justify;">Professor Sir Mark Welland is Head of The Nanoscience Centre, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge.</p>
<p style="margin-top:-10px; text-align:justify;">In addition to his role with the University of Cambridge, Professor Sir Mark Welland has been Chief Scientific Advisor in the UK Ministry of Defence since 2008; where he directs the science and technology p
<p style="margin-top:-10px; text-align:justify;">He began his scientific career in nanotechnology at IBM Research in New York, developing one of the first scanning tunnelling microscopes. He later moved to Cambridge where he founded the Nanoscience Centre
<p style="margin-top:-10px; text-align:justify;">This was the base for the Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC) in Nanotechnology of which Sir Welland was the Director and whose highly successful legacy has been far reaching. He current research
<p style="margin-top:-10px; text-align:justify;">In 2002 his contributions to nanotechnology research were recognised through his election to Fellowships of the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering. In 2011 he was awarded the ‘Office of the Secr
<p style="margin-top:-10px; text-align:justify;">He was awarded his knighthood in the 2011 Birthday Honours list. He is also a Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge.</p>
Prof. Sir Mark  Welland