Josh Baptiste

Role
PhD Student
Room
A48
EMail
Biography

Joshua Baptiste was awarded his MSci degree in Chemistry from the University of Nottingham in 2016. During his final year, he worked with Prof. Elena Besley investigating the electrostatic interactions between charged fragments in the electrospraying phenomenon. He then stayed on at the University of Nottingham with Prof. Elena Besley to undertake an industrial CASE PhD scheme alongside GSK and is currently working on modelling the electrostatic cohesion within dry powder inhalers.

Current Research Project
Research Interests

  • Electrostatic Self-assembly
  • Dynamic Simulations of Electrostatic Systems
  • Many-body Electrostatic Interactions
List of Publications
1.
Coulomb fission in multiply charged molecular clusters: Experiment and theory.
Harris, C., Baptiste, J., Lindgren, E. B., Besley, E. and Stace, A. J.
Journal of Chemical Physics, 2017, 146, 164302.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4981918