Dr. David J. Payne is a Reader and Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Department of Materials, Imperial College London. He received his MChem degree in chemistry from the University of Wales, Cardiff (now known as Cardiff University) in 2004, and his DPhil in chemistry from the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford in 2008. He was elected to a Junior Research Fellowship at Christ Church, University of Oxford in 2007, a position he held for 4 years before being appointed as Lecturer in the Department of Materials, Imperial College London in 2011. In the same year he was awarded a prestigious University Research Fellowship from the Royal Society. David has published 65 papers in peer-reviewed journals to date. The research in his laboratory is focused on understanding the surface chemistry and bulk electronic structure of a wide range of materials, from oxides to metals, nanomaterials to biomaterials. A main focus of his research is on the development and application of novel photoelectron spectroscopic techniques. This includes a state-of-the-art high-pressure photoelectron spectroscopy (HPXPS), which along with a high-throughput XPS system forms the Advanced Photoelectron Spectroscopy Laboratory at Imperial. He also collaborates widely with colleagues from around the world and performs experiments at a variety of synchrotrons such as hard X-ray and angle resolved photoelectron spectroscopies (HAXPES & ARPES). He sits on a number of committees and is currently a member of the EPSRC Strategic Advisory Team for capital equipment.
You can contact Dr. Payne at the address/email below:
Department of Materials
Imperial College London
London SW7 2AZ
Tel: +44 (0)20 759 42585
Email: d.payne – at – imperial.ac.uk