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Passport_Michael Ajana

Michael Olasunkanmi Ajana

PhD student

Research interests

  • Engineering

Biography

Michael Ajana is an Engineering PhD student at King's College London, whose primary research interest is in Nano-Systems Design. Prior to joining King's, he achieved a first class honors in Chemical/Petroleum Technology from University of Jos (Nigeria), and a master's with distinction in Oil and Gas Engineering from Coventry University. 

Thesis title

Design, Synthesis and Optimization of Photonic Nanocrystals for CERN Detectors

Research interests

  • Synthesis of nanoparticles and nano-systems
  • Computational Materials Design
  • Systems Modelling and Optimization
  • Nano-characterization techniques
  • Flow Chemistry

PhD supervision

Principal supervisor: Professor Harris Makatsoris.

Further details

See Michael's research profile

Events

06MarAbstract Africa research

African researchers as symbols of African agency

African scholars from diverse disciplines discuss the ways in which their research expresses African agency.

Events

06MarAbstract Africa research

African researchers as symbols of African agency

African scholars from diverse disciplines discuss the ways in which their research expresses African agency.