The McKelveyLab uses electrochemistry to understand the effect of nanostructure in energy storage and conversion technologies, such as batteries, fuel cells, solar cells, sensors. We are located in the School of Chemistry in Trinity College Dublin.
Join the group:
A fully funded PhD position is currently available.
Title: CO2 Electrocatalysis on Individual Bimetallic Nanoparticles
Application date: 31 January 2019
Project overview: CO2 Electrocatalysis on Individual Bimetallic Nanoparticles
Method for Dynamically Detecting Secretions from Single Cells Using a Nanopore
Eamonn Kennedy, Mohammad Hokmabadi, Zhuxin Dong, Kim McKelvey, Edward M. Nelson, and Gregory Timp
Nano Lett., 2018.
Single Ag Nanoparticle Collisions within a Dual-Electrode Micro-Gap Cell
Kim McKelvey, Donald A Robinson, Nicholas J Vitti, Martin Andrew Edwards, Henry White
Faraday Discussions, 2018.
Selective increase in CO2 electroreduction activity at grain-boundary surface terminations
Ruperto G. Mariano, Kim McKelvey, Henry S. White, Matthew W. Kanan
Redox-Cycling in Nanogap Electrochemical Cells
Henry S. White, Kim McKelvey
Curr. Opin. Electrochem., 2018.
Three-Dimensional Super-resolution Imaging of Single Nanoparticles Delivered by Pipettes
Yun Yu, Vignesh Sundaresan, Sabyasachi Bandyopadhyay, Yulun Zhang, Martin A. Edwards, Kim McKelvey, Henry S. White, Katherine A. Willets
ACS Nano, 2017.
Microscale 2.5D Batteries
Kim McKelvey, A. Alec. Talin, Bruce Dunn, Henry S. White
J. Electrochem. Soc., 2017.
Nanopipettes as a tool for single nanoparticle electrochemistry
Kim McKelvey, Sean German, Yulun Zhang, Henry S. White, Martin A. Edwards
Curr. Opin. Electrochem., 2017.