Corday-Morgan Prize 2010 Winner


Euan Brechin
Euan Brechin
University of Edinburgh

Awarded for the development of new principles for the synthesis of molecular magnetic materials, for the understanding of their magnetic behaviour and for the development of their applications especially in magnetic cooling


About the Winner


Euan Brechin was born in Greenock, Scotland in 1972. He completed both his BSc and PhD degrees at The University of Edinburgh, the latter under the supervision of Professor Richard Winpenny.

After postdoctoral work with Professor George Christou at Indiana University he was awarded a Lloyd's of London Tercentenary Foundation Fellowship at the University of Manchester.

In 2003 he was awarded an EPSRC Advanced Fellowship at the same institution, before moving to the University of Edinburgh in September 2004, where he is now Reader in Inorganic Chemistry.

His research interests are in synthetic coordination chemistry, molecular magnetism and the magnetic applications of polymetallic complexes. In particular he is interested in making and characterising single-molecule magnets (SMMs) and magnetic coolants.


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