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BiographyJacob is a PhD student in the CoMo group and a member of Churchill College. He completed a Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Chemistry and Physics followed by Masters in Chemistry at the University of Auckland (New Zealand). This included research in the areas of ultrafast spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Bayesian data analysis, computational chemistry and microfluidics.
Jacob has strong interests in renewable energy, pollution reduction and carbon nanomaterials. He uses physical models and simulations to describe the chemical world and is developing instruments to measure chemical properties. Jacob is currently studying the formation of soot in engines using molecular dynamics and quantum chemistry to look at gas-soot interactions and self-assembly processes within carbon materials.
188: The polarisation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons curved by pentagon incorporation: the role of the flexoelectric dipole
ref: Technical Report 188, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2017 by Jacob W. Martin, Radomir I. Slavchov, Edward K. Y. Yapp, Jethro Akroyd, Sebastian Mosbach, and Markus Kraft
171: A Big Data Framework to Validate Thermodynamic Data for Chemical Species
ref: Technical Report 171, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2016 by Philipp Buerger, Jethro Akroyd, Jacob W. Martin, and Markus Kraft
167: Can soot particles burn from the inside?
ref: Technical Report 167, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2016 by Peter Grancic, Jacob W. Martin, Dongping Chen, Sebastian Mosbach, and Markus Kraft
Giant fullerene formation through thermal treatment of fullerene soot,
Jacob W. Martin, Grant J. McIntosh, Rakesh Arul, Reece N. Oosterbeek, Markus Kraft, and Tilo Söhnel, Carbon 125, 132-138, (2017)
A big data framework to validate thermodynamic data for chemical species,
Philipp Buerger, Jethro Akroyd, Jacob W. Martin, and Markus Kraft, Combustion and Flame 176, 584-591, (2017)
Can nascent soot particles burn from the inside?,
Peter Grancic, Jacob W. Martin, Dongping Chen, Sebastian Mosbach, and Markus Kraft, Carbon 109, 608-615, (2016)
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