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Professor Jonathan Coleman

Professsor of Chemical Physics (Physics)
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Jonathan Coleman has been a lecturer in Physics at Trinity College Dublin since 2001. He graduated with First Class Honours and a gold medal in Physics in 1995 and completed a PhD in Physics in TCD in 1999 .
Dr Coleman's main area of research is the study of Carbon nanotubes. These nanoscale cylinders, just a millionth of a millimeter wide but up to millimeters in length are more conductive than copper and many times stronger than steel. To harness these properties, Coleman's work focuses on mixing nanotubes with plastics to create new, functional composite materials. This work has resulted in electrically conductive plastics and lightweight composites with the strength of steel.
One highlight of this work was the fabrication of polymer-nanotube fibres as strong as the strongest steel and over a hundred times tougher than Kevlar. This work was published in Nature in 2003 and received global publicity.
In total Dr Coleman has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and one patent. Recently Dr Coleman and co-workers received over a million dollars from the prestigious Human Frontier Science Program to study interactions between nanotubes and biomolecules. He also just recieved an SFI PI award for 1.1 million to study exfiliation of nanotubes and graphene. Prof. Coleman is a joint lead PI (with Prof J Boland) on an SFI funded collaborative project with Hewlett Packard to develop flexible, transparent metal films for electrode applications.
  AC CONDUCTIVITY   Applied physics   ARC DISCHARGE   BEHAVIOR   BLACK   BLENDS   BRIGHTNESS   CARBON   Carbon nanostructures   CARBON NANOTUBE   CARBON NANOTUBES   CARBON NANOTUBULE   Colloids   COMPOSITE   Composite materials   COMPOSITES   CONDUCTIVITY   CONJUGATED POLYMER   CONJUGATED POLYMERS   DEVICES   DIFFUSION-LIMITED AGGREGATION   DISORDERED SOLIDS   ELECTROLUMINESCENCE   ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE   ELECTRONIC-PROPERTIES   EXCITATIONS   FREQUENCY   Fullerenes   FULLERENES AND DERIVATIVES   GRAPHITE   INDIVIDUAL CARBON NANOTUBES   INFRARED AND RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY   LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES   Materials technology, engineering   MULTIPHOTON ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY   Nanotechnology   Nanotubes   OPTICAL ABSORPTION AND EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY   OPTICAL-PROPERTIES   ORGANIC POLYMER   PERCOLATION-THRESHOLD   PHOTO INDUCED ABSORPTION   PHOTOLUMINESCENCE   Photovoltaic systems, cells and modules manufacturing   Plastics   POLY(PHENYLENE VINYLENE) AND DERIVATIVES   POLYMER   Polymers   RESONANCE   SEPARATION   SINGLE   SINGLE-WALL   SPIN-RESONANCE   Textiles technology   TOOL   TRANSPORT
 High Performance polymer-nanotube composites: Plastics as strong as steel
 Peptide coated nanotubes: toxicity and targeted cell ablation

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Membership of Institute of Physics 1991-
Zhang C.J, McKeon L, Kremer M.P, Park S.-H, Ronan O, Seral†Ascaso A, Barwich S, Coileáin C.Ã", McEvoy N, Nerl H.C, Anasori B, Coleman J.N, Gogotsi Y, Nicolosi V, Additive-free MXene inks and direct printing of micro-supercapacitors, Nature Communications, 10, (1), 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
Carrasco J.A, Harvey A, Hanlon D, Lloret V, McAteer D, Sanchis-Gual R, Hirsch A, Hauke F, Abellán G, Coleman J.N, Coronado E, Liquid phase exfoliation of carbonate-intercalated layered double hydroxides, Chemical Communications, 55, (23), 2019, p3315 - 3318, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
Zhang C.J, Park S.-H, Seral†Ascaso A, Barwich S, McEvoy N, Boland C.S, Coleman J.N, Gogotsi Y, Nicolosi V, High capacity silicon anodes enabled by MXene viscous aqueous ink, Nature Communications, 10, (1), 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
O'suilleabhain D, Vega-Mayoral V, Kelly A.G, Harvey A, Coleman J.N, Percolation Effects in Electrolytically Gated WS 2 /Graphene Nano:Nano Composites, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 11, (8), 2019, p8545 - 8555, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI  URL
Biccai, S. and Barwich, S. and Boland, D. and Harvey, A. and Hanlon, D. and McEvoy, N. and Coleman, J.N., Exfoliation of 2D materials by high shear mixing, 2D Materials, 6, (1), 2019, 015008-, Notes: [cited By 0], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Sang-Hoon Park, Paul J. King, Ruiyuan Tian, Conor S. Boland, Joao Coelho, Chuanfang (John) Zhang, Patrick McBean, Niall McEvoy, Matthias P. Kremer, Dermot Daly, Jonathan N. Coleman* and Valeria Nicolosi*, High Areal Capacity Battery Electrodes Enabled by Segregated Nanotube Networks, 2019, p1 -24 , Journal Article, SUBMITTED  TARA - Full Text
Tian, R., Park, S.-H., King, P.J., (...), Nicolosi, V., Coleman, J.N. , Quantifying the factors limiting rate-performance in battery electrodes, Nature Communications, 10, (1), 2019, p1933 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Vega-Mayoral V 1, Tian R , Kelly AG , Griffin A , Harvey A , Borrelli M , Nisi K , Backes C , Coleman JN ., Solvent exfoliation stabilizes TiS2 nanosheets against oxidation, facilitating lithium storage applications, Nanoscale, 11, (13), 2019, p6206-6216 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Backes C, Campi D, Szydlowska BM, Synnatschke K, Ojala E, Rashvand F, Harvey A, Griffin A, Sofer Z, Marzari N, Coleman JN, O'Regan DD., Equipartition of Energy Defines the Size-Thickness Relationship in Liquid-Exfoliated Nanosheets., ACS nano, 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Gough, J.J. and McEvoy, N. and O'Brien, M. and Bell, A.P. and McManus, J. and McCloskey, D. and Boland, J.B. and Coleman, J.N. and Duesberg, G.S. and Louise Bradley, A., Nonradiative Energy Transfer and Photocurrent Enhancements in Hybrid Quantum Dot-MoS2 Devices, Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks, 2018 20th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON), 2018-July, 2018, pp8473673-, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  DOI
  

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Award Date
Fellowship of Trinity College Dublin 2005-