Prof. Andrew J. Pell
Andrew Pell graduated in 2005 with an MSci from the University of Cambridge in Natural Sciences, specializing in chemistry. He stayed on at Cambridge to complete a PhD on pure shift NMR under the supervision of James Keeler in 2009. Afterwards he moved to the Centre de RMN à Très Hauts Champs at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon to perform postdoctoral work in paramagnetic solid-state NMR on materials and metalloproteins with Guido Pintacuda and Lyndon Emsley. He returned to Cambridge in 2014 for a second postdoc with Clare P. Grey on paramagnetic solid-state NMR of lithium-ion battery materials.
In April 2016 he took a tenure track position at the Material and Environmental Chemistry at Stockholm University, first as assistant professor before being promoted to associated professor in April 2019. His group works on the development and application of solid-state NMR methods for materials chemistry.