Tel: 01865 272 137
Web Link: http://goodwin.chem.ox.ac.uk/
Andrew Goodwin graduated from the University of Sydney in 2002 with majors in Chemistry and Pure Mathematics. He was subsequently a graduate student both at the University of Sydney and at Trinity College, Cambridge, obtaining a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from the former (2004) and a Ph.D. in Physical Crystallography from the latter (2006). In 2004, he was elected to a Junior Research Fellowship in Materials Science at Trinity – a position he held until joining the Faculty at Oxford Chemistry in 2009.
Dr Goodwin was Visiting Fellow at the Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University in 2007, and was awarded an EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellowship in 2008.
Undergraduate: Inorganic Chemistry
'Rational design of materials with extreme negative compressibility' J Am Chem Soc 134, 4454-4456 (2012)
'Empirical magnetic structure solution of frustrated spin systems' Physical Review Letters 108, 017204 (2012)
'Applications of pair distribution function methods to contemporary problems in materials chemistry' J Mater Chem 21, 6464-6476 (2011)
'Structure determination of disordered materials from diffraction data' Phys Rev Lett 104, 125501 (2011)
'Structure and properties of an amorphous metal–organic framework' Phys Rev Lett 104, 115503 (2010)
'Colossal positive and negative thermal expansion in the framework material Ag3[Co(CN)6]' Science 319, 794-797 (2008)