Mr Adam Stones


Adam's principal interest is in the theoretical description of liquids, which he probes using experimental model systems composed of microparticles. He works mainly on two-dimensional materials, which are increasingly relevant since the advent of graphene, and is particularly interested in the fluid-crystal phase transition and associated interfacial phenomena.

A chemist by training, Adam also has a strong interest in condensed matter physics and applied mathematics, especially the role of geometry, topology and symmetry in the theory of materials.

Outside of science, Adam enjoys singing and running.

Adam Stones

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