About Professor Gregory Warr

Molecular Self-Assembly: My research is directed at understanding how complex materials arise from competing intermolecular forces, and how this understanding allows us to design new materials. This includes, among other things, the self-assembly of surfactants and polymers into micelles, liquid crystals and microemulsions, the stability of nanoparticle dispersions, and the bulk and interfacial structure of ionic liquids. To do so we make extensive use of neutron and x-ray beam techniques to interrogate matter on the nanometer scale.

Professor Warr is a researcher in the School of Chemistry. For more information about Professor Warr, please refer to his Academic Profile Online.