TUTORS

CONFIRMED TUTORS

Tatyana Polenova (USA)
Warren Warren (USA)
Ilya Kuprov (UK)
Vladislav Orekhov (Sweden)

Buchanan Street

Warren Warren

Warren Warren

Duke University

Warren is Senior Deputy Editor of Science Advances, and leads the Physical and Materials Science editor group. Science Advances, the open-access version of Science, accepts about 10% of the 20,000 submissions per year; about 80% of these are direct submissions, not referrals from Science.   He is also the James B. Duke Professor of Physics, Chemistry, Radiology, and Biomedical Engineering at Duke University.  He received his A.B. degree from Harvard in 1977, and his Ph.D. from Berkeley in 1980.  He did postdoctoral work at Caltech until 1982, when he joined the faculty at Princeton, where he remained until moving to Duke in 2005.  Warren’s research interests and papers reflect advances in very fundamental physics or technology, generally using magnetic resonance or nonlinear optics, with applications in extremely complex systems such as spin hyperpolarization, clinical imaging and art conservation. He is also a 13th great-grandson of James V, King of Scotland.

 

Ilya Kuprov

Ilya Kuprov

University of Southampton

Dr Ilya Kuprov FRSC is the lead developer of Spinach package, a Deputy Editor at the Science Advances magazine, and an Associate Professor of Chemical Physics at the University of Southampton. He is working on spin dynamics simulation methods, software, and data processing tools. Major recent results include removing the exponential scaling wall in liquid state NMR simulations, deep neural network data processing method in EPR spectroscopy, and polyadic methods that made it possible to simulate MRI experiments on complex metabolites in the presence of diffusion, flow, and chemical kinetics. IK’s collaborative work spans the entirety of magnetic resonance, from lanthanide EPR spectroscopy all the way to microfluidic MRI.

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

Christophe Copéret

ETH, Zűrich, Switzerland

Prof. Christophe Copéret (CCH) was trained in chemistry and chemical engineering (CPE-Lyon, France, and carried out a PhD with Prof. E.i. Negishi (Purdue University,), where he investigated the synthesis of complex molecules via Pd-catalyzed carbonylation reactions. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. K.B. Sharpless (Scripps), CCH entered CNRS in 1998 and was promoted CNRS Director in 2008. Since 2010, CCH is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zürich, and has become an Associate Editor for JACS in 2022. The scientific interest of CCH lies at the frontiers of molecular, material and surface chemistry as well as NMR spectroscopy with the aims to understand the electronic structure and design molecularly-defined heterogenous catalysts.

www.coperetgroup.ethz.ch

University of Manchester