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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

Department of Physics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Angela Harper

Angela Harper

Winton Scholar

Supervisors: Professor Mike Payne and Dr. Andrew Morris

Theory of Condensed Matter Group and Department of Chemistry


Biography:

MPhil in Physics, University of Cambridge (2018)
BSc in Physics, Wake Forest University, USA (2017)

Research Interests

Ab Initio Studies of Materials for Lithium and Beyond-Lithium Batteries

Key Publications

Controlling nucleation, growth, and orientation of metal halide perovskite thin films with rationally selected additives, 
Benjamin J Foley, Justin Girard, Blaire A Sorenson, Alexander Z Chen, J Scott Niezgoda, Matthew R Alpert, Angela F Harper, Detlef-M Smilgies, Paulette Clancy, Wissam A Saidi, Joshua J Choi 
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 5 (1), 113-123

 

An atlas of peroxiredoxins created using an active site profile-based approach to functionally relevant clustering of proteins, 
Angela F Harper, Janelle B Leuthaeuser, Patricia C Babbitt, John H Morris, Thomas E Ferrin, Leslie B Poole, Jacquelyn S Fetrow 
PLoS computational biology 13 (2), e1005284

 

An approach to functionally relevant clustering of the protein universe: Active site profile‐based clustering of protein structures and sequences, 
Stacy T Knutson, Brian M Westwood, Janelle B Leuthaeuser, Brandon E Turner, Don Nguyendac, Gabrielle Shea, Kiran Kumar, Julia D Hayden, Angela F Harper, Shoshana D Brown, John H Morris, Thomas E Ferrin, Patricia C Babbitt, Jacquelyn S Fetrow 
Protein Science 26 (4), 677-699

 

DASP3: identification of protein sequences belonging to functionally relevant groups, 
Janelle B Leuthaeuser, John H Morris, Angela F Harper, Thomas E Ferrin, Patricia C Babbitt, Jacquelyn S Fetrow 
BMC bioinformatics 17 (1), 458

 

Laser‐Printed Organic Thin‐Film Transistors, 
Peter J Diemer, Angela F Harper, Muhammad R Niazi, Anthony J Petty, John E Anthony, Aram Amassian, Oana D Jurchescu 
Advanced Materials Technologies 2 (11), 1700167