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This compulsory session is intended to welcome new graduate students to the Department of Chemistry Library service.

The self-taught Moodle course will briefly cover how the physical library space can be used and, most importantly, give you practical information on how you can access the wide range of electronic resources available to you remotely. It will also cover the services available to you from other Cambridge libraries.

This course is intended to set you up so you can start to do your research as efficiently and effectively as possible.

This compulsory online course will equip you with the skills required to manage the research information you will need to gather throughout your graduate course, as well as the publications you will produce yourself. It will also help you enhance your online research profile and measure the impact of research.

The course is self-taught through Moodle, you can enrol here:

IS4 is a compulsory online course for all first year PhD and new MPhil students. (MPhil students from 2022-23, now in the first year of a PhD are not expected to complete the course again this year).

This course will equip you with the skills required to manage the data you will be collecting throughout your graduate course. It will also help you understand the importance of sharing your data openly.

The course is self-taught on Moodle, with self-enrolment here:

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department.

  • The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements.
  • The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

Enrol onto the Moodle course and access notes here:

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

Join Cambridge Careers Consultant, Raj Sidhu for a discursive and interactive session where you will learn:

  • What career options are open to you after a Chemistry PhD or PostDoc
  • What alumni of the Department of Chemistry are doing now
  • How to structure and approach career-thinking, during your PhD or PostDoc

All questions will be warmly welcomed throughout.