Dr Charlie Wand (he/him)
Lecturer in Natural Sciences, University of Exeter
I’m a lecturer in Natural Sciences at the University of Exeter working on computer simulations of complex fluids and soft matter systems. The work I do crosses the boundaries of chemistry, physics, and engineering and gives me the opportunity to work closely with industrial partners whilst undertaking fundamental research.
April 2022: Featured as a Trailblazing LGBTQ+ Chemist by ACS C&EN. Read the article here.
January 2022: Featured LGBTQ+ ChemE Professional for AIChE. Read my profile.
January 2022: New paper on the Molecular Origins of Epoxy-Amine/Iron Oxide Interphase Formation is out with Suzanne Morsch and collaborators from the SusCoRD project.
I’m originally from Swindon and now live in Exeter. I spend my spare time drawing, going to the theatre, and playing with my dog, Beatrix. Read more about me, including my CV, here
I use computer simulations to investigate physical properties of soft materials with industrial applications. These materials are found all around us in everyday life, from shampoo to paint through to LCD screens. Read more about it here
Equality, Inclusion and Diversity
I am actively working to promote inclusion and diversity within STEM, particularly from the LGBTQ+ community. Read more about it here