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Dr Michael Tayler

Marie Curie Fellow 2014-2017

Nuclear magnetic resonance

Optical, atomic and molecular physics

Quantum control


Michael is a postdoc fellow sponsored by the EU Marie Curie actions program (FP7), hosted by Lynn Gladden at the MRRC/CEB.  He researches methods for nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in the ultra-low field regime, which equates to around 0.1-100 nanotesla for most molecular systems.  He alse investigates other techniques that allow NMR spectra with high chemical resolution to be obtained without the use of superconducting magnets.  He moved to the MRRC in Cambridge during September 2016 after completing the first two years of the fellowship in the Physics department at University of California at Berkeley, USA.

Prior to this position, Michael worked in the Institute for Molecules and Materials at Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.  The focus of his research was in microfluidics, supercritical fluid chromatography and NMR.

Research Interests

Magnetic Resonance group


  • Applied Optics
  • Chemical Sensing
  • NMR
  • Biosensors
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