Stephen Mansell is an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Chemical Sciences at Heriot-Watt University. The research interests of the Mansell group focus on harnessing main group and transition metal chemistry in unison in order to develop better catalysts. Specific targets include hydrogen transfer and hydrogen-borrowing processes, as well as C–H bond activation. He obtained his MSci degree from Imperial College London in 2005 and his PhD from The University of Bristol in 2009. After post-doctoral work in boron chemistry and small molecule activation mediated by organometallic complexes of uranium, he started his current position in 2013.
Assistant Professor, Heriot-Watt University, from September 2013
Post-doctoral research associate, The University of Bath, 2013
Post-doctoral research fellow, The University of Edinburgh, 2010-2013
Post-doctoral research assistant, The University of Bristol, 2009-2010
PhD, The University of Bristol, 2005-2009
MSci in Chemistry, Imperial College London, 2001-2005
Presentations at conferences
14 Jun 2017 Invited seminar at the University of York.
8 May 2017 Poster Presentation at the Royal Society, London, at a meeting on Sustainable Catalysis.
4 Sep 2016 Presentation at MICRA 2016, held at The University of Bath.
30 Mar 2016 Presentation at the Dalton Joint Interest Meeting at The University of Warwick.
10 Sep 2014 Presentation on Developing unconventional ligands for new reactivity at MICRA 2014 meeting which is the Meeting for Inorganic Chemists Recently Appointed.
15 Apr 2014 Presentation on N-heterocyclic stannylenes at Dalton 2014 joint meeting of the interests groups.
19 Mar 2014 Presentation on Unconventional ligands: Developing the coordination chemistry of N-heterocyclic stannylenes to ca. 180 at the Scottish Regional Dalton Meeting at The University of St. Andrews.