Gregory Rees received his M.Sc. (Chemistry, 2008) and Ph.D. (Physics, 2012) from the University of Warwick. Greg joined Bruker UK Ltd in 2012 as an applications scientist, 2014 he took up a postdoctoral position in materials solid-state NMR back in Warwick (Physics), and in 2018 became a research fellow at the University of Nottingham (Medicine) specializing in multinuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and its development.
He joined Professor Bruce’s group in February 2019, his research interests include materials solid-state NMR, Ionics, and multinuclear MRI, initially working on the CATMAT project before moving to the SOLBAT project in 2023.
Greg currently holds a Royal Society short-industry fellowship with Oxford Instruments, where he is developing a benchtop pulsed field gradient (PFG) instrument to measure lithium dynamics in solid-state electrolytes.