Sung is working on a project to include refinement of anharmonic atomic displacement parameters in CRYSTALS. When he is not in the office, he can be found at Oxford Entrepreneur’s club, on the squash court, the real-tennis court, or injuring himself playing rugby for St Edmund Hall.
James is developing new anisotropic motion restraints for the CRYSTALS refinement software. When not in the lab or Exeter bar, he can be found collaborating with the cylons, usually to the detriment of the twelve colonies of humanity.
Jérôme’s Part II project used machine learning techniques to develop predictive models for crystallisation. He has returned to the group for a further 3 years and will be extending his earlier work to the study materials at the edge of crystallinity. He is currently serving as captain of Worcester MCR football team.