Gladden, Lynn

    Lynn Gladden graduated in Chemical Physics from the University of Bristol, UK, before studying for her PhD in the Structure of Inorganic Glasses at the University of Cambridge. She then took a faculty position in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Cambridge where she heads up the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre.

    Lynn’s research interests have been motivated by developing measurement methods, and in particular magnetic resonance techniques, to provide new insights and data which can be used to improve our ability to design chemical engineering processes. Porous materials are central to the operation of many of these processes.

    Lynn is a Fellow of the Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering in the UK, and was elected a Foreign Member of the US NAE in 2015.