Dr Max Marcus
I am a DPhil student in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry in the group of Dr W. Barford, investigating optical properties in conjugated polymers. I am interested in the structure-property relations of one-dimensional organic semiconductors and how these materials can be improved for applications such as organic solar cells and organic light-emitting diodes.
I teach the first year Mathematics for Chemists course.
- W. Barford and M. Marcus: ‘Theory of Optical Transitions in Curved Chromophores’, Journal of Chemical Physics (accepted).
- M. Marcus, J. Coonjobeeharry and W. Barford: ‘Theory of Optical Transitions in pi-Conjugated Macrocycles’, J. Chem. Phys 144, 154102 (2016).
- W. Barford, M. Marcus and O. R. Tozer: ‘Polarons in pi-Conjugated Polymers: Anderson or Landau?’, J. Phys. Chem. A 120, 615 (2016).
- M. Marcus, O.R. Tozer and W. Barford: ‘Theory of Optical Transitions in Conjugated Polymers. II. Real Systems’, J. Chem. Phys. 141, 164102 (2014).
- W. Barford and M. Marcus: ‘Theory of Optical Transitions in Conjugated Polymers. I. Ideal Systems’, J. Chem. Phys. 141, 164102 (2014).