Dr Tamas Bansagi

Dr Tamas Bansagi

School of Chemistry
Teaching Fellow

Contact details

Address
School of Chemistry
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT

Tamas is a Teaching Fellow in Physical Chemistry. He has held various research positions in the field of Reaction Kinetics and Self-organisation in Chemical Systems and has been engaged in the development of web-applications for Teaching and Learning.

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Qualifications

  • PhD in Physical Chemistry, University of Szeged, Hungary, 2005
  • MChem in Chemistry, University of Szeged, Hungary, 2001

Biography

After obtaining his PhD, Tamas did his postdoctoral research in Physical Chemistry at Florida State University and Brandeis University in the USA, before moving to the University of Leeds on a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship. Prior to joining the University of Birmingham, he was a Research Associate in Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Sheffield.

Teaching

  • 1st Year and 2nd Year Physical Chemistry
  • Chemistry for Engineering Students

Publications

  • Bansagi, Jr., T.; Rodgers, T. L., “Interactive Graphic Web-apps for Teaching Ternary Diagrams and Liquid–Liquid Extraction”, Educ. Chem. Eng. 22, 27 (2018)
  • Jee, E.; Bansagi, Jr., T.; Taylor, A. F.; Pojman, J. A. "Temporal Control of Gelation and Polymerization Fronts Driven by an Autocatalytic Enzyme Reaction", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 55, 2127 (2016)
  • Muzika, F.; Bansagi, Jr., T.; Schreiber, I.; Schreiberova, L.; Taylor, A. F., "A Bistable Switch in pH in Urease-loaded Alginate Beads", Chem. Commun., 50, 11107 (2014)
  • Bansagi, Jr., T.; Vanag, V. K.; Epstein, I. R., "Tomography of Reaction–Diffusion Microemulsions Reveals Three-Dimensional Turing Patterns", Science, 331, 1309 (2011)
  • Pagano, J. J.; Bansagi, Jr., T.; Steinbock, O., "Bubble Templated and Flow Controlled Synthesis of Macroscopic Silica Tubes Supporting Zinc Oxide Nanostructures", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 47, 9900 (2008)
  • Bansagi, Jr., T.; Steinbock, O., "Nucleation and Collapse of Scroll Rings in Excitable Media" Phys. Rev. Lett., 97, 198301 (2006)