Work with us

CEEM is a world-leading research centre for the understanding, design and development of new, energy efficient materials. Our powerful predictive modelling combined with the deep insights of our atomistic technologies enables our industrial partners to become more competitive, develop new products and open new markets.

Working with CEEM is the smart way to solve the applied materials problems that are vital to successfully developing your business.

Flexible and responsive, we provide a range of research collaborative packages tailored to meet the needs of our partners.

Whether it is an industrial research placement, a three-year bespoke project, or a partnership within a larger consortium, CEEM works with you to find solutions.

We help our partners source research council and European funding to maximise the benefits of our research while minimising the risk to their ongoing operations.

Working with us could not be easier.

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Contact us

Centre for Energy Efficient Materials
ceem@york.ac.uk
+44 (0)1904 322251
Department of Physics, University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD

Contact us

CEEM welcomes enquiries from industry partners, research institutions, third sector organisations and independent researchers. 

For enquiries from businesses interested in learning more about CEEM or working with our members please contact Keith McKenna, Director of the Centre for Energy Efficient Materials.

Keith McKenna

Telephone: +44 (0)1904 322251

Email: ceem@york.ac.uk

ICT

CEEM’s innovative, atomic engineering based on world leading first principles modelling is leading the way in developing advanced materials for the semiconductor industry.

Solar energy

CEEM’s fundamental research into the management and manipulation of light using novel gratings to improve panel performance is changing the face of the solar energy market.

Energy conversion

CEEM’s research is atomically engineering smart technologies that will help convert clean electrical energy into mechanical energy much more efficiently.

Catalysis

CEEM’s fundamental research into carbon capture and utilisation could be a game changer in the fight against climate change and the quest for cleaner energy.

Contact us

Centre for Energy Efficient Materials
ceem@york.ac.uk
+44 (0)1904 322251
Department of Physics, University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD