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Student wins ISACS17 Poster Prize

last modified Sep 28, 2015 09:57 AM
Tom Jellicoe (Cohort 2012) is announced winner of the ISACS17 Poster Prize (Challenges in Chemical Renewable Energy) in Brazil.

PhD student Tom Jellicoe was the winner of the ‘Chemistry World’ sponsored Poster Prize at ISACS17 (Challenges in Chemical Renewable Energy) which took place in Rio de Janeiro in early September, 2015. Tom’s poster is titled: “Solar photon multiplication through singlet fission down-conversion” and his research focusses on charge carrier multiplication in nanocrystal-based photovoltaics. You can learn more about his work at the web link featured below.

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