NanoDTC PhD Student, c2017
I am a second-year PhD student in the Optoelectronics group, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge and visiting student at CAESR, University of Oxford. I studied Physics as an undergraduate at the University of Manchester before joining the Cambridge NanoDTC MRes+PhD program in 2017. After completing my Masters of Research long-project in the Optoelectronics group I decided to stay in the group to pursue my PhD. I am investigating the spin and photo-physics of new organic emitters for OLEDs, with a focus on transient electron spin resonance, time- and temperature-resolved laser spectroscopy, and accurate quantum efficiency measurements.
PhD Supervisors: Prof. Richard Friend – Department of Physics and Dr. Hugo Bronstein – Department of Chemistry
Research Keywords: Laser Spectroscopy, Electron Spin Resonance, Molecular Semiconductors, Organic Electronics