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Joanna Symonowicz

PhD student in the Di Martino Lab, where we use plasmonics for the characterization of 2D memristive switches.



PhD in Physics, University of Cambridge, Di Martino Lab (2019 – )

MSc in Physics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2016 – 2018)

BEng in Architecture, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland (2011 – 2016)

BSc in Physics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland (2012 – 2015)


Project Assistant, Technical University of Vienna, Austria (2018 – 2019)

Software developer, Acturis Poland, Poland (2018)

BSc employee, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark (2017)

Project member, EIT+ Wroclaw Research Centre, Poland (2015 – 2016)

Architect, MB & Nartekspol Design Studio, Poland (2014 – 2015)


Awards and key publications:

Cambridge Trust European Scholarship (2019)

Winton Scholarship for the Physics of Sustainability (2019)

EPSRC PhD Studentship (2019)

Polish Ministry of Education Award for the Outstanding Achievements (2016)


Ultrafast machine vision with 2D material neural network image sensors, Nature 579 (7797), 2020

Characterization of Cu2ZnSnS4 Particles Obtained by the Hot-Injection Method, ACS omega 5 (18), 2020

Investigation of the light-soaking effect in organic solar cells using dielectric permittivity and electric modulus approaches, Organic Electronics 52, 2018


Research Keywords:

Sustainable Electrics, Memristive Switches, Plasmonics, Optical Spectroscopy