I am a postdoctoral researcher set on expanding our understanding of the chemistry and physics behind how materials interact with light and charge
Welcome! I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow researching organic excitonic materials.
I use an interdisciplinary approach to study the fundamental properties of organic semiconducting materials which can be used in plastic electronic applications, like solar cells, light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and transistors.
My current research focus is in designing materials for solar cells to harness the energy which is typically lost to thermalisation.
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Manipulating molecules with strong coupling: harvesting triplet excitons in organic exciton microcavities
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