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Alexander Aldrick

Alexander Aldrick


E-mail: av495<at>eng.cam.ac.uk
Address: Cambridge Graphene Centre, Engineering Department,
University of Cambridge, 9, JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 0FA







Alexander Aldrick is a research student working towards a PhD in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Graphene Technology.

His PhD project title is: "Realising high-performance 2D perovskite nanoparticles for efficient light-emitting devices with machine-learning driven experimentation". The project aims is to combine recent advances in synthesis of 2D nanoplatelet perovskites and machine learning for materials to increase luminescence quantum yield, increased colour stability, and reduced lead content. The project uses methods in Bayesian optimisation and active learning to efficiently explore the compositional space of the cations and halides.

Alexander's main supervisor is Dr Alpha Lee and his second supervisor is Dr Felix Deschler.

Alexander is part of the Physics department and is currently based in the Cambridge Graphene Centre in the Electrical Engineering Division. He is a member of Clare Hall.