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Cassius Clark

Cassius Clark


E-mail: cc986<at>eng.cam.ac.uk
Address: Cambridge Graphene Centre, Engineering Department,
University of Cambridge, 9, JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 0FA
Office no.: 185 Desk E5,
Telephone: +44 -1223 - 748638
Fax: +44 - 1223 - 748348








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

His PHD project title is: Element-Doped Graphene; From Black Art to Energy Storage Materials. His main supervisor is Professor Dominic Wright and his second supervisor is Professor Clare Grey.

Cassius’ PHD project aims to optimise synthetic routes to ordered crystalline highly boron-doped graphene structures, enabling a high level of control over stoichiometry and morphology. Using optimised techniques an investigation into homo-doped and co-doped graphene structures can be undertaken with the goal of testing the materials as high-energy density electrodes for lithium and sodium batteries.

Cassius is part of the Chemistry department and he is a member of Wolfson College.