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PhD Projects Cohort 2016

Spin generation in 2D hybrid perovskites for spintronics:

Excitation of semiconductors with circularly polarized light creates a population of spin polarized states. Read more

Graphene Multi-Electrode Arrays for Neural Interfacing:

Electronic devices that enable us to communicate with the human nervous system are becoming increasingly prevalent, offering novel treatment techniques. Read more

Thermoelectric converters based on conjugated polymer-graphene composites:

Thermoelectric devices convert waste heat into useful electrical energy for a range of applications, including energy harvesting.  Read more

Hierarchical 2D nanomaterial electrodes for redox flow batteries:

One of the great challenges researchers in the field of nanotechnology are trying to address is the organisation of nanoparticles into well-controlled structures at scale. Read more

Silicon-graphene anodes for long cycle life batteries:

High energy and power density batteries are a major goal for the battery industry. Current batteries do not have high enough energy densities to produce cars that can compete with liquid fuel cars for mileage. Read more