Andrew completed his undergraduate studies in the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London, joining the McCulloch research group to complete his MSci Chemistry degree. He decided to stay on to complete a Ph.D under the supervision of Prof. Iain McCulloch, further developing a range of organic semiconductors for photovoltaic applications. Since receiving his doctorate, Andrew has become an EPSRC Research Fellow in the Department of Chemistry. His research interests mainly lie in the design and characterization of organic semiconducting materials for energy and sensing applications.
et al., 2020, Enhanced photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from organic semiconductor heterojunction nanoparticles, Nature Materials, ISSN:1476-1122
et al., 2020, Modification of Indacenodithiophene-Based Polymers and Its Impact on Charge Carrier Mobility in Organic Thin-Film Transistors, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol:142, ISSN:0002-7863, Pages:652-664
et al., 2019, The Effect of Ring Expansion in Thienobenzo[b]indacenodithiophene Polymers for Organic Field-Effect Transistors, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol:141, ISSN:0002-7863, Pages:18806-18813
et al., Impact of Nonfullerene Acceptor Side Chain Variation on Transistor Mobility, Advanced Electronic Materials, ISSN:2199-160X
et al., 2019, Suppression of Recombination Losses in Polymer:Nonfullerene Acceptor Organic Solar Cells due to Aggregation Dependence of Acceptor Electron Affinity, Advanced Energy Materials, Vol:9, ISSN:1614-6832