Ellasia graduated from Queen Mary University with a First Class Honours undergraduate Chemistry (MSci) degree. She is currently enrolled in the Plastic Electronics CDT under the supervision of Prof. Ji-Seon Kim and Dr. Fernando Castro (National Physical Laboratory). Her area of research focuses on investigating the nature of materials and devices within the field of bioelectronics. This includes utilising a variety of characterisation techniques such as Raman spectroscopy, Air photoemission spectroscopy and many more. In addition, device fabrication is also essential to the research therefore, Ellasia is also incorporating photolithographic methods of fabrication. She looks forward to finishing her doctorate training with experience and understanding of materials in application to bioelectronics.
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