Jess graduated from Imperial College London in 2012 with a First class MSci in Physics. For her final year project, Jess worked with the Nanoanalysis Group making organic field effect transistors, for which she was awarded the Tyndall prize for most outstanding final year project. Jess is now in her final year of her PhD, working on Microstructure Control and Characterisation of Organic Semiconductors under the supervision of Dr Ji-Seon Kim.
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