I am currently working towards a PhD in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Plastic Electronics under the supervision of Prof James Durrant and Dr Joao Cabral. My current research focus is on improving the stability of next generation photovoltaics; specifically, understanding the extrinsic degradation mechanisms of perovskite and investigation the morphological characteristics in organic bulk heterojunctions.
Previously at Imperial College London, I obtained a MRes with distinction which had a research focus on the photodimerisation of PCBM with changing bulk heterojunction blend ratios and the effect on the formation of micro and nano crystallisation. In 2014 I obtained a MEng with First-class honours from Loughborough University which included a research project exploring quantum dot size effect on charge and energy transfer processes.
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et al., 2017, Tuning CH 3 NH 3 Pb(I 1-x Br x ) 3 Perovskite Oxygen Stability in Thin Films and Solar Cells, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol:5, ISSN:2050-7488
et al., 2016, Light and oxygen induced degradation limits the operational stability of methylammonium lead triiodide perovskite solar cells (vol 9, pg 1655, 2016), Energy & Environmental Science, Vol:9, ISSN:1754-5692, Pages:1850-1850
et al., 2016, Light and oxygen induced degradation limits the operational stability of methylammonium lead triiodide perovskite solar cells, Energy & Environmental Science, Vol:9, ISSN:1754-5692, Pages:1655-1660