I recently moved to Stanford University to explore novel applications for organic electronic/ionic mixed conductors including energy storage devices and sensors.
During my Postdoc in the group of Jenny Nelson, I was working on the design of novel electrode materials for water based energy storage devices. Our recent work about the design and evaluation of conjugated polymers for electrochemical energy storage in aqueous electrolytes was published in Energy & Environmental Science (article, press-release). I am grateful for the support I received from the EPSRC (Doctoral Prize Fellowship).
During my PhD at Imperial College London under the supervisor of Prof. Iain McCulloch (Department of Chemistry), I developed and synthesised novel materials for the field of organic bioelectronics and particular focused on the design of n-type polymers for accumulation mode Organic Electrochemical Transistors (OECTs).
et al., 2020, Side Chain Redistribution as a Strategy to Boost Organic Electrochemical Transistor Performance and Stability, Advanced Materials, Vol:32, ISSN:0935-9648
et al., 2020, Temperature-resilient solid-state organic artificial synapses for neuromorphic computing, Science Advances, Vol:6, ISSN:2375-2548
et al., 2020, Energetic control of redox-active polymers toward safe organic Bioelectronic materials, Advanced Materials, Vol:32, ISSN:0935-9648
et al., 2020, Balancing Ionic and Electronic Conduction for High-Performance Organic Electrochemical Transistors, Advanced Functional Materials, Vol:30, ISSN:1616-301X
et al., 2019, Highly selective chromoionophores for ratiometric Na+ sensing based on an oligoethyleneglycol bridged bithiophene detection unit, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Vol:7, ISSN:2050-7526, Pages:5359-5365