Lei Tian completed his PhD in physical chemistry, Uppsala University in 2020, focusing on dye-sensitized NiO photocathode. In March of 2021, he joined in Prof. James Durrant’s group in Imperial College London as a postdoc researcher. His project in Imperial College London will be also co-supervised by Dr. Andreas Kafizas. His research interest is to study the photochemical and photophysical properties of transition metal oxide semiconductors.
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