Since 2019 I teach the Superconductivity lecture, part of year 4 Condensed Matter C3 course.
I give a annual lecture related to Leading Edge Experimental Techniques for the Graduate Condensed Matter course.
I acted as an Assesor for the MPhys projects and I have a long experience as a Senior Demonstrator in the Condensed Matter Physics laboratories. I was involved in College tutorials and 4th year Condensed Matter Physics problem classes.
MPhys projects and summer project supervision
I have been privileged to interact and supervised more than 55 undergraduate students and their research projects since 2011 as detailed on our group page here. Among them 28 were MPhys projects, 18 summer projects and 8 international visiting students.
Many of our undergraduate students carry on doing research as PhD students and some of them were awarded prizes for their research work.
Thomas Nicolas (St. Catherine College) was awarded the MPhys Physics Prize in Condensed Matter Physics (2016).
Joseph Prentice (University College) was awarded the Metaswitch Prize for a best use of Software in an MPhys Project (2014).
Nathaniel Davies (Lincoln College) was awarded an MPhys Physics Prize in Condensed Matter Physics (2014).
James Edmands (Jesus College) was awarded the Gibbs Prize for the best use of experimental apparatus in a MPhys Project (2013).
Jonasz Slomka (Mansﬁeld College) was awarded the Gibbs Prize for the best use of experimental apparatus in a MPhys Project. Jonasz' project was entitled Heat transfer in a nanocalorimeter (2012).
Samuel Blake (The Queen’s College) was awarded the Metaswitch Prize for the best use of Software in a MPhys Project. Sam's project was entitled Electronic structure of novel superconducting materials (2012).