I am a PhD student supervised by Prof Henry Snaith and Prof Michael Johnston. My research focusses on metal halide perovskite semiconductors for photovoltaic applications. In particular, I focus on wide bandgap materials for implementation in tandem solar cells that have the potential to produce more power than the current silicon based technology. I study these wide bandgap perovskite materials and their interactions with charge transport materials through a variety of spectroscopic tools, especially absolute photoluminescence spectroscopy and time correlated single photon counting. I also fabricate and investigate the loss mechanisms present in full photovoltaic devices.
A full list of my publications can be found on my google scholar page: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=esHdh2gAAAAJ&hl=en.
I am a graduate development scholar at St Anne's College. I give tutorials to second year undergraduates in mathematical methods, quantum mechanics, further quantum mechanics. I also tutor the third year condensed matter physics course. I have also supervised several masters students in my research group.