James Mason (a University of Manchester undergraduate student) has been awarded a Rank Prize Funds studentship to work with the group for 9 weeks this summer. He will focus on Nanolaser optoelectronic characterisation.
Welcome James, and congratulations on the studentship!
Patrick is giving an invited talk at the Optical Probes of Conjugated Polymers conference 2015, at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The conference runs from the 15th to the 19th of June, 2015.
He will speak on ultrafast spectroscopy of bio-mimetic materials, specifically porphyrin nanoring complexes.
William Wood, a third year undergraduate at the University of Manchester, has joined the group for the summer to work on a project to speed up identifying and characterising semiconductor nanowires.
A new paper has been published, “Identification of a triplet pair intermediate in singlet exciton fission in solution” lead authored by Hannah Stern at the University of Cambridge and co-authored by Patrick Parkinson.
It is available at the PNAS website.