There are opportunities to study nanomaterials, including nanofabrication, nanocrystals, self-assembly and other related topics with Exciton Science researchers.
Check back regularly for more detailed information or use the links below to contact potential supervisors directly.
- Exciton logic gates based on single nanocrystal arrays;
- Oriented assembly of single nanocrystals using electrophoretic deposition;
- Magneto-optical materials for security applications;
- CZTS solar cells;
- Nanofabrication of optoelectronics including NIR and blue LEDs, Electroluminescent devices, MIR photodetectors and novel solar cell geometries;
- Synthesis of semiconductor clusters;
- Surface chemistry of nanocrystal-polymer interfaces;
- Chromophores for aerosol detection.
For more information on joint PhD projects with Paul and the University of Bayreuth in Germany, go to: https://excitonscience.com/project-area-5-photoswitchable-quantum-dot-dye-arrays-exciton-logic-gates