Mr Cameron Dover | ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science

Mr Cameron Dover

PhD Student

Cameron is a spectroscopist with expertise in Nanoscience, specifically surface chemistry and nanomaterials. He aims to combine conventional silicon based solar technology with a singlet fission medium through the use of a precisely engineered and characterised interface, with goals of improving solar cell photo-current and overall efficiency.

BSc Nanoscience, Honours Class 1, University of New South Wales (2016)
Centre Research: 

Excitonic Systems for Solar Energy Conversion

Centre Research Themes: 
2. Control of Excitons


Journal Articles
Dvořák, M.; Prasad, S. K. K.; Dover, C. B.; Forest, C. R.; Kaleem, A.; MacQueen, R. W.; Petty, A. J.; Forecast, R.; Beves, J. E.; Anthony, J. E.; et al. Singlet Fission in Concentrated TIPS-Pentacene Solutions: The Role of Excimers and Aggregates. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2021, 143 (34), 13749 - 13758 DOI: 10.1021/jacs.1c05767. doi: 10.1021/jacs.1c05767
Pun, J. Ka Hei; Gallaher, J. K.; Frazer, L.; Prasad, S. K. K.; Dover, C. B.; MacQueen, R. W.; Schmidt, T. W. TIPS-anthracene: a singlet fission or triplet fusion material?. Journal of Photonics for Energy 2018, 8 (2), 022006 DOI: 10.1117/1.JPE.8.022006. doi: 10.1117/1.JPE.8.022006
Dover, C. B.; Gallaher, J. K.; Frazer, L.; Tapping, P. C.; Petty, A. J.; Crossley, M. J.; Anthony, J. E.; Kee, T. W.; Schmidt, T. W. Endothermic singlet fission is hindered by excimer formation. Nature Chemistry 2018, 10 (3), 305 - 310 DOI: 10.1038/nchem.2926. doi: 10.1038/nchem.2926