My research project
Thomas Webb is a PhD student at the University of Surrey working primarily within electronics engineering and photonics at the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI). His research project is currently focused on the formation of lower dimensional perovskite nanostructures and their applications in a range of optoelectronic devices. This constitutes a range of material fabrication techniques combined with characterisation and various spectroscopic analysis.
Thomas holds an integrated Master's degree in Chemistry with first-class honours from Imperial College London (2015-2019) and an associateship with the Royal College of Science. For his masters thesis Thomas worked on understanding the stability of tin based perovskite materials for which he was awarded the "2019 Imperial College best Physical Chemistry Research Prize". Thomas has also spent time working at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Solar Centre working on inorganic nanoparticle interlayers for highly efficient lead perovskites devices.
Postgraduate demonstrator - EEE1031 Pure mathematics