Emily graduated from the University of Bath in 2016 with a Masters in Chemistry. During her third year, she undertook an industrial placement at Merck Chemicals Ltd, where her research project involved the development and synthesis of organic photodiodes. For her Masters project, she studied the preparation of single source precursors for the deposition of tantalum disulphide using chemical vapour deposition. Outside academia she enjoys surfing, yoga and exploring new places.
- Chalcogenide thin film materials for next generation energy applications with Dr Andrew Johnson, Professor Michael Hill and Professor Daniel Wolverson; International Partner: Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin — PhD project
- Electrochemical aptasensors for water monitoring with Dr Pedro Estrela, Professor Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern and Professor Chris Frost — 2nd MRes project
- Tin Sulphide based Photovoltaics with Dr Andrew Johnson and Professor Petra Cameron — 1st MRes project
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