The Royce@Cambridge Ambient Processing Tool is being used to support the latest research in energy and light. This symposium will bring together academic and commercial researchers to highlight their work.
The Royce Ambient Cluster comprises 11 glovebox modules in which around 20 different pieces of equipment ar used to process functional materials including for perovskite PV, organic PV, perovskite and organic LED, bio-transistors, articial photosythesis, FET’s, memristors, Li-ion and solid state Li battery chemistries and other.
The annual symposium “Energy & Light” is focused around the research done using the Ambient Cluster and related developments.
Come to the symposium to learn about a variety of cutting edge materials research from industry and academia. As well as the Cambridge University research work we have industry talks on:- The UK Semiconductor Infrastructure initiative, Building blocks for graphene based electronics, The Future of Photovoltaics: How Spatial ALD Will Impact The World and PV and the Adventures in Protected Agriculture.
See you there !
11.00 An Overview of The Henry Royce Institute - Dr Andrew Dobrzanski – Royce@Cambridge Business Manager, Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy
11.10 Introduction to The Royce Ambient Cluster - Steve Haws – Ambient Cluster Tool Lab Manager
11.20 The Future of Photovoltaics: How Spatial ALD Will Impact The World – Dr Zhuotong (Thomas) Sun - NanoPrint & Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy
11.40 UK Semiconductor Infrastructure Initiative: Latest results and possible interventions” – Nicky Athanassopoulou – IfM Engage
12.00 Evaporated Multi-Junction Perovskite Solar Cells - Dr Terry Chien-Jen Yang – Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow – Dept of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology [remote]
12.15 Evaporated Perovskite LEDs - Dr Yang Lu – Research Associate – Dept of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
12.30 Instabilities in Blue Perovskite LEDs - Alessandro Mirabelli – PhD Student – Dept of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
Lunch Break & Networking
14.00 PV and the Adventures in Protected Agriculture – Dr Martyn Rush – R&D Manager, Polysolar Ltd
14.15 Building blocks for graphene based electronics – Dr Jaspreet Kainth – Scientist, Paragraf
14.35 High Voltage Epitaxial LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cathode Thin Films: Ideal Model Systems for Elucidating the Electrode-Electrolyte Interfaces and Developing High-Rate Li-ion Batteries - Dr Venkateswarlu Daramalla – Research Associate – Department of Physics
14.50 Spectroscopic Investigation of Evolution of Mn Based Li battery Spinel Cathode with Coating Layer - Dr Farheen Sayed – Department of Chemistry
15.05 Vertically Aligned Nanocomposites Thin Films for Micro Batteries - Dr Adam Lovett – Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy
15.20 Aerosol Jet Printed 3D-Electrodes For Living (Bio)Photoelectrochemical Systems - Linying Shang – PhD Student – Department of Chemistry
Coffee & Tea Break
16.00 Exploring Magnesium as a Plasmonic Device Material - Dr Zeki Pehlivan – Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy
16.15 Brief Study of Slot Die Coating of High Nanoload Material – Luc Cavill – Apprentice Technician, Ambient Cluster.
16.30 Blade Coating Technique and its Applicability in Fabricating Organic Thin-Film Transistors - Haoxin Gong – Department of Physics
16.45 Additional talks/wrap up/networking
For more information contact: Steve Haws – email@example.com or visit: More information about the ambient processing cluster tool is here.