Spintronics, Solotronics, Quantum Hall Effect, Quantum Point Contacts, Quantum Optics, Nanophotonics, Quantum Information & Computing
I am a PhD student at the University of Surrey working primarily within the Photonics and Quantum Sciences group at the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI). My project is currently focused on the initialization of spin states in InSb qubits through development of novel quantum point contact fabrication techniques to create versatile spin polarizing devices.
I hold an integrated Master's degree in Physics with first-class honours from the University of Surrey (2014-2018). My masters research project involved working in R&D at the Centre for Integrated Photonics developing High-Speed Electroabsorption Modulated Lasers (EMLs) for long-haul telecommunications.
As a STEM Ambassador I am passionate about encouraging young people to engage with science and particularly want to inspire girls and neurodivergent students to take STEM subjects at A-level and beyond.
I am also involved with various public engagement projects to speak to the general public about my research. My activities include:
Building a quantum technologies inspired garden for Guildford in Bloom 2019
Notes From The Physics Lab- tracking the process of my PhD and explaining physics concepts related to my work in a short format