News and Events
Welcome Billy Pappas to the group for a 3rd year research project.
Dane is a finalist for the 3M Eureka Prize for Emerging Leader in Sceince!!
Dr Amir Asadpoordarvish has joined the group to develop organic electronic devices for spin resonance studies. Welcome Amir!
Congratulations to Dr Thomas Keevers on the award of his PhD!!
Joanna's first first author paper publishged today in PCCP: "Spectral dependence of direct and trap-mediated recombination processes in lead halide perovskites". Good work Jo!
"Morphological Evolution and Singlet Fission in Aqueous suspensions of TIPS-Pentacene Nanoparticles" with Murad Tayebjee and colleagues was published online today in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Andrew Lam's first paper!
The Spin Resonance Research Group received a $360,000 ARC Discovery poroject to investigate energy transfer in orginaic-inorganic hybrid materials with Dr Girish Lakhwani (Sydney University), and Dr Akshay Rao and Prof. Sir Richard Friend (Cambridge University)
Dane was named NSW Young Tall Poppy of the Year!
Isaac Vorreiter has joinded the group for a 2nd year research project. Welcome Isaac!
Tom and Jo are both presenting talks at the Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance this week.
Andrew Danos' first first-author paper "Deuteration of Perylene Enhances Photochemical Upconversion Efficiency" published in Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
"Using coherent dynamics to quantify spin coupling within triplet-exciton/polaron complexes in organic diodes" published in Physical Review B today.
Tom is on stage at the Basement tonight as a finalist in the Amplify Bright Sparks competition. Good luck Tom!
"Beyond Shockley–Queisser: Molecular Approaches to High-Efficiency Photovoltaics", a perspective in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters with Murad Tayebjee and Tim Schmidt is available online.
Tom and Dane's paper "Measuring Spin Relaxation with Standard Pulse Sequences in the Singlet-Triplet Basis" published online in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance.
"Theory of Exciton-polaron complexes in pulsed electrically detected magnetic resonance" by Tom Keevers, Will Baker, and Dane McCamey published in Physical Review B.
We welcome Andrew Lam to the group for his Nanotechnology Honours project.
Tom presented a great talk on "Estimation of the exciton-polaron coupling in organic semiconductors through pulsed electrically detected magnetic resonance" at SPINOS 2014 in Himeji, Japan.
Dane attended the NHMFL User Advisory Committee meeting in Tallahassee, Florida.
Dane was elected to the User Advisory Committee of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA.
Joanna was awared an Australian Posytgraduate Award to work on spin control in organic semiconductors. Congratulations Joanna.
Tom is off to the University of Warwick for a three month research visit in Gavin Morley's group.
Dane was awarded an ARC Future Fellowship to investigate spin based electronic devices based on organic semincuctors.
The Spin Resonance Research Group relocated to UNSW.