Dr Mark Wentink
University College London
Research Project: Characterisation and device studies of phosphorene
Supervisors: Tony Kenyon (UCL)
Mark graduated from UCL with an MSci in Natural sciences (Physics and Chemistry) whilst studying superconductivity in two dimensional TMDs, and in particular MoS2. Mark’s PhD investigates the synthesis and applications of phosphorene, a two dimensional layer of phosphorus. It is a semiconductor with excellent properties for flexible optoelectronic devices, infrared sensors, and solar cells. His research group is particularly keen on making FET’s and other applications for the next generation of flexible electronics.