William Rodriguez Kazeem

Imperial College London


Research Project: Investigation into the enhancements on doping on metal oxides
Supervisors: Martyn McLachlan (ICL), John Labram (UCL), Nicola Gasparini (ICL)

William graduated from Kingston University with a BSc in Chemistry with Professional Placement (carried out at University of Valladolid, Spain) in 2021 and more recently from Imperial College London with an MRes in Green Chemistry, Energy and the Environment (2022). He is passionate about research and his BSc project was based around the progression of lead-free perovskites as photovoltaics while his MRes project involved the investigation of an aerosolised solvent in order to improve lead-free perovskite photovoltaics. His PhD involves the investigation of doping and defects in metal oxide semiconductors.

Elwin Hunter

Studying my PhD as part of the ACM CDT not only provided me with valuable training courses and workshops on characterisation techniques, but also regular academic seminars, team activities, and discussions to help expand my interests, both inside and outside of research.