Associate Prof. Ardalan Armin
Prof. Ardalan Armin (BSc, MSc, PhD physics), completed his PhD study at the Department of Physics, University of Queensland (UQ), Australia in 2014. His research mainly focused on charge transport and charge generation processes in organic and perovskite solar cells and photodetectors. He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at UQ for two years and continued researching on charge transport and recombination in organic and perovskite system.
In 2017, Dr. Armin joined the Australian Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems at UQ working on optomechanical sensors. The following year he was awarded with a Sêr-Cymru Rising Star Fellowship and appointed as a senior lecturer at the Department of Physics of Swansea University. His current research and teaching activities are mainly in next generation materials for optoelectronics and semiconductor device physics.
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