Christmas Conference poster winners
Physics completed a clean sweep at the Science and Technology at Lancaster Christmas Conference, with all three graduate school poster competition winners coming from the department.
The overall winning poster came from Samuel Harrison, for his poster on 'Solar-powered hydrogen production by photoelectroloysis'.
Runners-up were Peter Hodgson and Alex Robson, with posters on 'Everything you ever wanted to know about GaSb Quantum Dots', and 'High-accuracy cross-sectional analysis of semiconductor layers'.
All three students are supervised by Manus Hayne in the Physics Department's Quantum Nanotechnology group.
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