Materials Physics Group
Our research focuses on understanding structure-property relationships in nanomaterials, particularly two-dimensional nanomaterials such as graphene and molybdenum disulfide.
We utilise scalable solution processing techniques to develop these materials towards applications including printed electronics, strain sensors, energy storage devices, and bio-interface materials.
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Prospective postdoctoral or PhD researchers with their own source of funding are encouraged to contact Prof. Dalton directly: email@example.com.
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