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Emily is a trainee patent attorney in our Electronics, Software and Communications team. Her main fields of interest include materials science and nanotechnology with her university research focusing on characterising new material systems for optoelectronic and quantum computing applications that are compatible with established semiconductor technology. Part of Emily’s PhD research has been published as “The formation of a Sn monolayer on Ge(100) studied at the atomic scale” in Applied Surface Science and as “Room Temperature Incorporation of Arsenic Atoms into the Germanium (001) Surface” in Angewandte Chemie International Edition.
Emily graduated with a BSc in Physics from RWTH Aachen University (Germany) before going on to complete her MSc in Physics with focus on Condensed Matter. Emily has received a PhD from University College London in collaboration with IHP microelectronics (Frankfurt (Oder), Germany) after completing her course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Here her thesis topic focused on, “Chemistry and structural properties of adsorbates on germanium for optoelectronics and quantum computing”.