“I obtained my PhD in 2019 from the Cork Institute of Technology. My research doctorate regarded the study of III-V novel semiconductor materials (Nanopillars, Quantum Dots and Avalanche Photodiodes) using advanced optical characterization (Photoluminescence, Microphotoluminescense, Time Resolved Photoluminescence, Raman Spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope) and simulation techniques.
In June 2019, I joined the III-V materials and devices group at Tyndall to work towards the commercialisation of novel high brightness light sources (SLED) developed within this group. My role is to interact with potential users of the new technology, select the most promising applications, and define meaningful prototype illumination modules in dialogue with members of the Tyndall team and the external contacts. “