Yasmin Choaie

YasminYasmin received an MChem in chemistry from the University of Manchester where she completed her dissertation on the direct functionalisation of c-nucleophiles using FLP activated CO2 under the supervision of Dr Alex Pulis within the group of Prof. David Procter and carried on with the research during her summer of 2018. She also spent her summer of 2017 at KAUST working on perovskite solar cells under the supervision of Prof. Iain Mcculloch and summer of 2016 at Koç University in Istanbul working on the stability of doped oxides. Her current research focuses on designing and synthesising biocompatible organic semiconductors for photoacoustic imaging.

Miaomiao Xue
Miaomiao Xue.jpgMiaomiao received her M.Sc.(2017) in chemistry from Soochow University, where she focused on the design, synthesis and application of organic light-emitting materials. In Autumn 2017, she joined the Schroeder Group at University College London as a PhD student. Her current research is sponsored by the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) and focuses on the development of photo-responsive organic thermoelectric materials.

Zilu Liu
Zilu Liu.JPGZilu is currently a doctoral student in the Department of Chemistry at University College London. She received her B. Sc. (2012) from the Anhui Normal University and M. Sc. (2016) from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Her current research focuses on the design and synthesis of novel organo-metallic coordination materials for thermoelectric applications. Zilu is the recipient of a scholarship from the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC).

Lewis Cowen
20161030_201827.jpgLewis received an MChem in chemistry from the University of Huddersfield where he completed his dissertation on the synthesis of novel sulfonic ester containing heterocycles under the supervision of Dr Mark Heron. He also spent a year working in the NMR department of the Intertek Pharmaceutical Services analytical laboratory in Manchester.

Lewis joined the Schroeder group as a PhD student in September 2016. Current research interests are centred around the development of high-performing pi-conjugated polymers with an emphasis on materials which can be used as the n-type semiconducting component in thermoelectric devices and especially species which employ an intrinsic doping strategy.

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