Sebastian Wood obtained an undergraduate Master’s degree (MSci) in Physics at Imperial College London, followed by a postgraduate Master’s by Research (MRes) and doctorate (PhD) in plastic electronic materials. He is a member of the Institute of Physics, and a Chartered Physicist. His research has focused on the characterisation of structure-function relationships in novel electronic devices, including organic, inorganic, and hybrid semiconductors for a variety of applications.
Sebastian collaborates widely with partners from academia and industry across the world, and has built strong partnerships with a number of universities and companies in the UK.
He is an enthusiastic communicatorof physics, with experience presenting his work to a wide range of audiences from primary school children to Members of Parliament.
Nanoscale characterisation of semiconductors using advanced modes of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) and Raman spectroscopy.
Reliability and life-time testing of emerging electronic devices such as molecular sensors, printed photovoltaics, and wearable/implantable devices for medical applications.