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Alanood Aljaghwani

I gained my master's degree in Corrosion in 2017 from King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. I worked as a demonstrator from 2010 until 2017 and as a lecturer at Majmaah University since 2017. I started my PhD as a member of the Hatton group in September 2020. Stabilising nanoelectrodes for organic photovoltaics is the primary goal of my project. I do a lot of stability studies for both electrodes and organic photovoltaic devices, where we try to improve stability and reduce costs while maintaining the ability to recycle. Nothing is ideal, but we try our best to work toward that. Sun is everywhere, free for everyone, so let's focus on making electricity available!

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