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Daniel Coxon (PhD)

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Background

After attaining a Masters degree in Chemistry (MChem) from Warwick, I joined the Warwick Diamond Science and Technology CDT, studying for a 1-year MSc before starting my PhD. I am interested in determining the lifetimes of vibrational modes associated with hydrogen defects in diamond. I am jointly supervised by Vas Stavros, James Lloyd-Hughes and Mark Newton.

Aside from my work, I like to spend my spare time writing short stories and designing computer games.

Links

Warwick Centre for Ultrafast Spectroscopy (WCUS)

My other webpage can be found here, on the Warwick Diamond CDT website.

Contact Details

E-mail: D.J.L.Coxon@warwick.ac.uk

Office: E0.11a