My undergraduate study was based at Aberystwyth University, and in 2016 I graduated with a First Class MSc in Physics. During the summer of 2015 I conducted a research project for an optics company, and became very interested in applying for a PhD. After conducting a BSc project on Raman Spectroscopy of Diamond, and researching diamond during my summer project, I came to the conclusion that a diamond based PhD was an exciting option. The DST CDT provided an intriguing prospect of the MSc, and a host of interesting projects to choose from for a PhD. Aberystwyth's specialty in Hyper-spectral Imaging allowed me to conduct a very interesting and useful Masters project, which helped lead to my PhD project at Imperial College London. This MSc will provide a sound basis for my PhD at Imperial and I cannot wait to start!
PhD Title: Multidimensional Imaging and Spectroscopy of Diamond
PhD Supervisor: Prof Paul French/Dr Chris Dunsby
Institution: Imperial College London
Multidimensional luminescence microscope for imaging defect colour centres in diamond
Daniel Christopher Jones, Sunil Kumar, Peter M.P. Lanigan, Colin D. McGuinness, Matthew W. Dale, Daniel J Twitchen, David Fisher, Philip M. Martineau, Mark Neil, Christopher Dunsby and Paul M W French. Methods and Applications in Fluorescence. Accepted on: 17/10/2019
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