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Justas Deveikis


I did my master's degree at the University of Warwick supervised by James Lloyd-Hughes (2020-2021). During master's studies I worked on developing multi-pixel photoconductive emitters used for generating azimuthally- and radially-polarised terahertz (THz) beams.


The aim of PhD project is to study dynamics of energy transfer in perovskite nanostructures for optoelectronic applications and I am supervised by Rebecca Milot and James Lloyd-Hughes.

Perovskites are materials possessing chemical formula ABX3, where A, B are different size cations (A is larger than B) and X is an anion. Mixed organic-inorganic halide perovskites could rival silicon solar cells with less complex solution-based fabrication processing and potentially better performance and versatility, including the use of flexible substrates.

To employ these novel materials for optoelectronic applications, the understanding of charge carrier dynamics is crucial. In my work, I use ultrafast measurement methods and spectroscopy to study properties of perovskites.


I am a demonstrator in second-year undergraduate physics labs.

Position: PhD student

Start date: October 2021


Office: MAS 3.09