Andrew is a trainee Patent Attorney in the Electronics and Computing group.
Andrew’s educational background is in Physics, having obtained a MSci degree from the University of Nottingham in 2008 and a PhD from the University of Sheffield in 2012. For his PhD he undertook research on organic semiconductors targeted for photovoltaic applications.
Following his PhD Andrew continued to work in the field of optoelectronics, initially staying on at the University of Sheffield before moving to the University of Cambridge in 2014. During this time his research covered polymeric, small molecule, colloidal nanocrystal and perovskite semiconductors that show promise for solar energy and light emitting technologies. He has extensive experience in laboratory-scale device fabrication using solution processing methods, thin film characterisation, X-ray scattering techniques and environmental testing. He is a co-author on over 40 papers, published in journals that include Advanced Materials, Energy & Environmental Science and Nature.
Andrew joined Potter Clarkson in July 2018.