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Driscoll and Di Martino Groups join for German Weißwurstfrühstück

11 June 2021

Following the recent German social events theme, members of Judith's and Giuliana's groups joined for a 'Weißwurstfrühstück', a Bavarian-themed breakfast with white sausages and weissbeer. (We don't even have Bavarians in the group, but hey ...) Group members came by at different times, as their lab schedules allowed, so...

Invited Talk at the 239th Electrochemical Society Meeting: Low Power Electronics - From III-V Semiconductors to Oxides

3 June 2021

On 1 June, Dr. Markus Hellenbrand gave an invited talk at the 239th Electrochemical Society Meeting , linking our work on new non-volatile memory to his previous research about oxide defects in MOSFETs.

Driscoll Group Go Punting

2 June 2021

After weeks of torrential rain, the Driscoll Group take advantage of the rising temperatures and go punting along The Backs on the Cam

Judith hosts German Frühlingsfest

5 May 2021

It was great to have everyone get together in groups of <6 in Judith’s garden for a mini German beer festival

Driscoll group host Materials Challenges for Memory virtual conference

11 April 2021

We are pleased to be hosting an international meeting on “Materials Challenges for Memory” (11-13 April 2021) with the top names in the field from around the world. More details can be found here

Driscoll group members participate in the Cambridge Science Festival

2 April 2021

Several members of the group participated in the annual Cambidge science festival. Judith and Markus contributed to an event on Engineering Memories; Matt Tom and Adam worked on a talk about the science of ice cream, funded by Trinity College, Cambridge

Welcome New Group Members!

1 April 2021

We are pleased to welcome new group members Dr. Nives Strkalj and Dr. Max Becker! Nives is a visiting reasearcher and a postdoctoral fellow of the Swiss National Science Foundation. Max joins us as a PDRA sponsered by Samsung

Congratulations John and Rob

31 March 2021

Congradualtions to Dr John Feighan and Dr Rob Jagt for passing their vivas! John will be staying with us to work on a Leverhulme project, Cu-1234, an exciting superconductor with huge untapped applications potential. Rob is also staying with us to work as a consultant on behalf of a local company