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Institute of Physics Joule Medal awarded to Professor Judith Driscoll

last modified Oct 18, 2017 03:19 PM

Congratulations to Professor Judith Driscoll who was awarded the prestigious Joule Medal for her pioneering contributions to the understanding and enhancement of critical physical properties of strongly-correlated oxides, encompassing oxide superconductors, ferroelectrics, multiferroics and semiconductors.

 

The award is made for distinguished research in applied physics. The medal is accompanied by a prize of £1000 and a certificate. Full citation

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Driscoll Group attends The Power of Interfaces: Fundamentals for Solid State Devices Meeting at the Royal Society

Mar 10, 2020

Judith, Matt Wells, Adam Lovett and Bonan Zhu attended “The Power of Interfaces: Fundamentals for Solid State Devices” meeting at the Royal Society in London. We presented 2 posters and gave an invited talk.

Judith attends IWAM 2020, UAE

Feb 22, 2020

Judith attended IWAM 2020 in Ras-Al-Khaimah, UAE, and had a very interesting visit. She delivered a talk on magnetoelectric memory. She also interacted a lot with young researchers from the middle east region, encouraging them to pursue careers in science.

Judith visited the Royal Academy of Engineering Fellows’ day

Feb 12, 2020

Judith visited the Royal Academy of Engineering Fellows’ day and exhibited her work at a booth. She spoke to interested delegates about her team’s work as part of her being awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies grant, on advanced memory materials.

Judith attends Heros Magnetonics Conference

Jan 27, 2020

Judith attended and spoke at the Heroes Magnetonics conference in Bad Honnef in Germany from 27-29 January, 2020.

Prof. Driscoll Invited to Stanford Univeristy

Jan 20, 2020

Prof. Driscoll was very pleased to talk at her old advisors’ 100th birthday conference at Stanford University.

Adam Lovett visits Universiteit Twente

Jan 19, 2020

Adam visited Prof. Mark Huijben's research group for 6 days at the University of Twente

Christmas Party

Dec 02, 2019

Thanks to everyone for the wonderful food. We all had a lovely relaxing day.

Interview candidates from Newham

Nov 30, 2019

Tahmida and Judith welcomed a group of students from Newham in London to discuss the interview process from Cambridge undergraduates.

Matias Acosta left the group

Nov 22, 2019

We say goodbye to Matias Acosta who was in our group as a Feodor Lynnen Fellow for 2.5. years.

Part III student Matt Webb

Nov 14, 2019

We are very pleased to be hosting Matt Webb in our group for his part III project. Matt is working on resistive switching.

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