Hannah will explore how new materials have historically been instrumental in creating new technologies. We now have access to a new class of two-dimensional materials, only a single atom thick. These extraordinary materials have the potential to create truly revolutionary technologies based on quantum emissions of single protons.
Hannah Stern took her first degrees in chemistry in her native New Zealand then completed her PhD in Cambridge at the Cavendish Laboratory. She is a Research Fellow at Trinity College and works with the Quantum Optics Group studying quantum applications based on the emission of single photons from localised excitations in wide bandgap materials.
This is part of the Science Group Talks and needs to be booked separately from the Tuesday Lecture series.
Please book, free of charge, by 1pm on the day of the event. You will receive a zoom link on the afternoon of the event.