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Joseph Askey

Myfyriwr ymchwil, Yr Ysgol Ffiseg a Seryddiaeth

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

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I received my BSc (Hons) in Physics from the University of Bristol in 2017, and my MSc in Physics from Cardiff University in 2018. As of 2020, I am an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).


I am currently a PhD student (2018-2022) studying non-linear optical fabrication and characterisation techniques and how these can be applied to nanostructured magnetic and artificial biological systems, under the supervision of Dr. Sam Ladak and Prof. Wolfgang Langbein. 


I tutor and demonstrate on MSc level modules PXT101/201, PXT102/202 and PXT103 with Dr. Richard Lewis and Dr. Paul Roche. 


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My work currently focuses on: 



  • Nanostructured 3D magnetic systems including nanowires, nanotubes and more complex 3D geometries 

  • Non-linear optical techniques for the fabrication and characterisation of polymers and magnetic systems 

  • Electrochemistry and its application to magnetic nanostrucutre fabrication 

  • Micro-magnetic simulations 


Specifically I use the following techniques in my research:



  • UV lithography 

  • Two-photon lithography

  • Magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE) magnetometry

  • Electrochemical and electroless deposition 

  • Scanning electron microscopy (SEM)

  • Quantitative differential interference contrast (qDIC) imaging 

  • Finite difference micro-magnetic modelling (e.g MuMax)


Publications



  • Hunt, M.; Taverne, M.; Askey, J.; May, A.; Van Den Berg, A.; Ho, Y.-L.D.; Rarity, J.; Ladak, S. Harnessing Multi-Photon Absorption to Produce Three-Dimensional Magnetic Structures at the Nanoscale. Materials 202013, 761.

  • Askey, J.; Hunt, M.O.; Langbein, W.; Ladak, S. Use of Two-Photon Lithography with a Negative Resist and Processing to Realise Cylindrical Magnetic Nanowires. Nanomaterials 202010, 429.

Dysgu

I assist teaching, lead sessions, mark and demonstrate on the following modules:



  • PXT101/201 - Advanced Experimental Techniques in Physics (2018-present)

  • PXT102/202 - Study and Research Skills in Physics (2018-present)

  • PXT103 - Advanced LabVIEW Programming for Physicists (2018-present)