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How graphene is redefining Hall Effect sensor performance


Sep 15, 2020 02:44 PM

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Dr Ellie Galanis - BEng, Ph.D
Business Developer @Paragraf
Ellie was awarded a first-class degree in materials science and engineering and attained a Ph.D in the study of metallic crystal growth. She spent a total of 7 years on the research and development of novel materials; targeting and delivering on specific industrial demands. Her magnetic materials research has led to her participation as an active member on the committee of the UK Magnetics Society, where she is currently serving as Vice Chair. With her expertise and diverse knowledge in novel materials and their applications, Ellie subsequently held university positions aimed at commercialising and generating industrial engagement with academic research; building lasting and mutually beneficial partnerships.
Dr Hugh Glass - MChem, PhD, MRSC
Scientist @Paragraf
Hugh achieved a first-class Master’s degree in chemistry from the University of Surrey, focusing on the synthesis of new materials and their use in green energy applications. He then moved to Cambridge University to study for a PhD in the synthesis and characterisation of novel electrode materials for batteries. This was undertaken as part of the Nanotechnology centre for doctoral training (NanoDTC), a multidisciplinary centre which exposed Hugh to a wide range of science and commercial areas; from courses on quantum mechanics, materials science and bio mimicry to short consultancy projects and business, innovation and communication courses. This experience helps him bring together ideas from a wide variety of fields to advance innovation at Paragraf.