Our research examines how charge transport through a disordered electronic material depends upon its structure.  This is particularly important in organic semiconductors where the ability to transport charge through complex morphologies is vital to high performance electronic devices, such as photovoltaics, as well as in unconventional computers, where the conduction network can be manipulated to give different electronic functions.

We are part of the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences in Durham University and gratefully acknowledge funding from The Royal Society, The Durham Energy Institute, and EPSRC.

CG is the Institutional lead on the Industrial Strategy Challenge fund project ‘North East Centre for Energy Materials (NECEM) and EPSRC-funded Renewable Energies Northeast Universities Centre for Doctoral Training (ReNU CDT).