The School of Engineering and Computing Sciences houses a class 1000 cleanroom built for the fabrication and testing of Organic Electronic Devices.  This includes:

  • Glovebox with integrated spincoater and evaporator
  • Class ABB Solar Simulator
  • AFM/cAFM
  • SEM
  • G.J. Russell Electron Microscopy Facility, which includes TEM with tomography capability (run by Dr Budhika Mendis in the Department of Physics)
  • Noise measurement capability
  • TPV/TPC measurement capability
  • UV-Vis spectrophotometer

The University also maintains a 200+ core supercomputing cluster Hamilton upon which our Kinetic Monte Carlo and morphology modelling work is carried out.