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Dr Matt Cole

Dr Matt  Cole

Research Fellow

University of Cambridge


Biography:

Matt is a Research Fellow investigating the heterogeneous integration of chemical vapour deposited aligned nanomaterials in nanoscale vacuum electronics devices. He is based in the Electrical Engineering Division in the Department of Engineering. He is a member of theCentre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics, the Cambridge Graphene Centre, and the Electronic Devices & Materials group.

He is a Director of Cambridge Xray Systems, a spin out company developing nanoengineered field emission Xray source. Dr Cole is a Chartered Engineer (CEng), a Chartered Scientist (CSci), a Chartered Physicist (CPhys). He is a Eur Ing, a STEM advocate and registered STEM Ambassador. He is a member of the Founders of the Future Foruum and a named Forbes 30 under 30 (2016). His awards include the Sir MacFarlane Medal from the Royal Academy of Engineering, and theSilver Medal from the Institue of Materials, Minerals, and Mining, and the Sir Royce Medal from the Institute of Engineering and Technology. Dr Cole has spent time as a visiting scholar at Harvard University, as a research associate at Sharp Laboratories of Europe. He has held the Isaac Newton Trust Fellowship (2012), a Winston Churchill Trust Fellowship (2012-2013), an International Young Scientist Research Fellowship (2013-2014), the CAS President's International Fellowship(2015-2017), and the Oppenheimer Research Fellowship (2014-2017).

Dr Cole is a Fellow, College Teaching Officer, Admissions Tutor, and Director of Studies in Engineering at St Edmund's College, Cambridge University.

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