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Following a D.Phil in Chemical Physics at the University of Sussex (1992), Tony Kenyon joined the Electronic and Electrical Engineering department of University College London (UCL), where he currently holds the position of Reader. He is also the department''s Postgraduate Tutor, overseeing and coordinating PhD programmes. His research concentrates on the application of nanostructured semiconductor materials to electronics and photonics; particular areas of interest include the optical and electronic properties of silicon nanoclusters, rare-earth doped materials, Si Resistive RAM and memristors, self-assembled nanoscale systems, dislocation luminescence in silicon, and quantum confinement in optoelectronic materials. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, member of the IET, the IEEE, and the Electrochemical Society, and serves on the Board of Delegates of the European Materials Research Society. He is the author of more than 60 peer-reviewed publications, and is on the editorial board of a number of journals. He has given invited talks at a number of major international meetings, and has co-organised several international symposia.