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I completed my BSc and PhD at the University of Sheffield right at the start of the 1990's before moving for four years to the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) as a post doctoral research assistant. I worked on different aspects of the physics of semiconductor tunnelling structures at both of these institutes, predominantly as an optical spectroscopist.
In 1998 I moved to the Novel Devices team at RSRE/DERA Malvern, working on InSb narrow bandgap devices, where I remained until 2011 gaining Fellow status in the newly formed privatised 'QinetiQ' and became a visiting Professor at Manchester University.
I was the IOP semiconductor group secretary for 5 years (2001 - 2006) and have sat on numerous industrial advisory committees and boards whilst working in Malvern.
I moved to Cardiff University in 2011 to take up the challenge of expanding the reputation that Cardiff already has for high quality semiconductor physics.
Dr Phil Buckle is (or has formerly been) affiliated with Cardiff University, Cardiff-nanoscale-science-and-technology-cardiff-university, Cardiff-quantum-materials-and-devices-cardiff-university and Condensed Matter and Photonics Group, Cardiff University.
Areas of Expertise
- Group Iii-V Semiconductors
- Insb Qw 2Degs
- Nanoscale Devices
- Quantum Information Devices
- Spin Properties