Professor Judith Driscoll
Cambridge University, Speaker at Sustainable Materials and Nanodevices
Speaking on Sustainable Oxide Materials: Efficient Materials for Storage, Generation and Transmission
Judith Driscoll is a Professor of Materials Science in Cambridge and Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Advanced Memory Materials. She is a Visiting Staff Member at Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, and founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal, APL Materials, from the American Institute of Physics. Professor Driscoll is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Materials Research Society, American Physical Society, IOM3, and IOP. Her work is in Efficient ICT and Efficient Materials for storage, generation and transmission. The focus is on the nanoscale design and tuning of functional oxide thin film materials for energy efficiency. The Driscoll group uses nanoscience to engineer oxide materials. The work is highly interdisciplinary straddling the fields of applied physics, chemistry and engineering.