Jem Pitcairn

Jem Pitcairn

jem.pitcairn[at]nottingham.ac.uk

Jem is a PhD student investigating low-dimensional metal-organic magnets, with a particular focus on air-sensitive synthesis and neutron scattering studies of linker bridged metal-chloride chains. He joined the Cliffe group in October 2019 having previously worked as a research associate in the Materials for Applied Surface Science team at Illumina. Jem graduated from the University of Sheffield with an MEng in Materials Science in 2017. For his Masters’ project he studied the stress control of magnetic domain motion in ferromagnetic nano-wires with Prof. Dan Allwood.

Outside of the lab Jem is a keen Judo practitioner and plans to finish his PhD as both a doctor and a black belt.

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