Andrew Musser

Andrew Musser completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge with Richard Friend, using ultrafast spectroscopy to study the mechanism of singlet fission in polyenes and molecular solutions. In a subsequent post-doc in the Friend group he extended his fission studies into covalent dimers and the ultrafast nuclear dynamics that drive the process. Moving to the University of Sheffield in 2016 to work with Jenny Clark and David Lidzey, Andrew has increasingly focused on understanding the nature of the triplet-pair state central to singlet fission and triplet fusion. He currently explores the potential use of polaritons to manipulate the properties of these states through strong light-matter interactions.


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