Dr Pegah Maasoumi

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ARC Research Fellow in Flexible Electronics and Device Fabrication
The University of Melbourne & CSIRO Flexible Electronics Laboratory
pegah.maasoumi@unimelb.edu.au

Qualifications:
PhD Physics, The University of Queensland, Australia (2016)
MSc Physics, Kerman Graduate University of Technology, Iran (2010)
BSc Physics, Shiraz University, Iran (2006)

Research themes:
Flexible Electronics
Control of Excitons
Excitonic Systems for Security, Lighting and Sensing

Pegah is an experimental physicist with experience in fabrication and electrical characterization of organic optoelectronic devices as well as photo-physical characterization and cryogenic measurements in organic light emitting materials and devices. She will explore new architectures and will use advanced fabrication techniques to develop novel electronic devices such as flexible solar cell, quantum dot LEDs, NIR photodetectors, light emitting transistors for more efficient sustainable energy, environmental biosensors and security labeling.