Studying physics at the University of Nottingham, Adam specialises in medical physics and nanoscience. His final year research project focused on the fabrication and development of low-dimensional graphene and perovskite optoelectronic devices, for applications in photodetectors.
In addition to his final year research, Adam developed and implemented an EEG-based brain-computer interface, which could read and display real-time brain activity of a user and act accordingly depending on the user’s thoughts.
Before joining the firm, Adam has also studied organic chemistry and game theory at Korea University in Seoul, South Korea.
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