Some of my work as a PhD student:
- My PhD thesis
- My paper on the dispersive detection of charge transport in a galvanically isolated superconducting double dot device.
- Three published papers on superconducting double dot devices which I have co-authored:
- Lambert et al. “Experimental observation of the breaking and recombination of single Cooper pairs,” Physical Review B (2014).
- Lambert et al. “Quantum capacitance and charge sensing of a superconducting double dot,” Applied Physics Letters (2016).
- Lambert et al. “Microwave irradiation and quasiparticles in a superconducting double dot,” Physical Review B (2017).
Some of my work as an undergraduate student:
- My report from my final year project at the Semiconductor Physics Group, Cavendish Laboratory. This involved measuring the statistical variations in large (56) numbers of quantum devices at low temperatures. This work has since scaled up into much larger arrays of 256 quantum devices.
- My report from my summer internship at Prof. John Morton’s Quantum Spin Dynamics group, University of Oxford (now at UCL). It involved designing a system that detects shifts in the resonant frequency of an electron spin resonance experiment due to field drifts, and actively corrects for it in a feedback loop.
- A research review into the use of magnetic particles in drug delivery.
- An article on how Magnetic Resonance Imaging works, for the A-level magazine “Physics Review”.
- An article discussing the research into the link between aggression in teenagers and violent video games, for The Science in Society Review, University of Cambridge. It was so good* that I ended up becoming the Managing Editor of the journal.
*Might be an exaggeration