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Upon completion of his PhD with Dr Steve Dunn and Prof Rob Dorey at Cranfield University, Dr Briscoe moved to Queen Mary University of London where he worked on the development of a new type of nanostructured piezoelectric energy harvesting device using ZnO nanorods, and the investigation of ferroelectric materials as novel photocatalysts for the production of fuels (solar fuels / artificial photosynthesis) and the degradation of pollutants.
Dr Briscoe's current research is focused on investigating a range of new materials, structures and material combinations for use in nanostructured, low-cost photovoltaics (PVs) and photocatalysis/photoelectrocatalysis(PEC). This includes earth-abundant and biomass-derived (renewable) materials, oxide-based devices, hybrid organic-inorganic lead-halide perovskites and dye-sensitised solar cells (DSSC). He has a particular focus on the use of polar (ferroelectric, piezoelectric) nanostructured materials in a range of energy harvesting devices, including PVs, PEC and piezoelectric energy harvesters (nanogenerators).