Dr Tawfique Hasan

University Lecturer at Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

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University Lecturer, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

Dr Tawfique Hasan is a University Lecturer in Electronic Materials and Devices at the Cambridge Graphene Centre, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge. Dr Hasan is also the Deputy Director for Teaching and Training of the EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Graphene Technology. He gained his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge. During his PhD, he worked on carbon nanotube solutions for ultrafast optical pulse generation. Prior to his PhD, he obtained an MEng. in Microelectronics from University of New South Wales, Australia and a BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh.

Dr Hasan has held several research positions in the University since his PhD, including a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship to work on graphene based flexible and printable devices. This led to the foundation of Cambridge Graphene Limited, where he is a co-founder and director.

His current research focuses on formulation of functional 1- and 2-dimensional nanomaterial inks for a wide range of printable and flexible applications including ultrafast lasers, printable and flexible (opto)electronic and energy devices such as dye sensitized solar cells, supercapacitors and batteries. He has over 45 articles with >4000 citations and an h-index of 24.

Dr Hasan is a Title A Fellow of Churchill College.