Poster prize for Penny Hyde

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DPhil student Penny Hyde presented with her poster prize by Tomas Wagner, organiser of 18th ECSSC 2023

Poster Prize for Penny Hyde

Congratulations to Penny Hyde who recently won a poster prize at the 18th European Conference in Solid State Chemistry (ECSSC).

The main focuses of the ECSSC are a combination of chemistry, physics, crystallography and engineering that aims at the synthesis, design and evolution of solid functional materials with extended structures and interesting chemical or physical properties.

Penny is a final year DPhil student in the Clarke group in Inorganic Chemistry whose work was judged against 56 other posters.

Penny presented her recent work on 'Lithium intercalation into the excitonic insulator candidate Ta2NiSe5', which has been recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Inorganic Chemistry and can be found using the DOI 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.3c01510