Dr Adam Parry
Product Development Scientist, Sci-Tron Limited.
With an MPhys Physics from the University of Manchester Adam went on to complete his PhD under the supervision of Prof. Michael Turner, working in the field of Organic Electronics. Here he specialised in device design, manufacture and characterisation. He has also spent many years working with 2D materials, in particular working on formulation for additive manufacture and sub-micron inkjet printing.
More recently Adam has had experience working at the interface between academia and industry working to set up R+D projects with industrial partners. This has included work with companies such as Sony Europe, BAE Systems, Hero Cycles (India’s largest bicycle company) and many SMEs working on materials characterisation in collaboration with the national Sir Henry Royce Institute and the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre.
Adam is a Product Development Scientist at Sci-Tron and working on characterisation and optimisation of Sci-Tron’s state of the art e-beam and photolithographic resists.
Previously, Adam has worked in a business development capacity implementing strategic and operational plans for the University of Manchester engagement with industry, including business plans and research proposals.
As a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the University of Manchester. Adam’s work focused on:
- Engineering van der Waals heterostructures: from atomic level layer-by-layer assembly to printable innovative devices EP/N010345/1 – Stephen Yeates, Kostya Novoselov
- Passively Powered Non-invasive Human Body Sensing on Bio-Degradable Conformal Substrates: EP/P02713X/1 – Stephen Yeates, Alex Casson, John Batchelor
- Formulating and Manufacturing Low Profile Integrated Batteries for Wireless Sensing Labels: EP/R02331X/1 – Stephen Yeates, Alex Casson
- Sustainable Digital Fabrication of Low Energy Passive Wireless Sensors: EP/L019728/1 – Stephen Yeates