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Dr Kate Black

Lecturer in Additive Manufacturing Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Eng

    Biography

    Personal Statement

    Dr Kate Black gained her PhD in Material Science at the University of Liverpool in 2008. She then went on to join the University of Cambridge as a Research Associate in the Centre for Advance Photonic and Electronics, principally working on the development of novel materials for supercapacitors. In 2013 Kate became a Lecturer in the Centre for Materials and Structures at the University of Liverpool, School of Engineering. Kate’s research interests are primarily focused on the development of novel functional materials, using inkjet printing, for the manufacture of electronic and optoelectronic devices. Her main area of expertise is in the development of novel Reactive Organo-Metallic inks (ROM) which are particle-free and can be exploited to produce a wide a variety of functional materials, such as conductors, insulators and semiconductors.

    Personal Distinctions

    • Membership of the EPSRC Early Career Forum in Manufacturing Research (EPSRC 2014)

    Administrative Roles

    • Assesments officer for Mechanical Engineering
    • Chairman for Liverpool Women in Science and Engineering (LivWiSE)
    • Athena SWAN steering group for the School of Engineering

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