James E Green
James was born in London, England in 1985. He received the degrees of B.Eng, MSc and PhD in Electronic Engineering from the University of Sheffield, England in 2006, 2007 and 2012 respectively. His doctoral studies were with the Semiconductor Materials and Devices Group at Sheffield and concerned the development of novel instrumentation systems for characterisation of excess avalanche multiplication noise in silicon and 4H-Silicon Carbide and the determination of impact ionisation coefficients.
His principle interests are in the area of circuits, instrumentation, signal recovery and power electronic systems and devices specifically in new materials. Dr. Green is a lecturer at Sheffield University presently working on measurement systems design in several areas including,
- Optoelectroinc semiconductor characterisation.
- Medical instrumentation.
- Systems related to three dimensional spatially resolved transient magnetic field imaging in lead acid / ultra capacitor hybrid batteries.
- Instrumentation and drive design for the optimisation of SR machines.
- Microwave curing of composite materials.