Dr Mark Rosamond

Dr Mark Rosamond


  • 2000-2004: MEng Electronic Engineering (First class) – University of Durham
  • 2004-2009: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – University of Durham – "Development and Testing of a Micro-machined Probe Card"
  • Oct. 2007 - May 2009: Research Associate – University of Durham – "Probe cards for organic electronic testing"
  • June 2009 - May 2012: Research Associate – University of Durham – "FIB machined, CNT tipped Thermal AFM for measurements of graphene"
  • June 2012 - Present: EBL Experimental officer – University of Leeds

Research interests

My research is in the fields of electron beam lithography and micro- and nano-fabrication. Our main E-beam tool is a 100kV JEOL JBX-6300FS. Our fabrication facilities include: ICP, RIE, Ion milling, CVD, ALD, evaporators, Sputter, photolithography, Wafer-bonder, etc.

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  • PhD

Research groups and institutes

  • Pollard Institute