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Maddison Coke is currently a Senior Technical Specialist at the University of Manchester.


After obtaining an MSci in Chemistry from Imperial College, moved to the LCN @ UCL to do a PhD with Prof Paul Warburton in the electronic properties of zinc oxide and related materials grown by molecular-beam epitaxy. After successfully obtaining her PhD she then went to work as an Experimental Officer at the National Graphene Institute @ University of Manchester, focusing on plasma deposition and etching in their state of the art cleanrooms. From here she moved to the Photon Science Institute to work as a senior technical specialist with Prof Rich Curry on the Platform for nanoscale advanced materials engineering with a focus on atomic scale manipulation and detection for applications ranging from Quantum computing to topological insulators.

Areas of expertise

  • QC Physics

Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms

  • Photon Science Institute
  • Advanced materials


  • Quantum
  • Advanced Materials
  • Nanomaterials
  • Doping
  • Focused Ion Beam (FIB), Electron Microscopes (EMs), Materials Characterisation, FIB/EM technical development


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    Coke, M. & Mckenzie, B. E.

    Project: Research

  • PNAME system

    Maddison Coke (Senior Technical Specialist), Mason Adshead (Operator), Richard Curry (Academic lead) & Ravi Acharya (Operator)

    Facility/equipment: Equipment