Sebastian is an Associate Professor of Materials Science, a Tutorial Fellow at St Anne's College and a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow in the Oxford Materials Department, leading the Electronic and Interface Materials Laboratory. For his full bio please follow link to his group website. The overarching aims of his research are to understand the interfaces between electronic materials, to develop new processing for advanced nanolayer materials, and to apply them to new and improved electronic, optical, electrochemical, and quantum devices. Applied interface materials are crucial to the operation of all electron devices. As sizes shrink, charge transport primarily occurs at materials interfaces, and the interface properties become the limiting factor governing device operation. He focuses on the transport of electronic and ionic charges at and across interfaces, which are fundamental to the operation of most devices, from solar cells to transistors and solid-state qubits. There is a whole new area of science and engineering based on advanced interface materials for applied optoelectronic and energy devices being explored in Sebastian's lab.