Meg works on the Possible project within the Alkaline group. This project aims to produce a transportable strontium lattice clock for ultra-precise timing and long holdover. She joined as a postdoctoral researcher in January 2024 and her research interests include quantum technology and spintronics.
MPhys in Physics, University of Salford, United Kingdom, 2019.
PhD thesis submitted in Computer Science, Nano-Engineering and Spintronic Technologies group (NEST), University of Manchester, 2024.
M. Smith et al. Optimisation of perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction structures using scanning transmission electron microscopy. 2023 IEEE International Magnetic Conference - Short Papers (INTERMAG Short Papers).
Member of IOP and IEEE