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Connor Sait

Postgraduate Researcher (Metamaterials CDT 2018)

 (Streatham) 5018

 01392 725018


Exeter University Physics Building G33

I'm a postgraduate researcher working within the XM2 Centre of Doctoral training at the University of Exeter. (Link to other XM2 postgraduates)
I am a member of the magnetic materials research group at Exeter (
My current work, performed under the supervision of Prof. Robert Hicken, Dr. Paul Keatley and Dr. Maciej Dabrowski, involves the application of magneto-optical techniques to the study of optical switching in ferromagnets.

Previously I was working with Prof. Janet Anders and Dr. Simon Horsley on the application of techniques from quantum thermodynamics and open quantum systems to the study of ferromagnetic theory and magnetic data storage.

I graduated with an MPhys from the University of Liverpool in 2017 (Article). My masters project involved the application of a quantum mechanical potential model to determine the charge transfer within the III-V semiconductor indium antimonide using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.

During my PhD I have taken part in the following events:
(Reverse chronological order)

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  • Sait C. (2023) Ultrafast Dynamics in Ferromagnetic and Synthetic Ferrimagnet Materials.


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